Matt R. Walker has practiced law in Colorado since 2005. He was first admitted to practice law in Mississippi in 2000. Over that nineteen year time span, Matt has always been a trial attorney in three high conflict areas—personal injury, criminal defense and family law. For the last eight years, he has specialized almost entirely in catastrophic personal injury cases. Matt is one of the most experienced personal injury trial lawyers in Colorado today. In addition to achieving multiple six figure verdicts in the last several years for clients victimized by the negligence of others, Matt was also one of Colorado’s most successful insurance defense attorneys for several years prior to his switch to representing Plaintiffs in 2011.
Matt lives with his wife, kids and pets in wonderful Westminster, CO. When not working hard in the practice of law, Matt enjoys spending time with his family. He loves playing pinball and driving his fifty year old GMC farm truck to and from the office (and an occasional deposition). Matt’s clients enjoy his willingness to spend time with them and respond to their questions directly whether by a quick text, phone call or email. Matt joined the Reisch Law Firm LLC in September 2019 and is here if you need legal representation for your personal injury claim.
J.D.-Mississippi College School of Law (2000)
M.A.-Clemson University (1991), Major: English
B.A.-Clemson University (1989), Major: Political Science
Summary of personal injury attorney qualifications: Twenty three personal injury trials tried to verdict from 2008-present in eight different Colorado judicial districts representing injured persons and representing insurance companies; attended over four thousand hours of personal injury civil litigation events including jury trials, bench trials, status conferences, discovery dispute conferences, pre-trial hearings, trial readiness hearings, motions hearings, post judgment motions, depositions, and mediations from 2008-present. Copies of twenty three official verdict reporters available upon request.