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Burg Simpson Joins the Community to Assist the Victims of the Boulder County Fires
Burg Simpson recently joined other local businesses by contributing funds to assist the victims who lost their homes in the Boulder County fires. Under the banner of “Boulder County Wildfire Crisis Relief," Fox News TV focused on an all-day, outreach to the local community to raise money to assist the nearly 1,000 families whose homes were destroyed by the fire. Click on the link below to watch the special live segments with local business partners like Burg Simpson who are providing funds to help their neighbors in need.

If You Want a Great Outcome,
You Prepare for Trial
We are often asked – What is the value of my lawsuit? What are the risks? The answers to those questions depend on a number of factors, including, is your opponent willing to take you to trial? If so, does your opponent fear you at trial? Are there factors driving your opponent to settle short of trial? And if the case goes to trial, what a jury would award you if your case actually went all the way? The only proven way to achieve successful results is to hire a trial team who has the track record and the experience to win your case.

Burg Simpson’s litigation attorneys will prepare your case for success at trial from the very first day of your representation. The vigilance of our firm’s litigation team means our cases are often won long before we proceed to trial. At Burg Simpson, our attorneys are trial-tested, and we are always trial-ready.

Burg Simpson Shareholder Seeks Justice for
Victim of Sexual Assault
Burg Simpson shareholder and trial lawyer Scott J. Eldredge is currently representing a victim in a civil lawsuit in Aspen, Colorado. The case has been filed against a former priest who stands accused of sexually assaulting a young boy. The victim, who is now 24 years old, was a 7-year-old altar boy in Aspen when the alleged abuse began in approximately 2004. The victim has accused the priest of assaulting him over 300 times over a 4 year period. The lawsuit, filed in Denver District Court, also accuses the priest of beating the boy on occasions when the child resisted the priest’s physical demands.

The priest has denied the claims made by the plaintiff in the complaint and is preparing to fight the allegations in court. The Aspen Police Department is currently conducting a criminal investigation into the plaintiff's assertions. The Catholic Archdiocese is waiting for the Aspen Police Department to complete the inquiry before undertaking its own internal investigation.

Mr. Eldredge characterized the allegations as “horrific”, and said, “It was a repeated episode of abuse, and we are looking forward to trial.”

About Shareholder Scott Eldredge
Burg Simpson trial lawyer Scott Eldredge has been practicing law continuously with the firm since his admission to the Colorado Bar in 1983. He maintains an active trial practice and appears regularly in state and federal courts throughout the country. An active member in the legal community, Mr. Eldredge is a long-time member of the Executive Committee and Board of Directors for the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association. He is also a longstanding member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), a national organization comprised of both plaintiff and defense attorneys dedicated to preserving trial by jury.
Burg Simpson Fighting for the
Victims of Terrorism
If you are a U.S. Veteran, an active duty service member, a family member of a Veteran, or a Contractor who was injured, disabled, or killed in the Iraq theater, you may have legal rights. Burg Simpson Preferred Shareholder David K. TeSelle is the practice group leader of the firm's Civil Litigation Department. He and his team of some of the best trial lawyers in the country are helping thousands of Vets and Gold Star families take legal action under the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act against the Islamic Republic of Iran, its Central Bank, the Islamic Republic Guard Corps (IRGC), and its agencies that illegally directed, supported, and financed Iran’s acts of terrorism in Iraq.

About Shareholder David K. TeSelle
Trial Lawyer David K. TeSelle has successfully tried numerous cases to jury verdicts in both state and federal court, as well as private arbitration. Mr. TeSelle was a lead counsel in 2019 on one of the largest personal injury jury verdicts in Arizona history ($58.5 million). He has also successfully battled the largest banks in the world including in litigation related to the 2008 economic collapse (the so-called “Big Short” cases) and regularly represents numerous plaintiffs in large class action and mass tort actions against corporate bad actors. Mr. TeSelle's focus is on complex trial litigation, and he has recovered hundreds of millions of dollars for his clients.
Testimonials From Our Clients
The award-winning trial lawyers at Burg Simpson have been fighting for our client's legal rights and holding negligent corporations and individuals accountable for their actions for over four decades. At Burg Simpson,
"Good Lawyers. Changing Lives®" is not just a slogan, it’s who we are.

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