When you bring your personal injury case to me, I know how vitally important it is to you. It is the minute attention to detail, the seemingly small and insignificant matters that culminate in the successful resolution of your case. It's not always one big piece or evidence or a 'smoking gun' that wins your case. Rather it is the attorney's effort and team work with you, the client, that prevails with justice.
You also need to speak to an attorney immediately and not wait or valuable evidence may wind up being lost, which may affect your ability to file suit. The Atkinson Law Firm knows that time is of the essence in matters such as this, and handles each case expeditiously and aggressively. They know that each case they agree to litigate is important to the person who has brought it to them and personally deal with each client. When the law matters, the Atkinson Law Firm is there to make it work for you!
Scott Atkinson was admitted to practice in New Mexico in 1989; in Colorado in 1999; and in Texas in 2005. He is licensed in Colorado and Texas.
He graduated from the University of New Mexico with a B.A. in 1985 and was accorded a J.D. in 1989. While attending University, Scott was a Case and Comment Editor for the “New Mexico Law Review” (1988-89). Scott worked for a large law firm in Albuquerque upon graduation before making the decision to go out on his own as a solo practitioner in 1995.
Scott is a member of the State Bar of New Mexico, Colorado Bar Association and the State Bar of Texas. He is rated by Martindale-Hubbell as “BV” which indicates high to very high legal ability and ethical standards, as expressed by confidential opinions from colleagues of the Bar.
His practice focuses on personal injury, wrongful death, child injuries, burns/scars, auto accidents, motorcycle accidents, and uninsured/underinsured motorist claims. Scott frequently serves as a court-appointed guardian ad litem in cases involving injured minors.