Colorado Civil Litigation
Colorado Civil Trial Attorney
David Seserman of Seserman Law LLC understands that civil litigation can be a stressful experience, not only as a defendant but as a plaintiff as well. Having litigated hundreds civil actions over the past 30 years, David takes his job of guiding clients, through what can be an extended process, very seriously. His clients take comfort in knowing that they have a seasoned trial lawyer with them every step of the way.
Make Your Case
Every case is different and so is every case resolution as it will be a unique blend of the interests of the parties, the circumstances of the issue, and the law.
The stakes can be high in Colorado civil law cases; both economically and emotionally. While general monetary damages can potentially compensate a victim for economic losses, David is keenly aware of the emotion toll and opportunity cost associated with litigation. Thus, David vigorously pursues every case, from the first meeting with the client, through the trial and, if necessary, through the appeals process. He is also understands that, when it makes sense for his client, settlement can be an appropriate resolution.
David Seserman of Seserman Law LLC knows Colorado civil law well. He has earned a reputation as one of the finest civil trial lawyers in the Denver metro area as he provides excellent service to his clients and exceptional solutions to legal issues.
Full Service Denver Area Civil Trial Firm
As a Denver based civil law attorney, David represents plaintiffs and defendants. He has represented individuals, professionals, businesses, lawyers, and law firms in civil, commercial, and employment litigation matters.
Over the years, David Seserman’s civil law cases have included:
- Bet-the-Company Litigation
- Breach of Contract
- Commercial Litigation
- Business Law Disputes
- Intellectual Property and Trade Secrets
- Employment Law
- Employment and Employee Benefits Litigation
- Law Firm Partnership Dissolution
- Real Estate
- Insurance Coverage
- Taxation Issues
- Natural Resource Disputes
- Plaintiff Contingency Matters