Amy entered the legal profession while living in Madison, Wisconsin. She worked as a paralegal in the areas of intellectual property, commercial and energy litigation. After several years, she decided it was time to return to Colorado’s sunnier weather and joined a defense firm that focused on construction defects, personal injury claims, and insurance law.
Broad experience with construction defect claims from a defense and insurance perspective made Amy an immediate asset to the team at Hearn & Fleener. She supports the organization’s trial team and has many years of experience as a case manager. Since the firm primarily handles large, complex claims with multiple defendants, Amy’s ability to synthesize enormous projects is essential. She enjoys turning an unwieldy amount of data into useful and workable components for each case she is assigned.
Amy’s competence and calm demeanor are soft skills her colleagues and clients appreciate. She is accessible and thoughtful in her approach.
Outside of work Amy enjoys playing competitive skee-ball or hiking with her husband and their beagle, Huck.