“Injured workers deserve someone who will passionately fight to get them as much as they can.”

Matthew Gizzi was born and raised in Lawrenceville, NJ. In 1998, he reached a milestone and moved to Colorado to attend college at the University of Colorado in Boulder. It was there he studied political science with the idea of eventually attending law school in the future.

After receiving his undergraduate degree at Rider University, Matthew took his talents to study law at the University of Denver. During his time in law school, Mr. Gizzi solely focused on plaintiff-oriented litigation, an area he continues to focus on throughout his professional career. In 2008, Matthew graduated from the University of Denver’s law program and passed the bar exam.

Before joining Franklin D. Azar & Associates P.C., he garnered experience in the arena of workers’ compensation claims by representing injured workers.  He discovered a passion in this area of law because he felt, injured workers need to know their rights and the benefits their entitled to receive. Mr. Gizzi has successfully obtained favorable outcomes for his clients due to more than a decade of experience in the field.

In his spare time, Matt enjoys hiking and camping the different landscapes of Colorado. He remains devoted to spending time with his wife and being active with his two young children. Frank Azar & Associates, values Matthew Gizzi as a unique individual and professional who clients can trust when they need answers.

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    Jon M

    Aug, 2022

    Matthew Gizzi
    Professionalism, Helpful

    Mathew Gizzi was very helpful and professional in handling my claim and was very thorough in his work. I would definitely recommend Mr Gizzi and Franklin D Azar & Associates in the future!

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    G. D.

    Nov, 2021

    Matthew Gizzi
    Professionalism, Quality, Responsiveness, Value

    Matthew Gizzi was my attorney for my work injury, & he made sure that the insurance company did what they were supposed to do. He gave excellent counsel & made sure that I didn’t get lowballed by the company I worked for.