About Our Firm

Justice For you

At Killian, Davis, Richter & Mayle, P.C. our philosophy is to abide by the golden rule: “Treat others as you yourself would want to be treated.” We do this by working diligently to provide you with effective and compassionate legal representation. When you have been injured or denied coverage, we understand what you may be experiencing, and we take action to get the best results for you. Our Grand Junction, Colorado, personal injury, wrongful death, workers’ compensation, and Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA) attorneys take time to understand your goals, concerns, and circumstances. We are skilled trial lawyers who thoroughly research and prepare your case for trial. If settlement will achieve your goals, we discuss that approach with you and work together to achieve the best possible settlement.

We are skilled trial lawyers who thoroughly research and prepare your case for trial.

Experienced Colorado Law Firm

The law firm of  Killian, Davis, Richter & Mayle, P.C. has years of experience practicing law in Grand Junction, Colorado. Attorneys from our firm represent clients from all over Colorado and have gained a statewide and national reputation. We have received front-page coverage in the New York Times and the Chicago Tribune. We have also been interviewed on Colorado Public Radio. At  Killian, Davis, Richter & Mayle, P.C. we are proud to have obtained successful outcomes for clients throughout the state and the Four Corners Area in matters such as car accidents, serious injury and wrongful death, Social Security disability, uranium and radiation exposure, and workers’ compensation. We work to continue this success in the future.

Free Initial Consultation: No Attorney’s Fees Unless You Win

If you would like to speak with a representative of  Killian, Davis, Richter & Mayle, P.C.. concerning your personal injury or wrongful death claim, please contact our law firm by calling (970) 241-0707 for a free consultation. K Killian, Davis, Richter & Mayle, P.C. normally represents its clients on a contingency fee basis. If there is no recovery, there is no fee.