Tamara K. Crolla was born and raised in Wyoming where her outspokenness and strong sense of justice grew into a lifelong goal of becoming a lawyer. She attended the University of Wyoming where she earned a bachelor’s degree in English in 2000 and graduated from the UW College of Law with honors in 2005.
Ms. Crolla has practiced many areas of law over the course of her career including criminal defense and prosecution, civil litigation of all types, injury law, family law, bankruptcy, energy law, business, and transactional work.
Tamara K. Crolla has always had a passion for helping others and speaking up for the underdog, the bullied, and the injured, which has led to representing individuals who need someone to fight for them against the bigger, richer, and more powerful bullies. She has represented clients injured in work accidents, car crashes, motorcycle crashes, as well as though injured due to unsafe premises and product defects.
Ms. Crolla has spent many hours inside and outside courtrooms zealously advocating for her clients. She has obtained millions of dollars in settlements and jury verdicts on behalf of her injured clients. Her favorite place to be is advocating for those who have been hurt and getting them the compensation they deserve. She is licensed in state and federal courts in Wyoming, Maine, and Arizona, as well as the U.S. District Court for Colorado.
Tamara K. Crolla and her family moved to Arizona in 2022 and have been soaking up the sun and enjoying not having to shovel snow. When she’s not fighting for the best outcomes for her clients, she enjoys spending time with her husband and three kids, swimming, playing her violin, and enjoying video games.
- University of Wyoming, BA English – 2000
- University of Wyoming School of Law, JD – 2005
- State of Arizona
- United States District Court, District of Arizona
- State of Wyoming
- United States District Court, District of Wyoming
- State of Maine
- United States District Court, District of Maine
- United States District Court, District of Colorado