Chip Monk – counselor
I work hard for our clients. My intention is to obtain the best result in all respects during a trying time for you and your family. It is the singular focus. When you first speak to us, we spend all the time you want discussing various directions your case may go. There is no bravado or pressure here. Your choice to hire us is based primarily on how comfortable you are following our conversation.
We know the importance of explaining your options, being available, and keeping in regular contact about what is going on. Our team gets to know you well and is responsive to the many questions you will have over the course of the case. We remember that we work for you. If you wish, we are glad to provide a lengthy list of our friends and clients you may speak to concerning their satisfaction with our work.
Over the last 36 years, we have helped people in great distress throughout Colorado. We have appeared in many of the Colorado state district courts, the U.S District Court, District of Colorado, and the U.S Bankruptcy Court, District of Colorado.
A large number of injury cases settle short of trial. Mediation and arbitration are two roads to resolving a claim, and we have been successful in realizing a large number of significant settlements before numerous private mediators in the state.
Call any time. I look forward to speaking to you.
BA – psychology The University of Texas 1974
Master’s – psychology West Texas State University 1977
Juris Doctorate Texas Tech University 1982
Admitted to practice:
The Supreme Court of the State of Texas
Supreme Court State of Colorado
United States District Court District of Colorado
Supreme Court of the United States of America
U.S. Federal Bankruptcy Court