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Our Results

  • $4.46 Million

    Will Contest

    In the Matter of the Estate of Mark M. King, Colorado Court of Appeals Case 2018CA541

    We represented the personal representative of Mark M. King’s estate in a lawsuit filed by Mr. King’s second wife. After Mr. King and his second wife had been married for less than ten months, he died, and she received $4,462,806.00 from a life insurance policy, Mr. King’s retirement plan, and joint bank accounts. Even though she had just become a millionaire and had only been married to Mr. King for a short time, the second wife claimed that she, not Mr. King’s children, was entitled to the majority of the assets in Mr. King’s estate. After trial, the judge denied the second wife’s claim, and she appealed. In a precedent-setting case, the Colorado Court of Appeals agreed with our client that the second wife was not entitled to receive any additional assets.

  • $4.35 Million

    Product Liability

    Product liability case involving a roll-over of a small motorized vehicle.

    (Jeffrey A. Springer, Matthew M. Holycross)

  • $900,000

    Personal Injury

    Wrongful Death – Obtained nearly one million dollars for a family who tragically lost their loved one in a work-related accident.

    (Jeffrey A. Springer, Matthew M. Holycross)

  • $800,000

    Personal Injury

    Explosion/Fire – Obtained a large recovery for a severely burned worker.

    (Jeffrey A. Springer, Matthew M. Holycross)

  • Acquitted at Trial

    Criminal Defense

    Unlawful Sexual Contact

  • Not Guilty

    Criminal Defense

    DUI-Marijuana – Successful jury verdict, blood test over 6 times the legal limit.

    (Stephen M. Burnstein)

  • Dismissed Mid Trial

    Criminal Defense

    Careless Driving Causing Injury

  • $600,000

    Car Accident

    Motor Vehicle Accident – Obtained $600,000 for a seriously injured family.

    (Jeffrey A. Springer, Matthew M. Holycross)

  • $500,000

    Car Accident

    Jeff Springer obtained a $500,000 recovery for his client after suffering severe injuries after being struck by a car while riding a bicycle.
  • $300,000

    Personal Injury

    Civil Assault and Battery – Obtained recovery for a child who was injured during an incident on a school bus.
  • $120,000

    Personal Injury

    Nursing Home Fall – Matt obtained a recovery for a client after suffering significant injury after a fall in a nursing home.

    (Matthew M. Holycross)

  • Won Appeal

    Professional License

    DORA Case – Successfully argued before the Colorado Court of Appeals, that a Colorado state agency abused its discretion by revoking our client’s professional license.

    (Jason C. Astle)

  • Dismissed

    Sexual Harassment

    Heather Price v. Bavaria Inn Restaurant, Inc. d/b/a Shotgun Willie’s, United States District Court for the District of Colorado Case 1:17-cv-03000-PAB-NYW

    We represented an entertainment business in a lawsuit filed by the business’ former employee. The former employee claimed that after complaining that another employee had sexually harassed her she was retaliated against by being fired. The judge dismissed the former employee’s Federal Civil Rights Act claim after we persuaded the Court that she was terminated for reasons unrelated to her sexual harassment complaint.

  • Temporary Full Control

    Business Litigation

    Business Dispute – Obtained an injunction against a 50% partner in a limited liability company who was taking business opportunities for himself. The injunction put our client in control of the business while the issues were settled favorably for our client.

    (Jason C. Astle)

  • Charges Dismissed

    Business Litigation

    Paternique Abraham v. Haroon Ihsan Sulehria, Autos In Motion, LLC, H&I Auto Sales, LLC, and H&I Auto Sales, LLC Case 2019CV131

    Motion Won – Successfully argued before the District Court of Arapahoe County, Colorado, that all but one of the claims should be dismissed.

    (Matthew M. Holycross)

  • Charges Dismissed

    Criminal Defense

    People v. Noe Gamez-Ruiz, Colorado Court of Appeals Case 2019CA396

    Noe Gamez-Ruiz was charged with Criminally Negligent Homicide, Careless Driving Causing Death and Failure to Yield the Right-of-way to Stationary Emergency Vehicle after the semi-tractor-trailer he was driving on I-25 struck and killed Colorado State Trooper Cody Donohue. We represented Noe in two trials that ended in mistrials because the prosecution failed to disclose exculpatory evidence. To sanction the prosecution, the judge dismissed the Criminally Negligent Homicide charge. The prosecution appealed. On appeal, the Colorado Court of Appeals agreed with our argument that the judge properly dismissed the Criminally Negligent Homicide charge as a sanction for the prosecution’s discovery violations.

  • Won Appeal

    Family Law

    Marriage Dissolution – Successfully argued before the Colorado Court of Appeals, that the property division between our client and her husband needed to be reversed.

    (Jonathan L. Stein, Jeffrey A. Springer, Craig L. Pankratz)

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