Bob Ring graduated from the University of Wyoming with a political science degree, and the University of Wyoming College of Law with a Juris Doctorate Degree. From Law School, he joined the John Hoyman Law office, a small firm in Greeley. He assisted the firm in winning more money for their clients than any other in Northern Colorado: by consistently handling cases efficiently, and by exceeding the standards set by the community.
As their practice grew, Bob and John amicably divided their Northern Colorado market in 1999, and Bob has carried that same level of compassion and expertise - inspiring his own firm to be the largest workers’ compensation firm in Larimer County. As his career flourishes, he remains focused on representing clients in Workers' Compensation and injury related cases. Bob finds passion for getting clients the justice they deserve - every client receives a level of personal attention uncommon in firms of this caliber.
Bob lives in Northern Colorado with his wife and five children and is an active member of the Colorado Trial Lawyers Association (CTLA). The Ring Family loves the welcoming Northern Colorado community and enjoys taking advantage of all that Colorado has to offer.
Matthew A. Haltzman is a Martindale-Hubbell® peer reviewed trial attorney with Ring & Associates, P.C. where he practices social security law, personal injury law, criminal law, and civil litigation. Matthew is Lead Counsel verified in civil litigation, social security disability law, and criminal law. He was also named a "Top 40 Under 40" attorney by the National Trial Lawyers in 2017.
Prior to joining Ring & Associates, P.C., Matthew practiced environmental law and complex civil litigation with a law firm in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Additionally, Matthew has been involved in a number of cases at the federal level, representing private property owners, ranchers, farmers, and local governments in litigation against federal agencies including the Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest Service.
Matthew also served as a judicial law extern to the Honorable Judge Richard L. Bourgeois, Jr. in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana. Prior to his judicial externship Matthew worked for the United States Attorney’s Office, Capital Crimes Unit, in the District of Puerto Rico, where he assisted the United States government in the prosecution of violent felons and offenders. In his second year of law school Matthew was selected for the prestigious Summer Legal Internship Program (SLIP) with the United States Attorney’s Office in the District of Wyoming. As a SLIP inductee Matthew obtained a “Confidential” level national security clearance and practiced federal criminal prosecution in Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park under Wyoming’s respective student-practice rules.
Matthew earned his Juris Doctor and Graduate Degree in Comparative Law, cum laude, from Paul M. Hebert Law Center at Louisiana State University. While in law school, Matthew was awarded the Chancellors Scholar Award and selected for the Chancellors Honor Roll. In his third year of law school Matthew served as the Research Assistant to Vice Chancellor Raymond Diamond. Throughout law school, Matthew competed successfully in numerous trial advocacy competitions. He was elected as the Vice President of Trial Advocacy External Affairs and was a back-to-back recipient of the Ira S. Flory Top Oral Advocate award for trial advocacy. Matthew also competed nationally at the George Mason (Costello) Trial Advocacy Competition in Washington D.C. in 2013 and 2014 where he placed first and fourth respectively, as a member of one of the top criminal defense teams in the country.
Prior to law school, Matthew earned a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and History, with honors, from Louisiana State University and was inducted into the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi his junior year.