We are driven by the ideal of justice every day at Klein Frank, P.C., and our belief that everyone deserves to live in a world that is fair and kind does not end when we walk out of the office. The fight for justice cannot be accomplished fully in the courts of law. We pursue a better world through all possible avenues, doing whatever we can to make a difference in the lives of Coloradans.
Human trafficking is a threat to civil rights, especially for women and girls. We are dedicated to eradicating this practice and helping those victimized by human traffickers rebuild their lives. Earlier this year we hosted two successful one-day summits to help changemakers recognize the signs of human trafficking. As with many other difficult topics, educating people on what human trafficking actually looks like is the first step toward finding those in need of help.
Klein Frank, P.C. co-founder Beth Klein played an instrumental role in drafting SB 10-140 and SB 11-085 to fix Colorado’s too-narrow definition of what constitutes sex trafficking. Under the new laws, plaintiffs can bring cases against the whole group of individuals who trafficked them. Additionally, we launched the Klein Frank Foundation to provide resources and a centralized platform for our community to come together in the fight against human trafficking.
While working to face down human trafficking globally, we also serve Boulder residents in their pursuit of justice. We have helped those injured by others’ negligence to recover large settlements and get their lives back on track. At Klein Frank, P.C., you always work directly with a lawyer, and we pledge to achieve the best results we can for each client.
If you have questions about a legal case, contact us online or call (303) 622-3876 for a free and confidential consult.