Trenton J. Ongert

Trenton J. Ongert Attorney At Bloch & Chapleau, LLC. Trenton J. Ongert, Member. Admitted to the Colorado State Bar, U.S. District Court for the District of Colorado, and U.S. 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.

Education:

Northwestern University (B.S. 2002)

University of Denver Sturm College of Law (J.D. 2005)

Member:

Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, Colorado Bar Association (Past Trustee), and Denver Bar Association (Past Trustee, Past Chair of the Young Lawyers Division, Past President of the Community Action Network Committee)

Honors:

The National Trial Lawyers Top 100

Colorado Bar Associate Leadership Training Class of 2015


Mr. Ongert’s wide-ranging civil litigation practice includes ski injury law, auto, motorcycle, and trucking accidents, insurance law, slip and falls, dog bites, construction defect, real estate, and contract disputes. He has successfully argued injury cases to the Colorado Court of Appeals, Colorado Supreme Court, and United States 10th Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Ongert is recognized for his expertise in ski injury cases. Since 2015, he has been invited to present a Continuing Legal Education (CLE) class on Colorado Ski Law to members of the Colorado and Denver Bar Associations.

Mr. Ongert spent the first five years of his legal career as an insurance defense litigator. He evaluated claims from the perspective of the insurance carrier, where he gained an in-depth understanding of the procedures, ploys, and strategies regularly utilized by insurance companies. In addition to his injury law practice, Mr. Ongert regularly assists clients with probate matters and estate planning. Mr. Ongert also enjoys his family law practice where he assists his clients in all domestic issues and proceedings. Mr. Ongert joined the firm as an Associate in 2010, and became a Member of Bloch & Chapleau, Cates, Ongert in January 2013.

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