Admitted to Colorado Bar 1979, Registration # 9545
General Description of Practice Nevin A. Seeger has owned and managed a private practice, both as an individual and as a partner, since 1982. For three years prior to that he was an enforcement officer for the federal government. Mr. Seeger has broad experience in the law, including many areas of practice. He now concentrates his practice in disability law, including primarily practice before the Social Security Administration and in the United Sates District Court litigating entitlement to private disability insurance benefits, and civil litigation.
In his practice with an emphasis on litigation, Mr. Seeger has significant courtroom experience and first chair trial experience, with primary responsibility for case management through trial. Mr. Seeger has been A-V rated by Martindale-Hubbell for over fifteen years. The very few attorneys who are so rated have been rated as a preeminent member of the bar, with highest ethical standards and professional skills, as judged by bench and bar in random surveys. Mr. Seeger has been instrumental in assisting other law firms to put in place office management and case management systems, including procedures and forms to more efficiently and professionally represent their clients. Mr. Seeger has also had an active pro bono practice.
Nevin A. Seeger, P.C.
Current practice emphasizes representation of people with disability claims, including claimants before the Social Security Administration and private disability plans under ERISA. Mr. Seeger also has an active litigation practice, including construction defects and mechanic’s liens, business disputes, franchise disputes, motor vehicle accidents, motorcycle collision claims, estate litigation, real estate litigation, and commercial litigation.
Mr. Seeger has presented a continuing legal education seminar for other lawyers, Disability Law for the Non-Specialist.
In addition to representing many individuals and families, Mr. Seeger has represented numerous businesses, construction companies, banks, insurance companies, and police and firefighter unions. He has substantial courtroom and writing experience, including numerous appeals before the Colorado Court of Appeals, Colorado Supreme Court, Tenth Circuit, and Florida Court of Appeals.
Admitted to practice: Colorado Supreme Court, 1979; U.S. District Court for Colorado,
U.S. Court of Appeals for 10th Circuit.
Also admitted to practice before U.S. District Court for Western District of Pennsylvania,
Circuit Court for Fourth District of Florida, and Florida State Court