Britt Holtz is zealous advocate for those who have been injured or wronged by the acts or of another. As a native of Colorado, Britt is proud to represent the clients of Zaner Harden Law, LLP, and fight to ensure justice is brought to injured Coloradoans.
Britt was born and raised in Grand Junction, Colorado, and graduated from Colorado Mesa University with honors in 2011. After a short stint as a restaurant manager, Britt moved to the East Coast and began law school at Syracuse University College of Law. While at Syracuse, Britt earned high distinctions which included two CALI awards for the highest grade in a class, grading on to the Syracuse Law Review, and was inducted into the Order of the Coif as well as the Justinian Honorary Law Society. During law school, Britt joined the Syracuse Criminal Defense Clinic, where he represented Syracuse's less fortunate citizens in a variety of criminal matters, and worked as a legal clerk for a general practice law firm in the Upstate New York area.
After graduation in 2015, Britt returned to Colorado to begin making a difference in his home state. Britt joined a well-known personal injury firm in Western Colorado and represented clients in a variety of cases including personal injury, wrongful death, and employment matters. After working in another personal injury firm in Denver, Britt joined Zaner Harden in 2017 and brings his personal injury experience and tireless advocacy with him.
In his free time, Britt is enjoys playing golf, exploring Colorado's beautiful scenery, reading, or taking in one of the numerous sporting events that Denver has to offer.
Syracuse University College of Law Magna Cum Laude Order of the Coif Justinian Honorary Law Society Syracuse Law Review, Associate Member Syracuse Criminal Defense Clinic Pursuit of Excellence Scholarship Recipient
Colorado Mesa University B.A., Mass Communications - Broadcast Journalism Student Body Radio Host and Sports Broadcaster
Colorado Bar Association Denver Bar Association Colorado Trial Lawyers' Association American Association for Justice