Burg Simpson Features: Shareholder Holly B. Kammerer

Burg Simpson Features: Shareholder Holly B. Kammerer

By Burg Simpson
October 5, 2020
2 min read

Burg Simpson shareholder and personal injury lawyer Holly Kammerer was recently interviewed by Law Week Colorado about the unique set of challenges presented to lawyers and law firms during the COVID-19 pandemic. Click here to review the article that appeared in Law Week Colorado.

About Holly B. Kammerer

Shareholder Holly Kammerer focuses her legal practice on personal injury, products liability, and commercial litigation. She has practiced law since 1992 and has significant experience in litigation and all trial-related aspects of personal injury cases and business disputes. Ms. Kammerer joined Burg Simpson in 1996 and has successfully tried numerous cases to a jury, and has multiple million-dollar verdicts and settlements including a $2.5 million and a $4.2 million jury verdict in personal injury cases in the U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado. In 2019, Holly Kammerer secured a $58.5 million dollar verdict in compensatory and punitive damage for families who had donated bodies of their deceased loved ones to the Biological Resource Center. She represented the victims of a fraudulent scheme to illegally sell human body parts of their loved one’s bodies that were supposed to be donated for scientific and medical education and research. The verdict is one of the largest civil case results in Arizona history.

Ms. Kammerer has been consistently recognized by her peers as a Super Lawyer, a Best Lawyer in America, and she was recently honored as “Lawyer of the Year” by Best Lawyers® for 2021.Ms. Kammerer also earned the designation of Top 50 Colorado Women by Super Lawyers® in 2014, and in 2012, and Law Week Colorado named Ms. Kammerer a Top Woman Lawyer. Ms. Kammerer is the senior female shareholder of the firm, and for more than a decade, she has developed and managed the firm’s large multi-state single event personal injury department. She is driven to fight for justice and success for her clients within our organization and the community.


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