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Tim Bullock is a trial lawyer with 17 years of experience in state and federal courts. He is well-regarded by his peers for his ability to quickly get to the heart of complex legal matters and for his keen strategic instincts. Residing in New Mexico, Tim is proud to now serve the residents of New Mexico.
Tim has represented a wide range of individual and corporate clients facing a variety of civil and professional matters. He is an attorney experienced in helping victims of personal injury, bad faith insurance, consumer law and bankruptcy.
He has a track record of significant, published jury verdicts and settlements helping victims of personal injury, auto accidents, insurance bad faith and the negligence of others.
Tim defends licensed professionals in disciplinary and licensing matters including realtors, brokers and tradesmen preserving their dignity and ability to earn a living.
In the realm of real estate, Tim quiets title and provides representation in contractual disputes. He is experienced in TILA (Truth in Lending) and RESPA (Real Estate Settlement Procedure Act) litigation defending individuals against large financial institutions and protecting against wrongful foreclosure.
He represents clients in construction disputes at arbitration, in mediation and at trial under the CCDRA (Colorado Construction Defect Reform Act).
In business, Tim represents corporations and non-profits in miscellaneous matters of contract law, general liability, form drafting, litigation and mediation. He is experienced in drafting business documents.
Tim has practiced before the Colorado Court of Appeals, the Colorado Supreme Court and the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals where he has presented oral argument. He has litigated pro-hac-vice in Wyoming and Virginia courts, and proudly now asos serves the residents of New Mexico.
While in law school, Tim interned as a prosecutor in the 18th Judicial District and was elected to the city council of a local municipality while in law school. He has since served on the boards of several non-profit and governmental entities including the Denver Regional Council of Governments.