As a litigator, Brad is well-known for his courtroom skills, having achieved a remarkable trial record. His energy and enthusiasm, combined with his ability to simplify even the most complex issues, make him a formidable adversary. His experience, reputation, and successes in the courtroom also provide considerable leverage in negotiating favorable settlements when the circumstances warrant.
A graduate of both the University of Tulsa's College of Business Administration and College of Law, Brad began his practice in 1990. Since then, he has practiced civil litigation, specializing in general commercial liability, premises liability, auto liability and insurance law. He is licensed to practice in all state and federal courts of Colorado and Oklahoma. Brad holds a Martindale-Hubbell AV rating, which is the highest possible peer review rating, and he has been elected to membership in the prestigious American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA).
Mr. Tucker joined the firm in 1995 and became a shareholder in 1998. Since 1990, Mr. Tucker's focus has been in personal and commercial liability litigation. During that time, he has achieved a remarkable trial record. Mr. Tucker also regularly gives presentations on legal issues relevant to his practice.
Juris Doctor May 1990. Honors: Honor Roll, American Jurisprudence. Award in Pretrial Practice.
Bachelor's of Science in Business Administration May 1987. Scholarships: Leslie Rogers Foundation, Fraternity Endowment.
Matt grew up in Denver and attended Columbia University and Colorado College, where he received his undergraduate degree in 1988. Matt has been with Tucker Holmes, P.C. since he graduated from the University of Denver College of Law in 1991. His civil and commercial litigation practice includes the defense of personal injury, premises liability, bad faith, commercial trucking, contractual disputes and product liability claims, as well as all aspects of insurance claims and coverage.
In addition to an exemplary trial record, Matt works hard to maintain a reputation among colleagues and clients as an attorney who is hard-working and well-prepared. He holds a Martindale-Hubbell AV rating, which is the highest peer review rating given to attorneys. Matt is licensed to practice in all state and federal courts of Colorado, New Mexico, and Wyoming.
Mr. Holmes became a shareholder in 2001. His insurance defense practice focuses on personal injury, commercial, and insurance claims. He also is active in providing evaluations and legal opinions regarding insurance coverage and defense obligations. Mr. Holmes regularly offers presentations to update his insurance clients on developments in Colorado, New Mexico, and Wyoming law. He enjoys his role as a mentor for those new attorneys joining the firm.
Juris Doctororate 1991.
Bachelor of Arts, International Political Economics. National Spanish Honor Society and National Honor Society of the Social Sciences. Intercollegiate Football, 1985-87. Colorado Small College All-Stars and Honorary Captain.
Kurt received his Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Westminster College, a nationally recognized liberal arts college in Salt Lake City, in 1989. He immediately entered the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law where he graduated with his Juris Doctor in 1992. While still a law student, Kurt began demonstrating his aptitude as a future trial lawyer in mock trial competitions and while interning at the Denver District Attorney’s and Arvada City Attorney’s offices. Under the Student Practices Act, Kurt was allowed to try traffic and misdemeanor cases while a third year law student and prior to taking the bar examination Kurt had already successfully tried over a dozen jury trials and a hundred bench trials.
After graduation came jobs as a Deputy District Attorney at the 1st Judicial District, District Attorney’s office and as a Senior Associate at another prominent insurance defense firm. While in both positions he quickly built what has become a prolific trial resume, notable for the sheer volume and diversity of trial experience, combined with an exceptionally high success rate. He’s also had more than his share of high profile cases covered by local and national media, including television and radio appearances and interviews. As a Senior Attorney here, Kurt specializes in all areas of insurance defense related litigation, commercial litigation and bad faith defense.
Cheri was born and raised in Miami, Florida. She earned her bachelor’s degree in Public Relations at the University of Florida where she was President of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority and a member of the leadership honorary, Florida Blue Key. Cheri earned her law degree at the University of Miami School of Law.
For over 20 years, Cheri has gathered extensive experience representing insurance companies in various first party claims, including homeowner property matters involving storm, water, blasting and theft. In that context, she has served as SIU counsel, and conducted numerous EUO’s on claims of suspected fraud. Additionally, she has substantial experience defending a wide variety of third party tort claims.
A significant portion of Cheri’s litigation experience has also involved a variety of construction defense litigation, including the defense of design professionals. Cheri began handling large-scale litigation of construction defects claims and property insurance claims following Hurricane Andrew, which struck South Florida in 1992, including class actions, opt-out claims and subrogation matters.
Through her vast experience with first-party claims, Cheri is particularly well-suited to handle ECL claims, including those under Colorado’s statutory scheme, as well as the traditional bad faith tort litigation. She is not only mindful of the potential fraud and excess involved in claims, but also of the insurer’s duties to its insured.
Justin is a Colorado native who graduated from J.K. Mullen High School and went on to attend The University of Colorado at Boulder. After graduating from CU he moved to the San Francisco Bay Area and attended law school at the University of San Francisco.
