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Moore Drew

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300 Main St Ste 103
Grand Junction, CO 81501
(970) 628-0246
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  • Defend your rights against Harassment, Foreclosure, Excessive Medical Bills, Collection Calls, Property Repossession, Credit Card Debt, Wage Garnishments Lawsuits. Drew Moore received his Bachelor's Degree from the University of Northern Colorado and his Juris Doctorate from Hamline University Law School, graduating cum laude. After law school, Mr. Moore worked at Colorado Rural Legal Services (formerly known as Colorado Legal Services), which provides free legal assistance to disabled and disadvantaged individuals for nearly five years before beginning his private practice in 1998. While at Legal Services Mr. Moore's emphasis was in bankruptcy and disability issues. Mr. Moore and the staff of Drew Moore Law have a combined for nearly four decades handling personal injury matters with an expertise in automobile and motorcycle accidents. Mr. Moore and his staff understand and sympathize with those injured through no fault of their own. The staff at Drew Moore P.C., pride themselves on the personalized handling of the clients they represent. Our firm works diligently to get our clients the highest possible settlement assists with resolving medical liens in these circumstances. Before graduating from law school, Mr. Moore participated in a judicial externship for U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Dennis D. O'Brien in Minnesota, helping Judge O'Brien research pending personal and business bankruptcy cases. Presently Drew Moore devotes a large area of his practice to Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcies. Mr. Moore has been a nonprofit board member for over 16 years of Mesa County Adult Protection Program, Inc. (not affiliated with Mesa County, Colorado) which serves as guardian for incapacitated adults in Mesa County. Other nonprofit board memberships have included the Colorado Lawyer's Trust Fund (COLTAF), Colorado Rural Legal Services, and the Adult Protection Review Committee from its inception until approximately 2004.