Stephen Cook earned his J.D. in 1975 from the University of Colorado and, after serving as an associate with the personal injury law firm of Bragg & Dubofsky for two years, he opened his own practice in 1978. Since that time, he has been helping lead his Colorado neighbors every day for over 40 years.
Stephen Cook has procured substantial settlements or judgments for dozens of clients. In 1993, for instance, he won what was at the time the largest toxic tort jury verdict in Colorado obtaining over $3,000,000, with interest and punitive damages, against Louisiana Pacific Corporation.
In addition to his impressive track record, Mr. Cook believes in being active in his community. Mr. Cook has served on the boards for local non-profits. He has been a board member of Mapletree School, which works with emotionally and learning- disabled toddlers to prepare them for mainstream schooling. He was also a long-time member of the board of directors for Parenting Place, which provides parenting resources for new families. Mr. Cook was active in coaching YMCA and club youth sports, such as basketball, his passion. He currently sponsors fundraising dinners or events for Boulder Shelter for the Homeless, Community Foodshare, and Parenting Place. And also contributes to the capital campaign for Clinica Compesina, a local health care service for low-income families. One of the exam rooms bears his firm’s name.