Steve Shapiro is an experienced trial attorney and partner of Shapiro Winthers & McGraw P.C., a firm representing clients in Colorado for over 25 years. Originally from Brooklyn, New York, Steve has practiced law since 1983 and spent the entirety of his career aggressively pursuing fair resolution in personal injury cases. His experience includes trying more than 50 cases that required trial time of a week or more, a demonstration of Steve’s unrelenting commitment to his clients. Steve has been recognized by Best Lawyers® for his work in personal injury litigation, an exclusive honor earned through a peer-review process.
Melissa J. Winthers
Melissa Winthers is an outstanding personal injury attorney and partner of Shapiro Winthers & McGraw P.C., a firm representing clients in Colorado for over 25 years. A Colorado native, Melissa graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from Colorado College in 1995 and from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law in 1998. Since that time, she has dedicated herself to fighting on behalf of those who have suffered traumatic and life-changing injuries.
Angela E. McGraw is a partner at Shapiro Winthers & McGraw P.C., a firm representing clients in Colorado for over 25 years. Born and raised in Minnesota, Ms. McGraw pursued her college and legal education in the neighboring state of Wisconsin. After graduation from Marquette Law School, she practiced in Milwaukee, Wisconsin for more than seven years and established herself as an accomplished trial attorney with exceptional conflict resolution skills. Angela has practiced Plaintiff’s personal injury law in Colorado since 2007.
Amanda Pfeil is an indispensable member of the Denver, Colorado firm, Shapiro Winthers & McGraw P.C., where she focuses her practice on personal injury and medical malpractice. Amanda primarily works with clients who have sustained traumatic brain or orthopedic injuries. She also has significant experience in sports injury cases arising from an athlete’s premature return to play following a concussion.
Amy N. Rogers
Amy has a vested personal interest in helping her clients. She recognizes the importance of understanding each individual client’s story before analyzing the legal case. Part of what defines quality legal representation is trust, and hearing the concerns of the individual client is where the process of building trust starts for Amy. Her empathy and desire to provide exceptional representation, particularly when the odds are stacked against an individual, defines her work. Amy’s drive is personal, too. Her experience with a sibling’s traumatic brain injury, resulting from an auto collision, is a significant part of what motivates her as an attorney. In fact, she joined the team at Shapiro Winthers & McGraw P.C. specifically to be part of a firm that is dedicated to helping people with traumatic injuries.