High Coverage Cases
2017 Las Vegas Shooting – Phil Harding was one of the attorneys for the Plaintiffs in the Aurora theater shooting. Click here to read about the NY Times quoting Phil Harding on the Las Vegas Shooting and it’s civil liability standards.Wrongful death action against defendant who was sentenced to life in prison plus 352 years
Denver Post Coverage
Channel 7 Coverage
Neyers & Johnson v. Warehouse Liquor Mart, 2004 Harding & Associates attorney Phil Harding provided legal representation for the parents of one of the victims in this case; one of the most televised Colorado cases when this verdict came out. In this case, Mr. Harding prosecuted a local liquor store that knowingly sold liquor to an Englewood high school student, who was later involved in a fatal car accident.
Click here to read the coverage of the Neyers & Johnson v. Warehouse Liquor Mart case in the Denver Post
Click here to read the coverage of the Neyers & Johnson v. Warehouse Liquor Mart case in the Rocky Mountain News
Medina v. State of Colorado, 1996 Harding & Associates lawyers also represented one of the victims in a 1996 suit in which a 600 lb. boulder crashed down on a People’s Choice tour bus while it was taking passengers to a gambling trip in the mountains. This highly publicized case helped reinforce standards for highway safety throughout Colorado.
Click here to read the coverage of the case Medina v. State of Colorado in the Denver Post
Click here to read the coverage of the Medina v. State of Colorado in the Rocky Mountain News
These are “published opinions” which Harding and Associates have had the privilege of presenting at the trial court, Colorado Court of Appeals and Colorado Supreme Court. Published Opinions are cases that the Courts decide are important enough to have placed in legal books so that other attorneys and presenters of the law can refer to the decisions made in these cases.
Medina v. State of Colorado, et al (Supreme Court) – 600 pound boulder collides with bus
Medina v. State of Colorado, et al (Court of Appeals) – 600 pound boulder collides with bus
Haynes v. City of Gunnison – 42 U.S.C. 1983 – Excessive Force – See 214 F.Supp.2d 1119
Witt v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance – Suit against insurance to recover costs, interests and fees in arbitration – See 942 P.2d 1326
Thurman v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance – Suit against insurance to recover costs, interests and fees in arbitration – See 942 P.2d 1327
Porter v. Castle Rock Ford Lincoln Mercury – Employee suit for wrongful withholding of wages – See 895 P.2d 1146
In re Marriage of Green – Domestic relations case involving property division and retirement income – See 169 P.3d 202
Bryant v. City of Lafayette – Suit involving the Governmental Immunity Act and required notice to government after injured party knows or should have known of injury – See 946 P.2d 499
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