4828 S College AveFort Collins, Colorado 80525
Attorney Tom Metier followed his calling when he created his law firm, Metier Law Firm. He has always had a heart for the underdog, even as a child when he witnessed bullying in school. He experienced helplessness first hand, himself, after a serious motorcycle accident when he was in college, and this propelled him strive to always work to protect others who were fighting to stay strong against all odds. Today, he remains devoted to help right the wrongs that have caused serious injury to working individuals, affecting their families and their lives.
Tom was very deliberate in how he designed Metier Law Firm. It is important to him for it to remain completely devoted to litigation, and he only hires the best quality injury lawyers that share his passion to help people facing hardship from a catastrophic injury. Now his national practice consists of a diverse range that includes traumatic brain injuries, spinal cord injuries, trucking accidents and motor vehicle accidents.
Tom is the senior managing member of Metier Law Firm, LLC.
Tom graduated cum laude from Coe College and received his doctor of jurisprudence from the University of Iowa.
He is licensed to practice in Colorado, Wyoming, the U.S. District Court–District of Colorado, the U.S. District Court–District of Wyoming, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals and the U.S. Supreme Court
- In this AskTheLawyers.com™ Facebook Live interview, attorney Tom Metier was interviewed about the search warrant issued for President Donald Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen. Metier explained that this was extremely unprecedented. He answered commonly asked questions about attorney-client privilege regarding this search. He also addressed the following questions: Has a […]If every driver is supposed to have car insurance, then you are always covered if someone hits you, right? Unfortunately, that isn’t true. In this video, Colorado injury lawyer Tom Metier explains how UIM (Underinsured Motorist Coverage) can help protect you. I want to talk to you today about uninsured […]