Beth is a board certified attorney based upon trial experience, references by judges and lawyers, and a rigorous testing and background check process. In addition to pursuing justice on behalf of the wrongfully injured, she also takes a great interest in community involvement, including efforts toward putting an end to human trafficking.
As a Boulder personal injury lawyer, Beth Klein is dedicated to providing high-quality legal representation to injured individuals. She handles a wide range of cases such as personal injury litigation, wrongful death, product liability, and premises liability. She has an AV Preeminent® Rating by Martindale-Hubbell® and has been honored with inclusion on theSuper Lawyers® list, which demonstrates her legal prowess and outstanding track record. In fact, she was the first woman to grace the cover of Super Lawyers® Magazine.
A Colorado native, Attorney Beth Klein is a Board Certified Trial Lawyer in Colorado and she is among the Top 100 Lawyers in the state. Her expert trial skills have led to countless courtroom triumphs at the state and federal levels. She has recovered millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements for our clients, which has earned her inclusion into the prestigious Million Dollar Advocates Forum®. While studying law at the University of Denver, she was the editor of the Denver Law Review.
Due to her extensive legal knowledge, Attorney Beth Klein is regularly sought for lectures and to teach other lawyers how to be more effective. She has also been awarded many awards such as the Women Who Changed the Heart of the City Award, the Georgia Imhoff Philanthropy Award, and the 21 Leaders Award from Womens E News for her work against human trafficking. If you need well-versed legal representation for a personal injury matter, she can review the specific details of your case during a complimentary case review.
Dawson v. Fluor — $18 Million Verdict arising out of a serious burn injury in Baghdad, Iraq in 2007 during the "Surge."
American Cemwood Class Action - Colorado — $15 Million products liability defective roofing settlement. The class pain in full and ahead of schedule to all homeowners in the State of Colorado.
Smith v. Planned Parenthood of Colorado — The purpose of the case was to ensure that minors are provided with proper care and education when seeking services. The case settled confidentially.