Whether representing plaintiffs or defendants, Burma Law Offices effectively handles various types of civil cases. Burma Law Offices civil litigation experience often enables the firm to obtain favorable settlements for its clients without the expense and risk of trial. However, when trial becomes unavoidable, Burma Law Offices litigators protect their clients’ best interests through aggressive and effective trial advocacy. With insight that can only come from representing both plaintiffs and defendants, Burma Law Offices has a unique perspective on the strategies involved in both sides of a case.
We are available to represent individuals and business owners seeking remedies in all types of civil cases. Some of the types of cases we handle most frequently include:
Personal Injury – If you have been injured in a car accident, a semi-truck or trailer truck accident, by a dog bite, at work, using a defective product, while receiving medical treatment, or in any other circumstance where another party may have been at fault, you may have a personal injury claim. Contact us today to schedule a consultation about your case.
Employment – We represent employers and employees in disputes involving employment agreements, employment policies, severance, discrimination and harassment, and other employment-related issues. We also advise small business and non-profits with respect to employment law issues.
Breach of Contract – We represent plaintiffs seeking to enforce all types of contracts. Examples include business purchase agreements, non-disclosure agreements, non-competition agreements, service contracts, leases, contractor agreements, and vendor and supplier contracts.
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Amy Burma’s experience includes representing both plaintiffs and defendants in personal injury, business litigation, and employment law matters. Amy received her J.D., magna cum laude, from the University of Toledo College of Law School of Law, where she served as a Technical Editor of the University of Toledo Law Review. She is also a member of Order of the Coif and Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society.
After completing law school, Amy worked as an insurance defense attorney in Ohio. Though she found the experience she gained from the insurance industry invaluable, she was dissatisfied working against the needs of injured people. Amy moved to Colorado in 2011. Since then, Amy has represented individuals in personal injury cases, as well as individuals and businesses in employment law matters.
Colorado State Bar
Ohio State Bar
U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio
U.S. District Court for Colorado