John Case co-founded Evans Case, LLP (formerly Benson & Case, LLP) in 1998 and has tried civil cases for more than 40 years. He believes strongly in the civil justice system, where juries hold wrongdoers and insurance companies responsible for unlawful actions that harm innocent people.
His practice areas include serious injury, wrongful death, professional negligence and insurance bad faith.
John never gives up on a client’s pursuit of justice. He attributes success to belief in his client’s cause and meticulous preparation. Evans Case employs state-of-the-art courtroom technology to show the jury videotaped depositions of defendants admitting wrongdoing, and colorful exhibits that depict his clients’ story of injury and harm.
He calls widely respected medical experts to explain how a defendant’s recklessness devastated his client’s life. He has tried more than 100 jury trials in his career, winning approximately 75% of these.
Additionally, John volunteers at Regis Jesuit High School and at the Church of the Risen Christ, where he serves as a Eucharistic minister and, with his wife Judy, helps engaged couples prepare for marriage.
He and Judy are the proud parents of four children and five grandchildren. An avid hockey player as a youth, John still plays today with the Colorado Stars Old Boys team.
After completing Naval service, John earned his law degree in 1973 from University of Denver College of Law. In 1974 he began honing his trial skills in the old Arapahoe County Court House in Littleton, trying criminal and civil cases to juries. John’s favorite judge was the late William Naugle, about whom he shares this story.
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