Christopher W. Jeffress has been practicing law since 1991 when he began his career as a lawyer in a large firm in Chicago, Illinois. He primarily represented insurance companies and large corporations defending against personal injury claims.
He soon realized that it was the victims of other’s negligence who needed his representation. He moved to Colorado and focused his practice on the representation of people injured as a result of another’s wrongful conduct.
Since 1994, Mr. Jeffress has limited his practice to representing individuals and helping them fight insurance companies.
Mr. Jeffress has represented many individuals harmed as a result of drunk driving. He takes great pride in his ability to obtain compensation and restitution for those injured as a result of drunk- driving conduct.
Mr. Jeffress also has represented those injured as a result of defective products. While a lawyer at the Denver firm, Bragg & Baker, P.C., he represented people seriously injured from taking the diet drugs fen-phen. He also has represented people injured from defectively-designed vehicles in roll-over cases and those injured by defective medical devices.
In Mr. Jeffress’ personal life, he is a loving family man and enjoys living in colorful, active Colorado. He is an avid snowboarder and motorcyclist. He also loves to ride bicycles, run, hike, and spend time with his wife. He is a member of the Colorado Bar Association, Boulder County Bar Association, and Colorado Trial Lawyers Association.
Mr. Jeffress also gives back to his community. For 12 years, he volunteered for youth in his community, including coaching basketball, football, soccer and other youth sports. Jeffress Law also contributes to Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) and other important community organizations and charities on a regular basis.
Mr. Jeffress has the experience to successfully handle your case from its initial stages through trial. In 1992, he represented the family of a victim killed at a mental health institution in a civil rights lawsuit. Along with other lawyers at his firm, he took that case to trial in federal district court. After a five-week trial, the jury returned a verdict of $2.75 million.
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