Attorney Beth Klein began her practice with Long & Jaudon, a notable trial firm. She proved her courtroom skills and became first woman national trial attorney for Owens Corning in the asbestos litigation. Although based in Boulder, Colorado Beth Klein, from 1993 to 1999 she tried cases across the United States against some of the most skilled trial lawyers in America in high risk cases.
In 1999 Beth Klein, P.C. was launched in Boulder, Colorado. Beth resolved a state-wide class action against American Cemwood for defective roofing materials that affected thousands of Colorado homeowners. She brought the only successful automobile coverage PIP enhanced benefits class action against American Family Insurance in District Court in Boulder, Colorado. As a result of her work, 27,000 automobile policies in Colorado were ordered to provide enhanced coverages. Thousands of Coloradans benefited from improved coverage that applied retroactively and complied with Colorado law.
More recently, Beth Klein has taken on cases against military contractors committing abuses in war and conflict zones. After the surge in Iraq, Beth Klein accepted the case of Dawson v. Fluor which in 2012 was voted as “Case of the Year” by the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association.and was entered in the Texas Verdict Hall of Fame. In order to prosecute this case, Beth had to locate witnesses in Iraq, negotiate with the emerging Iraqi government to permit its citizens to testify, and to navigate ICE and Homeland Security to secure the testimony. The trial resulted in a $19 Million verdict.
After the completion of the case, Beth Klein successfully brought the witnesses and their entire families from Erbil, Iraq to the United States to live for the rest of their lives. These brave Iraqi Christians were responsible for holding contractors accountable for endangering people in Iraq. They are true heroes, and they now live in peace and far away from the threat of ISIS and near certain death.
Beth represents victims of human trafficking, serious abuse, and torture. Her verdicts and judgments range between $4 and $7 Million for her human trafficking clients to date.