Curtis Coulter is a seasoned attorney who earned his Juris Doctor from the University of Idaho College of Law in 1987, and was admitted to the Nevada State Bar and Federal District Court of Nevada in 1987. At the University of Idaho College of Law, he served as an Executive Editor of the Idaho Law Review and Symposium Editor. Curtis also served as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Honorable William N. Forman, District Judge, Second Judicial District Court, Washoe County, State of Nevada. From 1987 through 1989, he worked for multiple insurers, focusing on insurance coverage and claim evaluation. He has litigated insurance coverage claims under various policies of insurance, including commercial and personal lines. Curtis has been lead counsel in class action, mass tort, multi-party litigation, and handles complex personal injury claims. In 2017, he was certified by the Nevada State Bar as a Personal Injury Specialist.
In addition to his litigation skill, Curtis is an accomplished legal educator, who has taught over 50 seminars on insurance and handling of claims, both locally and nationally, to attorneys for continuing education, claims adjusters, and medical professionals alike. Curtis has authored numerous articles on insurance and litigation practices, he is an author of Chapter 20 of the Nevada Civil Practice Manual.
Rarely has Curtis met a client whose life experience he couldn’t relate to. Before becoming a practicing attorney, he received his Bachelor of Science, and worked as an analytical chemist for Applied Digital Data Systems (NCR Subsidiary) and Lockheed, and has been a dishwasher, ditch digger, and construction worker. His diverse background and broad work experience, coupled with his vast legal expertise and intimate knowledge of the insurance industry, make him an ideal representative for his clients. Curtis understands that when people are hurt, they want their health and life back as it was before being injured. He works hard for his clients to manage the complicated insurance process and help them get paid for their damages to the extent allowed by law.