Aware of their motivations to pay as little as possible and equipped with the skills and strategies to prevent unfair compensation from happening to you, our attorneys have the experience that can make all the difference in the outcome of your case. We provide honest opinions and evaluations of each case and only agree to represent a case when we know it to be a valid claim. When you meet with a lawyer from our firm, you will learn whether or not you have a case and will find out exactly what we can do to win the compensation you deserve.
Rudolph & Hammond, like many of its clients, has been forced to deal with the tragedy of losing someone close to them when Paul Rudolph unexpectedly passed away on October 13, 2015. Paul was the founding member of Rudolph & Hammond and was widely regarded by clients and friends alike as a caring and generous person. Born in the heartland of Wisconsin, Paul graduated from law school with honors in 1991. Before turning to that calling, after earning his undergraduate degree at UT Austin, Paul served as one of the youngest DEA agents ever recruited straight from college, confirming his lifelong passion for law enforcement. Paul’s admiration and respect for those who take up the heroic mantle of law enforcement are exemplified by the strong bonds he built over the years with countless men and women in uniform, especially in the state of Arizona. Paul was nothing if not memorable, and he will be sorely missed but always remembered by all of those whose lives he touched.
Trinity was born and raised in California and now makes Arizona her home. She joined the Rudolph & Hammond team in 2021. She brings with her years of experience working as a paralegal, and now handles plaintiffs injury cases, insurance defense, and business litigation. She has a passion for effectively helping those in need and expanding her knowledge of civil litigation. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, writing, and volunteering with her local wildlife conservation group.
Renée originally joined Rudolph & Hammond in 2006 and recently re-joined the firm after a brief hiatus. Her areas of specialization are civil litigation and personal injury. She is a graduate of Arizona State University where she earned her Bachelor of Science in Communication. During her employment, she furthered her education and obtained her Master’s Degree in Negotiation, Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding from California State University Dominguez Hills. Her personal interests include spending time with family and friends, cooking, gardening, and pursuing fitness activities.
David was born and raised in Texas and now makes Arizona his home. He originally joined Rudolph & Hammond in 2003 as assistant to attorney Paul Rudolph and has recently re-joined the team bringing with him years of experience working as a paralegal in the areas of civil litigation and personal injury. He has a passion for advocating on behalf of persons who have been wronged or injured. Being fluent in Spanish, he enjoys establishing inter-personal connections with people of different backgrounds and cultures. In his spare time, he enjoys soccer, part-time acting, and playing with his Jack Russell Terrier.
Originally from Wyoming, Erika has lived in Arizona since 1998. She joined Rudolph & Hammond in January 2021 as the Firm Administrator. She oversees various HR, accounting, and financial operations. She brings with her degrees in both accounting and paralegal studies. Her free time outside of work is spent with her husband, Daniel, and their 3 children.
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