This past week, Natalie Gray of Dormer, Harpring, & Gray, completed the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association “Boot Camp.” Boot Camp is a course designed to train new trial lawyers in how to represent their individual clients against corporations, institutions, and the government. Sean Dormer completed the course in 2015, and K.C. Harpring completed the course in 2016.
During the course, Ms. Gray had the opportunity to learn advanced techniques from well-known and respected trial attorneys across Colorado. These techniques covered topics including litigation strategies, how to locate insurance coverages available to defendants and plaintiffs, depositions of corporations and individual defendants, case analysis, picking good juries, opening statements, closing arguments, motions in limine, case themes, and more.
The course consisted of one 3-hour session per week for 12 weeks. Despite having already obtained a million-dollar verdict for one of our clients, Ms. Gray and the personal injury attorneys at Dormer, Harpring, & Gray always take time to continue their training to become the best trial lawyers for their clients that they can be.
Congratulations to our attorney Natalie A. Gray for recently being recognized as one of 2017’s Top 10 Under 40 in Denver for Personal Injury! Consideration for this peer-nominated award includes client reviews and trial outcomes, among other factors. We are proud to have partners consistently being recognized for their hard work and commitment to our client’s overall recovery.
Kate v. Dillon Companies, Inc., d.b.a. King Soopers, Inc., Boulder County District Court Case No.2016CV30085
Following a 5-day trial in Boulder, Colorado, Dormer, Harpring & Gray obtained a jury verdict for our client in a difficult slip-and-fall claim against King Soopers (the Kroger Company).
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Colorado law requires drivers to carry a minimum amount of auto insurance coverage. In general, drivers are supposed to carry proof of this coverage with them and produce it during traffic stops or when registering their vehicles. They are also required to show proof of their auto insurance coverage if or when they are involved in a car accident.
We’ve put the following guide together to help Colorado drivers understand the insurance coverage that might apply to a car accident. While we hope this is helpful, please keep in mind that it isn’t specific to your situation and doesn’t create an attorney-client relationship between with our firm. Continue reading Colorado Auto Insurance Coverage: The Mininum Coverage, Additional Coverage Options, Important Considerations, and Recovery Options