Jonathan Brummet provides careful case review and thorough client communication. His practice areas primarily consist of construction defect litigation, personal injury and property defense, commercial litigation, and real estate professionals.
Before joining White and Steele, Jonathan earned his J.D. from the University of Wyoming College of Law. He interned at the Office of the Solicitor for the Department of Interior and the Loveland City Attorney’s Office. Jonathan also clerked at a large law firm in Seoul, South Korea, and another full-service law firm in Denver.
Jonathan earned a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from the University of Colorado. He then spent ten years in South Korea teaching English and was later employed as a Coordinator at a National University.
Outside the office, Jonathan likes to spend time with his young family, play drums in rock bands, and read.
Adam Goldstein was born in Des Moines, Iowa, and grew up in Iowa and Florida. He attended the University of Florida, graduating with honors in 1995. Adam then attended the Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C., where he graduated, cum laude, in 1998.
Adam began his professional practice in Michigan, then moved to Colorado in 2000 where he has practiced ever since. Adam specializes in civil litigation, including products liability, auto/truck liability, personal injury, wrongful death, construction defect, association/HOA and general commercial liability. Adam has tried multiple cases and has extensive lead counsel experience handling all aspects of civil litigation in Colorado and Wyoming state and federal courts.
Nick focuses on defending corporate entities and individuals in personal injury, wrongful death, breach of contract, commercial trucking, construction defect, and product liability lawsuits. He also represents insurance companies in insurance coverage disputes, which often include bad faith claims, and advises carriers on pre-suit claims handling and coverage. With regard to insurance coverage, Nick has analyzed and litigated coverage under commercial general liability, builder’s risk, automobile, uninsured/underinsured motorist, disability, business owners, commercial property, and homeowner’s policies. He practices primarily in the areas of insurance defense, bad faith litigation, and insurance coverage.
Nick is a Denver native. He graduated from Colby College in Waterville, Maine, where he earned a B.A. in English. Nick attended the University of South Carolina School of Law on a merit scholarship, graduating in 2011. He was admitted to the Colorado Bar in 2011 and the Wyoming Bar in 2012. Prior to joining White and Steele, Nick practiced at a boutique insurance defense firm in Denver for over seven years.
Nick served on the City Park Jazz Board of Directors from 2012 through 2018. He was a member of the Executive Committee and served as Vice President from 2013 through 2018.
Matthew Ralston was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio before moving to Colorado 25 years ago. Prior to receiving his law degree from the University of Colorado, he attended Middlebury College in Vermont, where he graduated with a degree in Environmental Public Policy in 1997.
While in law school, Matt was a member of the Rothgerber Moot Court Team, and a volunteer for the Lend-A-Lawyer volunteer program. After graduation, he began his practice with a focus on litigation in the state and federal courts. Matt worked previously as in-house counsel for a number of insurance companies defending policyholders and carriers throughout the state. His practice focuses on construction defect litigation and first-party bad faith defense in property disputes in both personal and commercial lines of business. In addition, he has defended hundreds of personal injury lawsuits involving auto accidents, slip and falls, and ski accidents, and has taken numerous examinations under oath.
Andrew A. Scott has been litigating cases for 35 years. As an undergraduate at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Andrew developed a strong interest in the behavioral sciences, and determined to apply that interest to the practice of law. He received a Bachelor’s degree with a double major in Psychology and in Law & the Behavioral Sciences in 1986, after completing his Senior Thesis investigating jury decision-making behaviors. Since obtaining his Law Degree from the University of Wisconsin in 1989, he has utilized that Social Sciences background to obtain favorable jury verdicts on behalf of a diverse client base in Wisconsin, Arizona, and now in Colorado Courts. Excellent research, analysis and writing skills have also resulted in a successful motions practice as well as appellate court outcomes.