Sutton Booker P.C.

Sandy M. Eloranto

Office Phone: 720.625.8833
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Practice Areas

  • Construction Liability
  • Coverage
  • General Liability
  • Other Areas
  • Property
Ms. Eloranto has more than 15 years of experience in insurance defense, bad faith, products liability, medical and legal malpractice, premises liability, construction and commercial matters. In addition to insurance defense, she has handled drug and device cases filed in state, federal and MDL courts, complex E-Discovery matters, and medical privacy issues. Ms. Eloranto has defended numerous cases involving catastrophic injuries, giving her the ability to quickly assess complex medical causation and damages issues and retain physicians and other medical experts to defend her clients. Ms. Eloranto has managed a number of multi-million dollar E-Discovery collections from the preservation and collection phase through production. She has drafted legal hold policies, managed the collection and production of foreign language documents, and negotiated complicated two-tier protective orders and electronic document production specifications.


  • B.S., Oregon State University
  • J.D., University of Oregon

Bar Admissions

  • Colorado
  • Washington (inactive)
  • United States District Court, District of Colorado

Awards And Honors

  • 2010 Colorado Super Lawyers Rising Star
  • Volunteer Judge for Arapahoe County Bar Association’s Mock Trial Tournament
  • Oregon Law Review

Personal/Civil Memberships

  • Colorado Women’s Bar Association
  • Faculty of Federal Advocates
  • Colorado Defense Lawyers Association
  • Defense Research Institute
  • Arapahoe County Bar Association
  • Colorado Bar Association


  • Prevailed on a number of pretrial motions in a high exposure insurance bad faith case, leading to a favorable settlement for the client. The Court’s rulings excluded most of the Plaintiff’s bad faith expert’s opinions, the policy limits, evidence about plaintiff’s reasonable expectations when purchasing coverage, reserves, and speculative future lost wages.
  • Obtained an order quashing substituted service under C.R.S. § 42-7-414(3)(a) on a driver who was not a named insured, on the basis that allowing a plaintiff to use the statute to obtain personal jurisdiction over someone who was not a named insured violates due process.
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