Meet your legal team.

Kevin Coluccio
Kevin Coluccio


Kevin learned the value of hard work at an early age by working on a family farm for many years. Neither of his parents had attended college. Both were determined that their five children would have more opportunities.

Thanks to his family support—and his own perseverance—Kevin Coluccio graduated from Seattle University in 1981. Before applying to law school, Kevin worked long hours in a cannery in Alaska, and then on a construction crew in Seattle.

At the University of Puget Sound—now Seattle University School of Law—Kevin learned a lot. He learned how to represent working people, instead of faceless corporations. He learned how to help people in a courtroom, instead of a boardroom. And he learned that by seeking truth and accountability as a personal injury attorney, he could create positive results—and help change wrongful behavior.

Kevin has dedicated his entire legal career to helping seriously injured people and their families get through the civil justice system.

“I am compassionate to my clients and committed to doing everything possible to bring them justice.”

Matthew Sharp


Mr. Sharp has been a leader in the state of Nevada and advocate for the rights of individuals. His tenacity and hard work in the courtroom have earned him the name “Honey Badger” because he is relentless and fearless.

Mr. Sharp has been named the 2023 Nevada Trial Lawyer of the Year by the Nevada Justice Association. In 2022, he received a $200 million verdict which was the largest verdict in Nevada and one of the largest verdicts involving a single client in the country. Mr. Sharp is only one of two lawyers in Nevada to have been named Nevada Justice Association Trial Lawyer of the Year.

Mr. Sharp is the only two-time president of the Nevada Justice Association, a trial lawyer organization dedicated to representing injured people against large corporations. He is recognized as an important and noted legislative lobbyist on all matters regarding the civil justice system and the preservation of the Constitutional right to trial by jury.

Lincoln D. Sieler
Lincoln Sieler


Lincoln is a skilled litigator specializing in catastrophic personal injury, commercial trucking accidents, and product liability. Mr. Sieler’s product liability practice has a special focus on cases involving commercial trucks, industrial equipment, and medical products. His practice in the area of commercial vehicle product liability focuses on emerging technologies such as event data technology, crash avoidance technology, and advanced driver assistance systems. Lincoln also has extensive experience with insurance bad faith and insurance coverage.

In his years as a successful litigator and trial lawyer, Lincoln has tried a variety of cases, obtaining substantial jury verdicts and settlements for his clients. Lincoln was one of the plaintiff’s trial counsel in Washington v. Teva, winning a $104 Million product liability verdict for a retired mechanic and his wife. He was one of the lead counsel and obtained a $35 Million settlement in Doe v ABC Corp, a commercial trucking collision that resulted in catastrophic injuries. He was also one of the plaintiff’s trial counsel in Couch v. MSA, winning a $7.2 Million product liability verdict for a retired coal miner. Lincoln has also successfully represented clients in the Washington State Supreme Court and Court of Appeals.