Practice areas


Employment Law

Harassment can take many forms, all of which interfere with your rights as an employee. Sexual harassment is only one, albeit common, form of unlawful harassment. If you are being harassed because of a protected characteristic, such as your race, national origin, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy, religion, disability, you may have a claim for unlawful harassment. Workplace bullying can make the workplace seem unsafe and threatening. If you believe you are the victim of unlawful harassment, be sure to document your mistreatment and contact our office immediately.

Many employers require employees to enter employment agreements as a condition of employment. While there are legitimate reasons for having employment agreements, they often include Confidentiality, Non-Competition and/or Non-Solicitation provisions that are overbroad and therefore unenforceable. If you have questions about an employment agreement, or if you need representation in a legal matter concerning an employment agreement, we can help.
If you have suffered adverse employment action or termination after reporting or complaining about the conduct or actions of your employer or a coworker that you believe were unlawful or illegal, you may have a claim.

Have your rights as a person with a disability been violated by your employer? If you are a person living with physical, mental, psychiatric, and cognitive disabilities, and you have been treated differently or discriminated against, your rights may have been violated. Thunderbird Law Group has extensive experience representing individuals with disabilities. If you have been denied employment or treated differently based on your disability, you may have a claim.

If you have been denied employment, passed over for promotion, treated differently than your coworkers because of a protected characteristic, such as your race, national origin, age, sex, gender, sexual orientation, pregnancy, religion, disability, you may have a discrimination claim.

If you have been denied medical leave to care for yourself or a close relative (parents, spouse, or children), or if you were subject to adverse employment actions or termination as a result of having taken or requested protected medical leave, your rights may have been violated.

If you have been denied rightful pay for hours worked, underpaid for your time, or misclassified as a salaried/exempt employee or independent contractor, you may have a claim for compensation.

Personal Injury

At Thunderbird Law Group, we believe one of the most important aspects of pursuing a wrongful death claim is finding someone you can trust who will advocate for you and your family. Grieving families should not have to stress about medical bills or suffer from the loss of household income.

At Thunderbird Law Group, our experienced legal team is committed to helping clients who have suffered catastrophic injuries due to the careless or reckless actions of others. We can help you and your family seek maximum compensation for the most serious personal injury cases involving trucking accidents, brain injuries, and other life-altering incidents. Our firm is dedicated to providing personalized and effective representation so you can focus on recovery from your injuries and move forward with your life.
Have you or a loved one been harmed by negligent medical treatment of a doctor or other healthcare provider? At Thunderbird Law Group our team can help you pursue a medical malpractice claim. We can help you seek compensation for damages, such as medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.

Unlawful sexual harassment can occur outside of an employee-employer relationship. It can occur anywhere, and to anyone. Unwelcome and offensive comments, or any form of physical contact without your consent, can give rise to a potential claim. If you are a victim sexual harassment, or if you have been physically or sexually assaulted, be sure to document any evidence and contact our office immediately.

Civil Rights (Law Enforcement Focus)

Have you or someone you know been the victim of excessive force by a member of law enforcement? If you or your loved one were the victims of excessive force, police brutality, or if you believe your Civil Rights were violated by Police or Law Enforcement, contact us online or call our office today at 602-753-2933 to schedule your consultation.