Steven G. York
Steve belongs to the Risen Christ Catholic Parish. “For most Catholics the parish is the single most important part of the Church. This is where the mission of Christ continues. This is where publicly we express our faith, joining with others to give proof of our communion with God and with each other. The parish is a community of faith. The stronger faith is, the more valuable our parish community becomes.”
But Catholic lawyers also practice their faith in the profession of law. Steve is a founding principal of Dworkin, Chambers, Williams, York, Benson & Evans, P.C., a litigation firm based in Denver. Founded in 1991, the firm’s practice includes workers’ comp, employment law, insurance defense, prosecution of subrogation matters, property and casualty defense, and commercial litigation.
Steve has extensive experience in areas of complex commercial litigation, including antitrust, R.l.C.O., mining, real estate, and mechanics lien actions. His insurance practice also includes insurance fraud, bad faith, audit and retrospective premium litigation, as well as premises and automobile liability defense.