Matthew Hamblin lived in rural small-town central Illinois until he left for the University of Iowa to attend college. At Iowa, Matthew studied both history as well as political science and spent a semester in Washington D.C. to work with the nonpartisan Potomac Advocates. After his undergraduate studies, Matthew worked for law firms in Las Vegas for two years before
deciding to study law at the University of Denver Sturm College of Law here in Colorado.
During his legal studies, Matthew served as an executive board editor of for DU’s Criminal Law Review, litigated cases with DU’s Civil Litigation Clinic, and served as team leader for the Tribal Wills Project where he drafted legal wills for the members of the Ute, Southern Ute, and Ramah Navaho tribes. In his legal practice, Matthew has specialized in personal injury, first party insurance coverage disputes, hail damage claims, and insurance bad faith.
Matthew has extensive experience litigating in Colorado State and US Federal Courts at the trial and appellate level. Matthew Hamblin is currently licensed in the State of Colorado; State of Wyoming; United States District Court for the District of Colorado; and the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit. Matthew is also a member of the Colorado and Wyoming State Bar Associations as well as the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association.
Matthew lives in Golden with his wife and two dogs. He enjoys cooking, skiing, hiking, and camping in his spare time.