Patrick D. Mika
is among a small number of elite lawyers in the United States who have spent real time in the courtroom trenches trying cases before juries.
has a proven record to include victories in over 100 felony trials, both in Colorado and nationally.
It is an art he
honed through his
professional training and advanced trial education at the National Criminal Defense College
, Mercer Law School
extraordinary accomplishments have been recognized by many organizations, including the prestigious American Board of Criminal Lawyers (ABCL).
It is the only legal organization in which membership is limited by standards.
To be accepted into ABCL
the lawyer must have won at least 5 murder cases and a minimum of 35 major felony trials.
They must also be nominated by a member, endorsed by 3 judges and unanimously accepted by its board of governors.
Patrick Mika has been a member since 1994, has held numerous offices, and was the 2014 president of ABCL.
Pat was educated at the University of Arkansas, where he received a Bachelor's Degree, magna cum laude, in English, 1979 (Phi Beta Kappa), and Juris Doctor Degree, 1982.
While in law school he
ran the indigent prison project.
has made his
home base in Colorado Springs, Colorado, since moving to the City of Champions in 1982, as a member of the United States Judo Team
He was a successful National Team Member from 1981 to 1985.
Pat worked at Tegtmeier, Sears & Mika, from 1982-1990.
own law firm, Mika & Associates
, P.C., in 1990.
The firm is small in size, but not results.
staff provide unique, personal attention to their clients.
Located conveniently in a quaint, historic building in downtown Colorado Springs, Pat
has made his
office a place that clients feel comfortable and invited.
The extensive skill Pat
acquired handling complex criminal trials has contributed to a successful, growing plaintiffs' personal injury practice.
has witnessed first hand the growing hostility toward injured people - as if they were the ones responsible for their circumstances.
The firm has now turned its attention to helping individuals who have suffered serious injuries due to another's negligence.
The firm limits the number of cases it accepts to ensure that each client is given the individual attention required in order to obtain the best possible outcome.
The firm's services to injured parties include not just legal advice, but the firm provides assistance in warding off a financial crisis that can occur from a devastating injury.
If you find yourself in need of legal counsel due to serious criminal charges, or you have been injured through the fault of another person or entity, Pat
assures you won't find better representation elsewhere.