John Gehlhausen graduated from the University of Evansville and received his Juris Doctorate degree from Vanderbilt University. After serving four years in the Judge Advocate General Corps of the United States Air Force in Denver, he began his civil practice of law in Lamar, Colorado in 1972 resulting in his specializing in lawn, farm, and construction equipment product liability, needle stick injuries and complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) litigation nationally.
PRESENTATIONS: Lecturer on numerous Civil Law topics for Colorado Trial Lawyers Association, the Colorado Bar Association, the North Dakota Trial Lawyers Association, the Oklahoma Bar Association and the American Association for Justice; teacher for National Institute for Trial Advocacy
PUBLICATIONS: “Danger in the Fields: Tractor Rollovers, Trial, November 1991; “Trauma During Voir Dire – Making the Most of Difficult Situations,” Excellence in Advocacy: Trial Expertise and Wisdom from the National College of Advocacy, ATLA Press, 1992; “Proof of Tractor Rollover Injuries,” Am Jur Proof of Facts, 3d edition, 1993; and “Hell on Wheels: Liability for Tractor-Pulled Mower Injuries,” Trial, November 1995.
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