Mr. Ward is a Full Time Attorney at Garfinkel Schwartz. Almost 20 years ago, Mr. Ward joined the United States Army immediately after college. Mr. Ward served two (2) tours of duty in Iraq, both times in the Baghdad area, and was stationed in Europe for four years. Upon discharge from Active Duty, Mr. Ward continues to this day as a drilling Reservist with the United States Army. Mr. Ward has been sent around the world in support of various missions.
Mr. Ward’s unique perspective regarding the sacrifices and challenges military members, and those who support military members, face in active war zones adds to Mr. Ward’s unique perspective regarding the sacrifices and challenges military members, and those who support military members, face in active war zones adds to the firm’s staunch advocacy on behalf of those wrongfully denied proper compensation for their injuries suffered in connection to such service.
While in law school, Mr. Ward petitioned the Federal Communications Commission on behalf of hearing disabled clients seeking appropriate communications technology accommodations in government institutions. Mr. Ward participated in three moot court competitions, earning him a spot on the Barrister’s Council. Additionally, he published an article in the Colorado Technology Law Journal proposing a statutory framework for resolving impending workforce displacements caused by automation technologies.
Before joining Garfinkel Schwartz, Mr. Ward practiced as a plaintiff-side employment attorney advocating for the civil and contractual rights of employees across Colorado. He also engaged insurers in support of employees’ short-term and long-term disability claims that arose during or as a result of their employment.
Mr. Ward is admitted to practice law in the State of Colorado and currently lives there with his wife of thirteen years, four children, and a Labrador Retriever named Benson.