As the captain of this ship, Doug is a fire-engine red streak of energy. Bold, tenacious, cheerful, with just a hint (okay, a heap) of rebellion, he founded Thomas Law Firm in 2013 to offer more creative fixes for drunk and drugged-driving charges.
William Smith (“Will”) is an experienced litigator who has both prosecuted and defended nearly every type of traffic offense, including traffic offenses involving death. Will is a former Deputy District Attorney. While with the District Attorney’s Office, Will acted in a supervisory capacity, overseeing other Deputy District Attorneys and handling the office’s sensitive matters.
Jason R. Wolfe is an experienced trial attorney who is dedicated to working for the best possible results for his clients. After graduating from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law in 2006, Jason joined the Nineteenth Judicial District Attorney’s Office and began his career as a Deputy District Attorney. While working for the D.A. Jason gained valuable experience learning how the criminal justice system operates and how the prosecution approaches cases, appearing on behalf of the People of the State of Colorado in criminal proceedings.
Ms. Ahnell joined Thomas Law Firm in 2008. Ms. Ahnell practices civil litigation, including insurance defense, workers’ compensation and subrogation. Ms. Ahnell has defended employers and insurance carriers before administrative agencies for the past seven years. Ms. Ahnell also represents employers and insurance carriers in civil litigation matters in Federal and State Courts. Ms. Ahnell represents client interests in all phases of litigation, including hearings, trials and appeals.
Alissa M. Peashka practices civil litigation, including workers’ compensation defense, representing employers and their insurers, in Colorado for Thomas Law Firm. She has been admitted to practice since 2011. From 2011 until 2013, she clerked for a state district court judge. Since March 2013, she has practiced workers’ compensation law. However, her love of the law began, at a minimum, over ten years ago, first as a legal secretary, then as a paralegal.