Maggie Keck is a fourth-generation Colorado native. She obtained two undergraduate degrees and her law degree from the University of Colorado in Boulder. She also received formal training in mediation.
Maggie has worked as an attorney in workers’ compensation for many years. Early in her career, she served as Claims Manager, and then Chief Legal Counsel, for Pinnacol Assurance. She also served for a time as an administrative law judge, where she received formal training in mediation. However, she has devoted most of her career to serving as defense counsel for a few different Denver firms, where her clients have ranged the gamut from small to large, self-insured and insured. She has occasionally represented injured workers as well. She began working for Pollart Miller in 2004, taking time off beginning in 2017, and returning in 2020.
Maggie has successfully litigated hundreds of workers’ compensation cases, settled many more, and guided her clients through the thicket of workers’ compensation laws and regulations. She has also written numerous appellate briefs to the Industrial Claims Appeals Office, and argued many cases before the Colorado Court of Appeals and the Colorado Supreme Court.
Colorado Bar Association
Denver Bar Association
Three Years after Brighton: Its Effect on the Compensability of Workers’ Compensation Claims, by Margaret Keck, The Colorado Lawyer, May 2017, Vol. 46, No. 5
J.D., University of Colorado
B.S. Business, University of Colorado
- Envd (Environmental Design), University of Colorado
National Judicial College, Reno, Nevada (mediation training)