Thereafter, he spent a year with the United States Depart of Justice in the Antitrust Division. During his time with the Department of Justice, Justin worked on complex nationwide cases which were prosecuted in Federal Court. While working with the Department of Justice, Justin’s desire to be in the courtroom increased and he was hired by a prominent insurance defense firm in San Francisco. During that time, he successfully defended numerous cases through the discovery phase and trial, and also appeared before the California Court of Appeals.
In 2009 Justin felt that it was time to return to Colorado and after doing so, he joined a highly regarded insurance firm in the Denver area. In March of 2016 he joined Tucker Holmes, P.C. Justin’s practice focuses on representing insurance companies in first-party bad faith cases, insurance coverage issues, and defending insured parties in tort and contract matters. He has successfully tried cases to juries and in arbitration. He has also represented clients in the appellate process and has argued in front of the Colorado Court of Appeals.
Greg was raised outside of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He attended Fairfield University in Connecticut, where he was actively involved in student government and a member of the varsity crew team.
After graduating from Fairfield University, he moved to Chicago, Illinois, where he attended DePaul University’s College of Law. Upon graduation from DePaul, Greg handled complex litigation cases, including transportation and medical malpractice matters. In 2009, he moved outside of Detroit, Michigan with his wife, where he has worked for a major insurance company. During this time, he has tried multiple cases to jury verdict.
In 2017, Greg moved with his wife to Colorado. His practice focuses on civil litigation, including defending insured parties in tort matters, along with defending first-party bad faith cases. Greg is licensed in Colorado, Michigan, and Illinois, along with the Northern District of Illinois.
Mike grew up in Colorado and graduated from Highlands Ranch High School. He earned his bachelors degree from the University of Tulsa in Political Science in 2009 where he was a letter winner in football, winning a Conference Championship and multiple bowl games. Immediately after graduation, he enrolled at the University of Tulsa College of Law, and graduated in 2011.
After a short stint in the legal department with a chemical company, Mike joined Tucker Holmes in March, 2013. Since joining Tucker Holmes, Mike’s civil and commercial litigation practice has focused on the defense of personal injury, premises liability, and commercial trucking claims, along with all aspects of insurance claims and coverage, including trying multiple cases to jury verdict. Mike is licensed in all state and federal courts in Colorado, Wyoming, and New Mexico, and all State Courts in Montana.
Winslow moved to Colorado in 1992 from California. He graduated from the University of Northern Colorado in 2009 with a Bachelor of Arts in History. After taking some time to coach high school baseball, he attended the University of Denver College of Law, graduating in 2013. While in law school, he was a member of the University of Denver Water Law Review. After graduation, Winslow worked as in-house counsel for a title insurance company in Omaha, Nebraska. He joined Tucker Holmes in February, 2015.
Winslow’s practice focuses on representing insurance companies in first-party bad faith cases, defending public entities facing claims under Colorado’s Governmental Immunity Act, insurance coverage issues, and defending insured parties in contract and tort matters, including general commercial liability, premises liability, and auto liability. He has successfully tried cases to juries in federal and state courts, and in arbitration. He has also represented clients in the appellate process and has argued in front of the Colorado Court of Appeals and the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Robert graduated from the University of Wisconsin - Madison in 2006 with a BA in Journalism and Political Science. He moved to South Korea to teach English for a year shortly thereafter, and upon returning stateside he attended DePaul University College of Law. After graduating from DePaul magna cum laude in 2012, Rob worked at a boutique litigation firm in Chicago for five years and joined Tucker Holmes in 2018. Rob focuses his practice on commercial and insurance litigation matters, having successfully represented clients in federal and state courts across the country. He routinely drafts and argues dispositive motions, including the recent successful defense of a nearly 200-page motion for summary judgment.
On February 20, 2016, we lost our dear friend and colleague, Leigh Coyle Anderson, Esq., after a yearlong battle with breast cancer; a battle she relentlessly and courageously fought to the very end.
Leigh was the valedictorian of her high school in Wisconsin. She later received her law degree from the University of Tennessee. In 2006, she married the love of her life, Dr. Erik Anderson. Together, they brought two wonderful children into this world.
Leigh was an outstanding and well-respected lawyer in our community. While she possessed so many superlative qualities as a lawyer, she was many times over a better mother, wife, friend and person. As a representative of her clients and this law firm, she exemplified integrity, skill, dedication and grace at all times. She routinely and proactively demonstrated her love, respect and empathy for friend and stranger alike, whether it be in her volunteer work at her children’s school and for the less fortunate in our society, rallying her fellow breast cancer comrades, advocating various quality of life improvements at local law firms or just by being Leigh. For all her excellence in these myriad ways, she was first and foremost an amazing and fully devoted mother and wife. Fortunately for all, her spirit lives on in her children.
Leigh will always be in our hearts, and the hearts of all who were fortunate to know her. A finer person, we shall not know.