Brian E. Widmann

Brian E. Widmann

Brian E. Widmann


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F: (720) 799-2177


Brian E. Widmann was born and raised in Denver, Colorado.  After graduating from Middlebury College in 1988 with a degree in economics, Brian was employed by the U.S. Forest Service, traveled abroad for more than a year, and lived in Crested Butte, Colorado.  At the University of Denver School of Law, Brian was a member of the University of Denver Law Review and Editor for the Water Court Reporter.  While in law school Brian also represented indigent clients in both civil and criminal matters, participated in moot Court competitions, and clerked for the Honorable Thomas Ossala, former Chief Judge of Colorado’s Ninth Judicial District.  Upon graduating from law school in 1995, Brian was selected to assist in the defense of a ten week capital murder trial.  
Brian joined Fowler | Schimberg | Flanagan | McLetchie, P.C. in 1996 and has focused his practice on construction defect claims and construction contract disputes, property claims, bad faith actions, professional liability claims, personal injury lawsuits, civil rights claims, and premises liability claims.  Brian is a member of the American, Colorado, and Denver Bar Associations, as well as the Colorado Defense Lawyer’s Association and the Defense Research Institute.

Notable Cases

  • Jefferson Cty. Health Servs. Ass’n, Inc. v. Feeney, 974 P.2d 1001 (Colo. 1998)

Practice Areas

  • Construction defect claims
  • Construction contract disputes
  • Property claims
  • Bad faith actions
  • Professional liability claims
  • Personal injury lawsuits
  • Civil rights claims
  • Premises liability claims


  • University of Denver School of Law, Juris Doctor
  • Middlebury College, Economics, 1988

Bar Admission

  • State of Colorado
  • United States District Court for the District of Colorado
  • Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit
  • American Bar Association
  • Colorado Bar Association
  • Denver Bar Association
  • Colorado Defense Lawyers Association
  • Defense Research Institute