Tara’s practice focuses on personal injury, traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries, insurance bad faith, and wrongful death cases. She understands that unexpected accidents and injuries are difficult, disruptive and often turn lives upside down. Tara is aggressive in protecting the rights of her clients and is dedicated to sharing their stories. She has a keen eye for detail and cares about how the difficult situations her clients face impact their daily lives. Her clients consistently regard her as a compassionate, patient, and professional advocate with superb listening skills and attention to detail. Tara is passionate about providing personalized services and seeking justice for each of her clients.
A Colorado native, Tara began working as a legal assistant in 2002. She continued to work within the field of law as she has a Bachelor’s of Science and an International Masters in Business Administration from the University of Denver Daniels College of Business. She earned her law degree at the University of San Diego School of Law before returning to Colorado to practice.
Volunteering and working with the community has always been close to Tara’s heart. She works with the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Colorado as a former wish granter and is the current Co-Chair of the Annual Make-A-Wish Holiday Wish Store at Children’s Hospital. An avid reader, Tara is passionate about the importance of reading and education. She is currently working to build and establish several Little Free Libraries in Denver, Loveland and Fort Collins
Tara previously worked with Metro Volunteer Lawyers and the Rocky Mountain Children’s Law Center, advocating for children as a Guardian Ad-Litem through the center’s domestic violence program. As a former member of the Junior League of Denver, Tara was part of the Read-to-Kids program, providing free books and learning opportunities to thousands of families in the Denver Metro Area. During her studies at the University of Denver, Tara was the president of GIVE (Graduates Involved in Volunteer Efforts). She traveled to Tanzania, where she worked with a nonprofit called Peace House, a school for orphaned and underprivileged children.