Helping Others


Jim Avery offers Pro Bono services and has donated thousands of hours of time, and paid expenses, to inmates and children’s hospital patients.  He is a frequent guest on news programs as an authority and lawyer handling Patient Rights actions.

Jim Avery has organized and lead numerous humanitarian aid missions to Africa, bringing needed relief to war torn areas of South Sudan following famine and burning of villages by Arab marauders.  Avery is responsible for the establishment of 50 bush schools in Twic county, a border area of South Sudan where hundreds of children went without schooling for about a decade as a result of the war.  Contemporaneous with the school initiative, Avery brought seed for farmers to re-establish crops that were burned by the marauders, and supplies to build medical clinics, churches and schools.

Locally, Jim Avery has been involved in the Rights of Passage program in Denver for disadvantaged youth growing up without fathers.  Jim has lead fishing and camping trips with young men who have never had the chance to experience male leadership or Colorado’s great outdoors.

Jim Avery has supported GOAL and WAR CHILD, non-governmental humanitarian aid organizations based in the United Kingdom, that focus on rapid relief to children in war affected areas around the world.  War Child

Who We Help at Avery Law Firm

Denver trial lawyer James W Avery (J.D.-Univ. of Denver Law-1982) is the founder of Colorado’s Top Personal Injury Law Firm.  Personal injury practice areas include

  • hospital liability and health care law
  • automobile, truck, train, plane and motorcycle accidents
  • defective products (product liability e.g., talc, implants)
  • drug liability
  • professional malpractice
  • wrongful death and dismemberment
  • paralysis and disability (brain and spinal cord injury)
  • insurance settlements and bad faith
  • federal tort claims
  • burns
  • toxic exposure

To contact us about your personal injury claim, and get a free case evaluation, please complete this form or call 303-840-2222.