Million Dollar Medical Malpractice Verdict
In May, 2017, the Olson Law Firm received for their client a million dollar verdict against against a general surgeon who negligently performed a gall bladder surgery. As a result of the surgery, the firm's client underwent the removal of half of her liver, and three revision surgeries. She suffered from pain and disfigurement and received six hundred thousand dollars in additional medical bills. Leading up to and through the trial, the surgeon refused to take responsibility for his actions.
Practice area(s): Medical Malpractice
Sean T. Olson
Sean Olson is a trial lawyer and founding member of the Olson Law Firm serving clients in Colorado and Wyoming. His practice focuses on providing unrivaled representation in and outside courtrooms at the state and federal level.
Prior to founding the firm, Olson served the law enforcement and business communities as a partner at another prominent law firm and as an associate attorney at a national litigation firm. Olson's experience at those firms allows him to offer the same high quality service provided by large Seventeenth Street law firms at a fraction of the cost. Olson tailors his representation to the unique needs of each client, taking the time to determine his client's wishes prior to beginning work on a case.
Olson received his J.D. from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law where he graduated in the top one percent of his class. Since 2010, Olson has served as an adjunct professor teaching trial advocacy at his Alma Mater. He graduated from Drake University in 1995 with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communication.
Super Lawyers named Olson a Rising Star for the last four years in a row.
Olson is a resident of Denver where he lives with his wife, two young children, and their dog, Maisy. Prior to becoming an attorney, Sean was an Emmy award winning photojournalist. His passion for that job took him around the globe telling other's stories. He now uses those skills to tell his clients' stories in courtrooms across Colorado and Wyoming.