Jeremy A. Sitcoff

Jeremy A. Sitcoff
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B.A., McGill University (1992)

M.A., University of Toronto (1993)

J.D., The John Marshall Law School, Cum Laude (1997)

Honors & Activities
  • Editor-in-Chief,The John Marshall Law Review(1996 -97)
  • Dean’s List: all semesters
  • Best Respondent’s Brief, 1997 Robert F. Wagner, Sr.
  • National Labor Law Moot Court Competition
Legal Experience Summary

2003 – Present

455 Sherman St., Ste. 490
Denver, CO 80203

2000 – 2003

Denver, CO

1998 – 2000

Denver, CO

1997 – 1998

Colorado Court of Appeals
Denver, CO

Court Admissions
  • Illinois Supreme Court (1997) (Inactive)
  • Colorado Supreme Court (1998)
  • United States Court of Appeals, Tenth Circuit (2000)
Professional Organizations / Activities
  • Colorado Bar Association (1997-present)
  • Denver Bar Association (1997-present)
  • Colorado Defense Lawyers Association (1998-2000)
  • Colorado Trial Lawyers Association (2003-present)
  • American Bar Association (2000-present)
Lectures / Written Works
  • Death with Dignity: AIDS and a Call for Legislation Securing the Right to Assisted Suicide, 29 J. Marshall L. Rev. 677 (1996)
  • Best Respondent’s Brief, 13 New York Law School Journal of Human Rights 971 (1997)
  • An In-Depth Analysis of Insurance Coverage Options in Colorado, CLE in Colorado, Inc. (October 2005)

About Jeremy

Jeremy A. Sitcoff is a shareholder at Levin Sitcoff Waneka focusing on helping clients in complex matters in the areas of insurance bad faith, personal injury, and commercial litigation. His dedication to justice is evident in his pursuit of fair treatment and rightful compensation for his clients.  

 Jeremy completed his undergraduate studies at McGill University, followed by a master’s degree from the University of Toronto. He earned his law degree from The John Marshall Law School in 1997, where he served as Editor-in-Chief of The John Marshall Law Review. Also, he was part of the moot court team recognized for the Best Respondent’s Brief. After law school, Jeremy gained valuable experience as a law clerk for the Honorable Jose D.L. Marquez of the Colorado Court of Appeals. 

Throughout his career, Jeremy has demonstrated his commitment to his field through active participation in legal associations and community involvement. He belongs to the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association and the American Association for Justice.  He serves as Vice Chair on the Board of the Legal Community Credit Union.  He has lectured in the areas of insurance coverage and bad faith law. His peers have recognized his contributions to the legal field, including selections to The Best Lawyers in America® in insurance law from 2016-present, recognition as a Top 100 Colorado Super Lawyer from 2017-present and a Super Lawyer from 2011-present. He also has Martindale Hubbell’s highest AV rating as voted by his peers. 

 Outside of his practice, Jeremy has a passion for community service, outdoor adventures, and fostering connections that enrich his life and work. 

 He has significant litigation and trial experience.  His accomplishments include: 

  • Trial counsel in Cherry Creek Oriental Rugs v. Auto-Owners Insurance Co. (D. Colo.).  Represented antique Persian rug store against its insurer for failing to provide insurance coverage for water losses.  Following a jury verdict in favor of client on claims of unreasonable delay and denial of insurance benefits (C.R.S. § 10-3-1115 and -1116), the case settled for $620,000. 
  • A seven figure settlement of a bad faith lawsuit against an insurance company for failing to defend a general contractor in a construction defect lawsuit. 
  • A seven figure settlement of a lawsuit against an insurance company for failing to settle a lawsuit brought against a builder/developer by a homeowners association. 
  • A seven figure settlement in a bad faith and negligence lawsuit regarding a failure to procure appropriate insurance coverage for a construction project 
  • $1,550,000 settlement of bad faith lawsuit against an insurance company arising out of the automobile insurance company’s failure to pay its $50,000 liability limits. 
  • $3,000,000 settlement of a bad faith lawsuit against an insurance company for failure to defend a class action lawsuit. 
  • A seven figure settlement of a bad faith lawsuit against an insurance company for failure to settle a lawsuit brought against foster parents for injuries allegedly suffered by a foster child in their care. 
  • A seven figure settlement in a trucking accident case.