Jeremy R. Rosenthal, Attorney
"Great people are the key to rendering exceptional service. At Rosenthal & Heymann, we get great results because we love what we do. I went to law school to help people with their legal problems. In a criminal case the government has virtually unlimited power. In a personal injury case the insurance company has virtually unlimited power, money and resources. I will help you level the playing field. I NEVER represent Big Business, the Government, or the Insurance Companies and I never will. I only represent consumers and individuals. While no lawyer can guarantee the results of your case, I can guarantee you exceptional service, relentless dedication to your legal problems and a commitment that you will receive the personal attention that you deserve."
|Education:||University of Colorado B.A.|
|Admissions:||U.S. District Court District of Colorado 2002|
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