In addition to being an accomplished civil litigation attorney, I have been actively... more
In addition to being an accomplished civil litigation attorney, I have been actively involved in my community. I have coached baseball, basketball and soccer. I am an active cyclist, cycling well over 5,000 miles per year. I handle bicycling personal injury cases as well. I also enjoy golf and skiing. I am a past president of The Lutheran Church of the Holy Spirit as well as being the head... view profile
Thanks for visiting my profile! I founded Dormer Law, LLC, to let me give each of my... more
Thanks for visiting my profile! I founded Dormer Law, LLC, to let me give each of my clients the kind of personal attention that simply cannot be had at a high-volume “mill-style” law firm. I was born and raised in Denver, Colorado, the child of longtime Denver family lawyer Robert R. Dormer. After graduating from Cherry Creek High School, I went to the University of California – Berkeley, f... view profile
Prior to attending law school, Kurt graduated from the United States Military... more
Prior to attending law school, Kurt graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York. He then attended the Field Artillery Officers' School in Fort Sill, Oklahoma and the Defense Language Institute in Monterey, California. After being stationed as a field artillery officer and unit interpreter in Kilkis, Greece, Kurt left the Army to continue his formal education. He... view profile
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