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Meet Attorney Gabriel Schwartz
For over a decade, Gabriel N. Schwartz, Esquire has fought for car accident victims and people facing criminal charges throughout Colorado. Whether it is in my office in the Vail Valley or in my Denver office I am very effective in aggressively handling your case and I truly care about making a difference in my clients’ lives.
It shows in my assistance in creating the Medina Alert system in Denver. This alert helps police share information with the public regarding hit and run car accidents.
I have a reputation for aggressively representing my clients and getting positive results for them, whether it be for personal injury, auto-accident, slip and fall, criminal defense or some other matter. I have the experience, relationships and legal know how to successfully represent you in your time of need.
Mr. Schwartz enjoys the Colorado outdoors by hiking with his dogs, skiing/snowboarding, tennis and auto-sports. Call today for the representation you deserve!
We are proud that our former client, Daniel Velasquez, is still paying it forward and helping other child victims of auto accidents even years after his auto accident in 2011. Please, donate!
Update: Daniel has collected over 700 teddy bears for children who have been traumatized by tragedy or crimes. Read the full story on 9News.com.