Denver, Colo. – Sep 1, 2016 – The Colorado Trial Lawyers Association (CTLA) publishes a bi-monthly publication called Trial Talk®. In each issue, the CTLA profiles one of the association's "Eagle donors," which are members who significantly support the associations' legislative and political efforts. R. Mack Babcock of The Babcock Law Firm was recently profiled in the June/July issue.
In the profile, Babcock shares how his life experiences prepared him for being the dogged legal advocate he is today – beginning with having to overcome intense bullying during his elementary and early adolescent years.
Fortunately, in the early fourth grade Babcock made friends with a boy named Eddie O., who stood between him and the bullies one day after school. "I remember then and there deciding that I wanted to be the one standing up to the bullies," said Babcock. "I wanted to be somebody's Eddie."
After joining the U.S. Marine Corp, where he learned a lot about himself and the person he wanted to be, Babcock found himself working for a defense firm specializing in workers' compensation cases.
"I also quickly learned that I was standing with the bullies," said Babcock. "After almost five years of defense work I decided I had had enough."
In 2007, Babcock broke free and started his own law firm: The Babcock Law Firm.
"This Marine is proud to be a trial lawyer," said Babcock. "I'm standing up for the people I care about and for what I believe in."
Additional information about Colorado workers' comp attorney Mack Babcock can be found on his firm's website at https://www.injurylawcolorado.com/.
Serving Denver, Littleton, Aurora and the state of Colorado, The Babcock Law Firm is firmly committed to standing for justice and protecting injured individuals from modern day bullies like corporate America and insurance carriers.
Founder R. Mack Babcock and associates aid injured parties in all kinds of legal matters, from work-related injuries and insurance disputes to car accidents and other personal injury cases. Visit https://www.injurylawcolorado.com/ to learn how representation works or to discuss your case details.
The CTLA (https://www.ctlanet.org/) was established in 1953 and is the largest specialty bar association in Colorado. The association's mission is to "protect the rights of the individual, advance trial advocacy skills, and promote high ethical standards and professionalism in the ongoing effort to preserve and improve the American system of jurisprudence."
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"Stephanie and her team were so understanding and helpful during the time of my injury. I couldn't have had better representation than them. They really took care of everything for me with the utmost professionalism. I really appreciate all that they have done and I highly recommend this law firm."
"I'm writing this review on behalf of my husband. "Mack and Jan and Mack's staff have assisted me with all the many ongoing issues that occur with a Workman's Comp injury. Since our very first meeting more than five years ago, Mack and Jan have provided ongoing, comprehensive, personal and timely support regarding my cases." "