Sarah Andrzejczak represents businesses and insurers in a variety of areas, focusing her practice on premises liability, product liability, construction and health care. She has achieved multiple favorable jury trial verdicts in general liability matters in state court and provided oral argument to the Colorado Court of Appeals and written briefings to the Supreme Court of Colorado.
Sarah prides herself on her strong work ethic, attention to detail and client-focused approach to every case. Through her tenacity and ingenuity, she cultivates comprehensive legal strategies that produce beneficial results for her clients as quickly and cost-effectively as possible. Sarah enjoys developing long-standing relationships with her clients not only to address the problems they may be facing in the present but also to develop concrete steps to prevent issues from arising in the future.
Prior to joining Wilson Elser, Sarah worked at a Denver insurance defense firm where she gained significant experience representing businesses and individuals from pre-litigation through appeal. Sarah served as an appellate law clerk to the Honorable John Daniel Dailey of the Colorado Court of Appeals, a fast-paced single-clerk chambers, where she researched and wrote on a broad range of legal issues involving employment, construction, insurance coverage, lien foreclosure and contract interpretation.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Sarah M. Andrzejczak