|AL||Authorized to practice law||1996||12/10/2015|
|Senior associate||Goldberg & Dohan, P.C.||2009 - 2012|
|senior associate||Sawaya Law Firm||2007 - 2009|
|Senior Associate||Fisher, Sweetbaum, Levin & Sands||2004 - 2007|
|Samford University, Cumberland School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1996|
|University of Alabama - Birmingham||Mass Communication||BA - Bachelor of Arts||N/A|
Posted by Kiley
I recently used Thornburgh Law for a car accident settlement. The car accident was a long time ago and I was getting no where with the woman who hit me's insurance. Carrie stepped in and took care of everything! She handled it all and kept me in the loop the whole time. I had to sign things here and there, but never had to talk to an insurance claims person or adjuster. I ended up getting way more money than I thought was possible. It was a very easy process and I would refer anyone in an accident to call her!
Posted by Jennifer lalonde
Carrie Thornburg took my case eight months ago. I tried to get a hold of her on several occasions with no phone call back. I had a previous injury eighteen years ago to the same body part. I had only talked to Carrie twice in eight months when and if she called me back it was through email. After five months with no communication with Carrie she finally asked me to send my medical records. So I went to the doctors office to retain my medical records which I had to pay almost &20.00 dollars to send them to her the lady at the Doctors office told me that the attorney usually request the medical records. Finally she told me that I did not have any proof my injury is work related. So she told me that we had to settle. Carrie did not even put an effort in to going to court to prove that my injury was an aggravation of my first injury. So I have &4,000 dollars in out of pocket medical bills and a lot of bills I could not pay when I was out of work for eight months. So now I am receiving a very small settlement that will barley cover my bills. So I am 56 years old and only have one profession that I know I cant go back to the same profession because I am afraid I will re injure myself. So now I don't know what I am going to do for work. I really thought Carrie was a compassionate attorney but now I feel she is just in it for a quick buck. If your case is not a case where it will make her a lot of money she doesn't care. I have had two Ulnar Nerve Decompression on each elbow in the past eight months. My first injury was tendentious isn't there a connection between the both injuries but I think she is more on the workman comp side than her clients. I feel like I could of done a better job on my own with out her so called representation. I am very disappointed in her lack of work.
Posted by Sandra
We have used her several times and could not have been more happy. She is very professional and attentive saved my husbands job during a very difficult period. I would highly recommend her!!!
Jane Lucero, Insurance Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I endorse this lawyer. Carrie Thornburgh is a skilled and professional attorney in the fields of personal injury and Workers Compensation law. Her natural compassion makes her a great advocate for her clients. I often refer potential personal injury and Workers Compensation clients to Ms. Thornburgh.
Daniel Rosen, Personal injury Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
I endorse this attorney. Carrie Thornburgh is an outstanding Colorado attorney. We have worked together on numerous cases with overall excellent results. She has the expertise and skills necessary to provide the best represenation possible for her clients. Her staff is always available and they are very committed to their clients.