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Becca Fisher, Personal Injury Attorney

Becca Fisher

Associate Attorney


Notable Results
My Story



  • Law School: University of Nebraska College of Law, with highest distinction (J.D. 2019). Order of the Coif
  • Undergraduate degree: University of Wyoming (B.A. 2008)



  • Nebraska, 2019
  • Colorado, 2021
  • Wyoming, 2021
  • Washington, 2022
  • Court Admissions in: Nebraska, Wyoming, Colorado, Washington, United States District Court – District of Nebraska; United States District Court – District of Wyoming; United States District Court – District of Colorado; 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.

Memberships and Associations

  • Colorado Trial Lawyers Association
  • Nebraska State Bar Association
  • Colorado Bar Association
  • Wyoming Bar Association
  • Washington State Association For Justice
  • Member of Academy of Truck Accident Attorneys (ATAA) 
  • American Association For Justice

Notable Results

  • 2022 – $2.2 million Larimer County, CO jury verdict for UIM benefits owed following car crash.
  • 2022 – Successfully proved waiver of governmental immunity for crash involving fire vehicle in El Paso County, CO (Trinity hearing)
  • 2023 – $850K Weld County, CO jury verdict for damages from rear-end car crash.
  • 2023 – $850K Island County, WA settlement for motorcycle crash.
  • 2023 – Obtained dismissal of appeal from $4.2 million judgment in favor of client injured on ropes course.
  • 2024 –  $1.2 million Larimer County, CO jury verdict for damages from commercial motor vehicle crash.

My Story

Born and raised in Wyoming, Becca started fighting for justice as a headstrong teenager on her high school policy debate team. During college she volunteered for a domestic violence and sexual assault advocacy program and shelter, where she would later work for seven years. Over time, it became apparent that lawyers played a huge part in outcomes—good and bad—for the survivors she served. And Becca knew she had the foundational skills to become a fierce and compassionate courtroom advocate. So, she headed back to school. 

Becca received her J.D. from the University of Nebraska College of Law. While there, she was Articles Editor for the Nebraska Law Review and served as co-president of the Equal Justice Society. After graduation, Becca clerked for Chief Judge John M. Gerrard of the United States District Court for the District of Nebraska. 

In her spare time, Becca enjoys skiing, hiking, biking and playing fetch with her dog, Sadie.



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