Alan Jimenez, a Colorado native and attorney in Colorado for 28 years has represented plaintiffs in a large variety of personal injury cases including automobile crash, wrongful death, bicycle, motorcycle, truck, premises, negligent security, pedestrian, bar liability, construction, recreational accidents and many other types of negligence cases including people harmed by breach of contract.
Alan has dedicated his entire career to representing injured people against big insurance companies. His litigation practice has involved numerous jury trials before most jurisdictions in the state. Alan’s background includes private practice, university teaching and private judging.
After graduating from the University of Denver with a Science Area degree, pre-medicine and business emphasis, Alan attended law school at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and graduated in 1987. While still in law school Alan clerked for a prominent personal injury attorney and interned for a Denver District Court Judge.
Alan started his own practice right after he became licensed in 1988 and conducted his first personal injury trial just a few months later and was victorious over a highly experienced insurance defense lawyer. Since then, Alan has battled most of Colorado’s largest national insurance defense law firms winning the vast majority of cases.
A proud practice accomplishment includes winning a wrongful death trial on behalf of an immigrant family who lost their son when he was waiting to cross a street. The insurance company did not offer any settlement money before trial. Alan is also proud of having helped thousands of injured Colorado accident victims get medical care and well deserved settlement money.
Alan continues helping those most in need of his skills by applying legal expertise to win cases for the underdog. Alan believes the sick, injured, elderly and young need his help the most to make sure they are not taken advantage of by corporate greed and other self-interest. Alan is a member of the Colorado Bar Association, Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, American Association for Justice and the Hispanic Bar Association.
Alan enjoys working with students while judging law student moot court competitions, and volunteering with undergraduate career counseling and alumni events. Alan works on various community volunteer projects and has enjoyed participating in philanthropy events. When not working he enjoys travel, learning, theatre, film, mountain biking and family time with his wife and two sons.