Ms. Wilson’s driving factor is seeking justice for victims. As a plaintiff’s personal injury attorney in Denver, she continues to fight for the victims of catastrophic injuries to get them the justice they deserve.
Ms. Wilson attended Baruch College in New York City for her undergraduate education. After graduating, she worked as a litigation paralegal at a large plaintiff’s asbestos law firm in NYC. There, Ms. Wilson assisted in the winning of multiple trial verdicts totaling in excess of $31 million. Ms. Wilson then moved to Colorado for law school at Denver University Sturm College of Law. In law school, Ms. Wilson was consistently recognized as a “Best Advocate” in competitions and practiced as a student attorney in the Sturm College of Law Civil Litigation Clinic. She graduated early with a concentration in Advocacy.
Prior to graduating law school, Ms. Wilson accepted a job as a Deputy District Attorney at the Jefferson County District Attorney’s Office where she worked as a Deputy District Attorney. During this time, Ms. Wilson prosecuted cases ranging from traffic cases, driving under the Influence cases, to child abuse cases, domestic violence assaults, and hate crimes. She went to trial often and strived to hold those who had broken the law accountable.
In civil plaintiff’s personal injury practice, Ms. Wilson specializes in motor vehicle accidents, trucking accidents, premises liability, dog bites, and bad faith cases resulting in catastrophic injuries to plaintiffs. She has obtained many six figure settlements and assisted in obtaining multiple seven+ figure settlements for her clients. She has participated in multiple civil trials.
In total, Ms. Wilson has tried over 30 jury trials. She is a trial-proven advocate for her clients.