Lorraine Parker is an experienced trial attorney and counselor, combining compassion with tenacity and strategic expertise to obtain verdicts and settlements that compensate those harmed by the wrongs of others. For more than three decades, Lorraine has proven herself to be a trusted trial advocate, recognized by her peers as a leading attorney in personal injury and medical malpractice law, as well as other areas of plaintiff’s litigation such as insurance bad faith and sexual abuse.
Lorraine is a fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers, an invitation-only fellowship of exceptional trial attorneys from the United States and Canada, whose membership admits only those who have demonstrated the highest standards of trial advocacy, ethical conduct and integrity. Lorraine is also a fellow of the International Academy of Trial Attorneys, an organization of elite trial lawyers from the United States and 30 countries. She has also been inducted into the American Board of Trial Advocates, an invitation-only association of attorneys with actual trial experience, which aims to elevate the standards of integrity and honor in the legal profession.
Lorraine has been recognized by her peers for excellence in her field of practice. She was named a Top 10 Attorney in Colorado for 2017, 2018 and 2019 by Super Lawyers. Lorraine was named Best Lawyers® Lawyer of the Year in Medical Malpractice – Plaintiffs in 2015 and 2018, and has been recognized by Best Lawyers® in both Medical Malpractice and Personal Injury litigation since 2005. She has also been recognized as a 5280 Magazine “Top Lawyer” each year since 2015.
In recognition of her work, the Colorado Women’s Bar Association awarded Lorraine the prestigious Mary Lathrop Award in 2013, and in 2004 the Colorado Trial Attorneys Association awarded her Case of the Year for a successful appeal to the Colorado Supreme Court overturning an order requiring her client to produce confidential medical records.
In addition to her practice of law, Lorraine serves on the Executive Committee of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, serves serves as editor of the Colorado Courtroom Handbook for Civil Trials, speaks frequently at legal education conferences and mentors young attorneys.
Lorraine believes that the courthouse should be open to everyone, achieving justice and fairness regardless of one’s station in life. She works tirelessly to reach that goal for her clients.