Theodore "Todd" Julian has been in practice at B&C since 1989. In his career he has defended personal injury claims for insurance companies and self-insured businesses and he also has extensive experience representing personal injury victims and their families. An Arizona Native, Todd is part of an elite group of less than 170 attorneys who are Certified Specialists in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Litigation by the Arizona Board of Legal Specialization. He represents clients in cases involving personal injury and wrongful death, including auto, trucking and motorcycle collisions, premises liability (slip and fall), dog/animal attacks, explosive and burn injuries and products liability. He has been admitted to practice in various tribal courts in the Western United States and is uniquely qualified from his experience in representing tribal casinos and business enterprises to be able to handle injury claims against casinos where there is no conflict.
Wendi has been certified by the State Bar of Arizona as a specialist in Personal Injury and Wrongful Death law due to her nearly three decades of litigation experience in both state and federal court. Her practice focuses on providing mediation services and defending aggravated liability and damages matters, including Federal Motor Carrier (trucking accident) cases, vehicular products liability matters, construction site injury and death matters, and premises liability cases.
After nearly twenty years of practicing primarily in the area of civil litigation, Jake has re-focused his practice on liquor licensing and compliance over the past several years. Jake now leads Burch & Cracchiolo’s liquor licensing and compliance department. In that role, Jake handles all manner of issues concerning compliance with Arizona’s liquor laws, including obtaining licenses for retailers, distributors and producers; auditing liquor practices for compliance with local, state, and federal requirements; responding to allegations of non-compliance, defending liquor violation complaints before the Department of Liquor, including appeals to the Superior Court and Court of Appeals; and the sale of quota licenses.
Paul Kular is an insurance defense attorney with 18 years of experience. In addition to insurance defense, his practice focuses on construction law, personal injury, subrogation and coverage. His areas of concentration are in construction defect, all vehicular accidents to include trucking, auto, and motorcycle, and fire/water losses involving residential and commercial properties.
Bryan Murphy has practiced law for more than 30 years and is listed in Martindale Hubbell as an AV® Preeminent 5.0 out of 5 peer-review rated attorney. He has a varied trial practice, focusing on complex litigation in both commercial and personal injury cases.
Gregory Rosenthal is an AV® Preeminent peer review rated attorney in Martindale-Hubbell whose practice focuses on civil litigation matters, representing clients in cases involving serious personal injury, wrongful death, products liability, negligence, premises liability and construction matters. Greg joined Burch & Cracchiolo after a distinguished career with Rosenthal Law Offices where he practiced in partnership with his father for 18 years.
Bucky is a top-rated trial advocate and emerging leader in his field, He focuses his practice solely on serious personal injury, medical malpractice and wrongful death claims, and he provides much-needed representation and support to clients across Arizona who have suffered an injury or lost a loved one as a result of someone else's negligence or wrongdoing. Bucky has a broad range of clients as he is fluent in Spanish and has a deep understanding of the Hispanic culture.
Keith Olbricht practices in all areas of Construction-related and General Liability litigation and serves as Co-Chair of the Construction Defect-General Liability Practice Group. He has served as lead counsel for construction industry clients in multi-million dollar residential and commercial litigation matters for clients including numerous developers, general contractors and subcontractors in complex litigation matters.