Attorney Sean Leventhal has years of experience in various types of personal injury matters, including medical malpractice, birth injuries, civil rights, auto accidents, ski accidents, premises liability, and wrongful death. Sean has litigated catastrophic injury cases in Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Montana, and Nebraska. Sean has helped obtain numerous multi-million dollar settlements and verdicts for his clients.
Recently, Sean was selected by the National Trial Lawyers for inclusion in the Top 40 Under 40 Association. Membership into the Top 40 Under 40 is by invitation only and is extended exclusively to those individuals who exemplify superior qualifications, results, and leadership as a young trial lawyer.
Sean graduated from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law and was admitted into the Order of St. Ives, an honorary distinction for graduating in the top 10% of his law school class. During law school, Sean was on the Articles Review Board for the Transportation Law Journal, and served indigent clients in the Criminal Law Clinic.
Prior to becoming a lawyer, Sean was a commercial airline captain at a commuter airline. Sean also started and managed a program within the airline’s Safety Department that encouraged voluntary reporting of safety issues and events. As part of the program, Sean worked with airline management, the union, and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in order to prevent safety issues and events in the future. Sean is an FAA Certified Flight Instructor and currently teaches flying at Aspen Flying Club at Centennial Airport.
Sean has lived in Colorado his entire life. He enjoys skiing, hiking, and spending time with his wife and two young daughters.
Sean is a member of the following associations:
- Colorado Trial Lawyers Association
- American Association for Justice
- Lawyer Pilots Bar Association
- Colorado Bar Association
- American Bar Association
Sean is admitted to practice law in all Colorado state courts, the United States District Court for the District of Colorado, and the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.