For the past decade, Ms. Crowell has focused her career on litigating cases on behalf of injury victims and their families. She has handled thousands of cases involving products liability, mass tort, wrongful death, traumatic brain injury, personal injury, and defective medical devices, and has successfully recovered substantial compensation on behalf of her clients.
In addition to advocating for Dalimonte Rueb Stoller clients, Ms. Crowell is currently working to help with the firm’s involvement in coordinating and leading several consolidated actions on behalf of all plaintiffs’ attorneys and plaintiffs, nationwide.
Before beginning her career as an advocate for injury victims, Ms. Crowell was a judicial extern of the Honorable George H. Foster at Maricopa County Superior Court and the Honorable John C. Gemmill at the Arizona Court of Appeals, Division I. Additionally, she was selected to extern for Arizona Governors Janet Napolitano and Jan Brewer in the Governor of Arizona’s Office of General Counsel.
Through her efforts to establish King’s Foundation, founded in honor of her son, Connor William, Ms. Crowell is dedicated to raising awareness of Leukodystrophies (a group of rare, progressive, genetic diseases affecting the brain and spinal cord).
Also, in her free time, Ms. Crowell volunteers as an attorney coach for a college preparatory high school mock trial team, teaching and encouraging advocacy and trial skills that translate into real life skills.
Ms. Crowell received her Juris Doctor from Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University. There, she was a Managing Editor and writer with the Arizona State Law Journal. Her publications include Broad Discretion: A Choice in Applying Offensive Non-Mutual Collateral Estoppel, 40 Ariz. St. L.J. 1145 (2008).
Ms. Crowell performed her undergraduate work at the University of Arizona, where she graduated in just three years, with Honors, for her studies in economics with an emphasis in business management, and political science.