Personal Injury Attorney Ryan Heatherman

Fort Collins Accident Attorney Ryan Heatherman

EDUCATION

University of Notre Dame
M.B.A., with honors, 2013

University of Tulsa
Juris Doctor, 2005

University of Oklahoma
B.B.A., Accounting, 2002

ASSOCIATIONS

Colorado Bar Associations

Wyoming State Bar

Oklahoma Bar Associations

Board Member Colorado Lawyers for Colorado Veterans

United States Marine Corps Reserves

Ryan Heatherman joined long time Fort Collins personal injury attorney Steve Ray as a partner to form Ray & Heatherman Law, PLLC. The two handle every case together, no exceptions, so that each client receives the benefit of having two attorneys for the price of one.

Ryan lives in Fort Collins with his wife (an Education Lawyer) and three young boys. The Heatherman Family loves to explore all that Colorado has to offer. In his spare time, you will find Ryan with his family fly-fishing the Poudre, listening to sports games on the radio, coaching his kids’ sports teams, or running the Colorado trails. Ryan is a United States Marine Corps combat veteran, serving in support of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. Ryan is currently a Major in the United States Marine Corps Reserve.

“I started my career as a prosecutor, so I have a lot of trial experience. I learned very quickly that personal injury law is largely about helping good, honest people that have been hurt, due to no fault of their own. They need help navigating their complicated and confusing path to recovery. Most folks are not looking for a windfall, but rather honest and responsible compensation to overcome injuries that have derailed their life. Isn’t this really why we all buy insurance? I am very proud to be a responsible and passionate personal injury attorney that has the privilege of being a legal pathfinder for the good people with real injuries that have been forced into the role of the ‘little guy.'”

– Ryan Heatherman

Ryan Heatherman and his associates seemed like good people when I met them, and after working with them, I KNOW they are good people. Ryan went beyond what anyone would expect a person to do to help us after our accident.” Sye R. (Fort Collins, CO)

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