Damages & Permanent Impairment (Oct. 7, 2010)

Date: 10/07/2010

Featuring: T. Thomas Metier

About Your Speaker

T. Thomas Metier has represented seriously injured adults and children throughout the U.S. for over 28 years. His national trial practice focuses on victims suffering from brain injuries, paralysis, serious burns, amputations, wrongful death, birth trauma and nursing home abuse and neglect.  Nationally known for innovative trial work, he continues to win multimilliondollar verdicts and settlements for victims of insurance bad faith, oil field accidents, products liability, mining accidents, medical negligence and vehicle accidents including trucking, motorcycle, automobile and bicycle.  A native of Iowa, Tom graduated Cum Laude from Coe College and received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Iowa. In 1981, he moved to Colorado and began fine-tuning his skills as a trial specialist and master storyteller. Today, he teaches trial skills at the Trial Lawyer’s College in Wyoming and at numerous speaking engagements across the country. He is often called upon by other trial attorneys to assist in the development and trial of their cases.