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Nicholas W. Mayle

202 North 7th Street
Grand Junction, Colorado 81502


Nick Mayle is a shareholder at Killian Davis Richter & Mayle, PC, which is the second largest law firm in Western Colorado.   Nick began working at Killian Davis in August of 2006 and became an equity shareholder of the firm in March of 2012.   One-hundred percent of Nick's practice is focused on litigation and he serves as lead counsel on a large volume of cases involving wrongful death, catastrophic injury, products liability, premises liability, medical malpractice, and employment discrimination.

Over the years, Nick has recovered tens of millions of Dollars for his clients in settlements, verdicts, and judgments.  Before Nick was 35, he obtained a judgment over $1,000,000 for his client through jury trial.  This was the largest judgment ever obtained in an employment discrimination case tried in Western Colorado.  See Barnett v. the Board of County Commissioners of the County Montrose, Civil Action No. 14-cv-01765-JAP-GPG. (D. Colo. 2014). 

Nick has been named one of the National Trial Lawyers Association Top 40 Trial Lawyers under 40.  He has also been named one of the National Academy of Personal Injury Attorneys Top 10 Lawyers under 40.  Nick has been invited to teach on employment discrimination law by the Colorado Plaintiff Employment Lawyers Association.  Nick is an Eagle Member of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association.  Nick has also been appointed by the Governor to serve on Colorado's Private Activity Bond Allocations Committee. As a committee member, he helps oversee the issuance of hundreds of millions of dollars in industrial development bonds each year.   

Nick graduated from the University of Colorado School Of Law in 2006. He was one of six students in his class to earn a position on the law school's moot court team.  He wrote on to the law review and served as an associate editor of the law review.  He was the only student in his class to earn positions on both the moot court team and the law review.