By selecting and reviewing only two types of cases, it allows us to handle a smaller caseload ensuring that we get to address all of your questions and concerns. Also, it allows us to properly prepare for the best possible outcome for your case. We are happy to hear from you and it would be great honor for us to discuss your case and see how we can serve you. There is no charge to talk to us.
About Monk Law Office
On guard of the rights and justice since 1983
Monk Law Office is respected for our integrity and preparedness in the courts of Colorado. We are effective negotiators and know how to prove your damages at mediation and to a jury. Call us for a free consultation. We look forward to discussing your problems and answering your questions. Our practice is intentionally limited to just two types of cases, Personal Injury and Bankruptcy. We Offer these two specific legal services because it is what we do Best!
Serving since 1983.
For over three decades Monk Law Office has been assisting our clients through some of the hardest times of their life. Our practice purposely focuses on just two aspects of the law. By narrowing our caseload to Personal Injury Cases and Bankruptcy, it allows us to spend the necessary time and attention our clients need and deserve. Ultimately utilizing our in time to addressing our clients’ legal problems and determining the best solutions.
Quality of service.
At Monk Law, you’ll always have a lawyer available along with a seasoned staff. Being in this Industry we know and see how frustrating it can be when working with some of the larger firms. There are quite a few clients who come to us once after realizing there is a distinct difference in working with our firm and how down to earth we are. Versus other law firms clients who wonder if they even have an attorney working for them. Specializing in these two areas of law grants us more one on one time with our clients.
Making time for you is our Priority!
The MLO Team
Our seasoned staff and Attorney prides ourselves in Serving our Clients a crossed Northern Colorado.