Grant R. Fevurly’s practice is focused on representing homeowners and homeowner associations in construction defect and defective building products cases. His extensive experience in the courtroom uniquely positions him to help clients understand and successfully navigate an oftentimes complicated legal process.
Mr. Fevurly is a 2010 graduate of the University of Colorado School of Law and is admitted to practice before all Colorado courts. Prior to joining Burg Simpson, Mr. Fevurly served as a prosecutor in a Denver metro-area District Attorney’s Office where he tried more than 50 jury trials and accrued thousands of hours in the courtroom. As an attorney, Mr. Fevurly prides himself on analyzing complex issues and crafting successful litigation strategies.
A Colorado native, Mr. Fevurly enjoys spending his free time with his wife, Megan, and their rambunctious dog, Coach.
Order of the Coif
Associate Editor, University of Colorado Law Review
Phi Beta Kappa Society
J.D., 2010, University of Colorado School of Law
B.A. in Political Science with a minor in Economics, with distinction, 2006, University of Colorado at Boulder
Colorado Bar Association
Arapahoe County Bar Association
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