For more than 4 decades, Mr. Coleman has specialized in complex civil litigation. He has had the privilege of helping individuals and small companies when they faced severe problems. His clients have ranged from Ranchers to Developers, Entrepreneurs, Start up businesses, International corporations, Ski Resorts, Oil and Gas, Hotels, Doctors, Veterinarians, Aviation, many and various technologies, Towns and Municipalities. He has faced well respected National firms, with successes far outweighing the losses. He has made loyal clients and friends and enjoyed seeing them prosper. He was also instrumental in a Nation wide product distribution company. He currently heads his Law firm, has created a very successful family commercial and residential rental business, and is one the founders of P4 World Wide Animal Co.
Mr. Coleman grew up in the Pacific Northwest, where he received his B.A. from Western Washington State University. He then received his JD degree from Rutgers University, in Brunswick New Jersey. He worked for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, but his heart never left the West. He became employed by the Honorable Edwin Ruland of the Colorado Court of Appeals, who planted the seed for Mr. Coleman to move his career to Grand Junction Colorado. Mr. Coleman is Married with 8 well rounded successful children, and many beautiful grandchildren. Mr. Coleman, an avid outdoors man and animal lover, has raised and/or housed a menagerie of animals including Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Lamas, Alpacas, Goats, Rabbits, Dogs, Cats, and any other animal in need. Those closest to Mr. Coleman will tell you the he rarely turns down a client or animal in need! Because Mr. Coleman’s clients are so diverse, and bring their worst problems to him, his knowledge of what to do vs. what not to do, is invaluable. In business, Mr. Coleman is most proud of representing hard working ethical people who are the real experts in their field. With that strong work ethic, Mr. Coleman thoroughly enjoys helping these individuals and companies transform their ideas into reality.
Western Washington State University