Babar (Bobby) Waheed won his first district court jury trial in the very first week that the Colorado Supreme Court swore him in to practice law. Beginning with that very first jury trial, Babar has committed to representing the people against the powerful, the courageous against corporations, and the injured against insurance companies. Today, Babar is the managing member of Dan Caplis Law.
Babar Waheed advocates on behalf of individuals from Denver, Colorado to the four corners of the state. Babar is primarily focused on injury law, including catastrophic injury, brain injury, and wrongful death. He also represents victims of drunk and drugged drivers. Another particular focus of Babar's practice is trucking accidents and claims against trucking companies that knowingly put unsafe semi-trucks on the road driven by unsafe truck drivers. Babar has also represented victims of race discrimination.
Multiple committees and organizations recognize Babar Waheed as a leading attorney in Denver, Colorado. Babar is Lead Counsel rated. The National Trial Lawyers identifies him as one of Colorado's Top 40 under 40 for Civil Plaintiff's litigation. Babar is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, a distinction limited to attorneys who have earned million dollar verdicts or settlements. Babar is also honored with a lifetime membership to the Distinguished Justice Advocates, an invitation extended to only 1% of all attorneys.
Locally, Babar Waheed is a member of the Colorado Bar Association and Colorado Trial Lawyers Association; and nationally, he is a member of the American Association of Justice and Association of Plaintiff's Interstate Trucking Lawyers of America. Babar also serves as an editor for Colorado TrialTalk, a legal journal that features articles on current legal topics and innovative trial techniques.
Babar Waheed's commitment to individuals, families, and the community is not limited to his practice of law at Dan Caplis Law. He volunteers with the Colorado Legal Committee and participates in Denver Legal Night, an open house where volunteer attorneys provide free legal information to people who cannot afford legal services. Babar is a former volunteer with the Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Colorado and Aurora Youth Options. Babar recently completed a multi-year mentoring commitment with Minds Matter of Denver, an organization that provides mentoring and other resources to high-achieving high school students from diverse socio-economic backgrounds. Currently, Babar serves as General Counsel for Minds Matter of Denver.