Stuart Hawkins, Esq.

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Stuart Hawkins, Esq. Attorney


Stuart Hawkins, Esq. is an associate attorney at the Denver office. Mr. Hawkins’ practice focuses on personal injury matters. Mr. Hawkins started his legal career in a general litigation firm in Connecticut primarily representing clients involved in personal injury and criminal matters. Mr. Hawkins obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado at Boulder and his law degree from Roger Williams University School of Law in Rhode Island. Mr. Hawkins is admitted to practice in all State Courts in Colorado and Connecticut, as well as the United States District Court for the District of Connecticut and Colorado.

  • In 2023, Stuart obtained a $1.9 million verdict that involved a client that sustained significant bodily injuries and earning capacity.
  • In 2023, Stuart reached a settlement a case against a drunk driver and others in for a combined settlement in excess of $1.2 million.
  • In 2023, Stuart obtained a settlement for $1.25 million for his client who was a passenger on a motorcycle that sustained significant lower body injuries.
  • In 2020, Stuart obtained a $1.25 million settlement for a young client who sustained significant head injuries after been ejected from a pick-up truck.

Connecticut Supreme Court Case Publications

MSO, LLC v. DeSimone, 313 Conn. 54 (2014)

Tomlinson v. Tomlinson, 305 Conn. 539 (2010)

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