Westerfield & Martin is a small law firm that gets big results. Our attorneys have extensive trial and appellate experience, and are dedicated to assisting their clients with whatever legal need presents itself in the Denver Metro area and across the state of Colorado.
Whether you are charged with a DUI, a felony criminal offense, have a civil dispute with an individual or business, or were injured in a car or truck accident, we can assist you.
Call our office to discuss your particular legal need, or take a moment and view the content on our site to get familiar with who we are and what we do.Zachary S. Westerfield is a partner at Westerfield & Martin, LLC where Zach is a trial and appellate advocacy attorney.
Prior to becoming a partner at Westerfield & Martin, LLC, Zach was an attorney at Jaudon & Avery, LLP where his practice involved insurance defense work, select personal injury, commercial litigation and criminal law.
Prior to working at Jaudon & Avery, LLP, Zach was a solo practitioner at The Westerfield Law Firm, LLC for five years. During that time, Mr. Westerfield’s practice was approximately 40% criminal defense, 30% consumer bankruptcy, 10% domestic relations, 10% appellate advocacy, 5% plaintiffs-side civil work, and 5% transactional.
Mr. Westerfield has participated in over forty five trials and contested hearings, the vast majority of which were jury trials.
Mr. Westerfield attended Weber State University where he was a championship level policy debater. Mr. Westerfield went to law school at the University of Denver, where he obtained a dual JD and MA in Rhetoric and Communication Ethics. While at DU, Mr. Westerfield was a staff editor on the Denver Journal of International Law and Policy, interned with Colorado Legal Aid and the Public Defender’s Office, and was a graduate teaching instructor in the Human Communication Department, the director of the policy debate team and taught public speaking courses.
Mr. Westerfield has been rated as AV® Preeminent™ by the Martindale - Hubbell® Law Directory, the highest rating an attorney can achieve.