Colorado injury lawyer Patrick DiBenedetto’s legal practice is rooted in a dedication to individuals that have been injured by negligent or intentional actions. In fact, this is why he is so good at what he does, and also why he is Managing Partner at Metier Law Firm, LLC. If you have a difficult case, you can believe that he is exactly who you want on your side. Patrick enjoys a good challenge and he is particularly interested in helping those with complex cases, especially if they involve the trucking industry.
Patrick meets and exceeds the criteria for the ideal attorney, and you can rely on him to provide you the best legal counsel and representation possible. His trial skills are on point, he knows all about accidental forensics, and he has no problem with public speaking. Patrick has received the highest honor rating of AV Preeminent from peers via Martindale Hubbell.
His path to law began after he graduated from Baylor University with a B.A. in finance and real estate. From that point, he continued his education and became a top graduate when he earned his Jurist Doctorate from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law. But he wasn’t done yet. Instead, he continued on to graduate from the renowned Trial Lawyers College in Dubois, Wyoming, a school that only accepts 55 applicants each year.
Now, alongside his successful experience as a Colorado injury lawyer, Patrick is a member of many professional associations, a local conservation organization, and author of various publications. Professional Associations and Memberships Colorado Trial Lawyers Association Board of Directors, member Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, member Wyoming Trial Lawyers Association, member American Trial Lawyers Association, member Colorado Bar Association, member Colorado Super Lawyer Rising Star Wyoming Bar Association, member Million Dollar Advocates Forum, member Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum, member Civic Organizations and Community Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Teaching and Publications Investigating Auto Crashes: What We Sometimes Forget, WTLA CLE, 2006 Motions for Summary Judgment, CTLA Convention, 2011 AV rated by Martindale Hubbell