Lindsey Jay practices primarily in the area of civil defense litigation including construction defect, professional malpractice, personal injury, and government entity defense. Lindsey’s practice prior to joining Overturf McGath & Hull, PC, included several years in the areas of environmental law, both litigation and transactional, plaintiff’s medical malpractice and personal injury litigation, probate litigation, and estate and business succession planning. Her diverse legal experience allows her to effectively handle even the most complex cases and successfully defend her clients.

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Prior to joining Overturf McGath & Hull, Lindsey’s broad base of legal experience encompassed matters ranging from estate and business succession planning to environmental law to plaintiff medical malpractice litigation. This well-rounded experience affords Lindsey a unique perspective on legal issues which lends to her ability to provide balanced analysis to cases.

Lindsey is passionate about science and is always eager to develop, explore, and understand the often complex medical and engineering concepts involved in her cases.  These skills are essential in defending complex construction and personal injury claims.

Lindsey received her B.A. from the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill in 1999 and her J.D. from University of Denver School of Law in 2002.

University of Denver School of Law, 2002 J.D.
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University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill, 1999 B.A.

A Message From Lindsey

It’s okay – you can call me a Science Nerd. My passion for all things science is why I enjoy my work so much, most of which involves either medical or engineering concepts. Because I appreciate the underlying science of my cases, whether they are related to the design of a building envelope or to the mechanism of a specific injury, I can truly advocate for my client’s position, which is fun and rewarding.