NATHAN MORRIS is a native of Las Vegas and graduate of Green Valley High School. An alumnus of UCLA School of Law, he is licensed to practice law in Nevada, California, and several tribal courts around the nation. Nathan worked for years out of New York and Los Angeles with one of the nation’s most successful class-action plaintiff’s law firms where he represented unions, municipalities, tribes, and individuals across the nation in multi-million dollar litigations. Nathan has returned to his home here in Las Vegas, Nevada to represent those in our valley in need. Nathan’s practice is focused on personal injury litigation and criminal defense.Read More
RYAN ANDERSON attended Brigham Young University where he obtained his B.S. in Political Science in 2004. He then went on to J. Reuben Clark School of Law at Brigham Young University where he achieved his J.D. in 2008. He was admitted to State Bar of Nevada in 2008. Ryan is admitted to practice in U.S. District Court, District of Nevada and U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit. Ryan has tried and resolved numerous cases totaling millions of dollars in verdicts and settlements.Read More
Kimball Jones is passionate about achieving justice for his clients. His practice focuses on personal injury litigation and he has settled millions of dollars in personal injury claims. Kimball is licensed to practice law in Nevada and Idaho.
Before practicing law Kimball attended Brigham Young University-Idaho where he earned a B.S. in Economics. Kimball graduated more than a year early, finishing in the top five percent of his class overall and as the university’s top economics student in 2005.Read More
Jacqueline Bretell was born in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, and moved to Nashville, Tennessee with her parents and brother in 1995. Jacqueline attended the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, where she was a member (and later Captain) of the UTC Mock Trial Team, and President of the Pre-Law Club. Jacqueline graduated with a Bachelors of Science degree in Political Science at the age of 20.Read More
Attorney Chad Schaub leads and manages the successful Arizona Personal Injury team here at Bighorn Law. Chad graduated magna cum laude from Arizona State University, W.P. Carey School of Business and received a degree in Business Administration. Upon graduation at Arizona State University, Chad was nominated and selected for the Outstanding Student Award of his graduating class. Chad received his Juris Doctor from Arizona Summit School of Law and is licensed to practice law in the State of Arizona.Read More
Josh Berrett focuses his practice on personal injury litigation. He is licensed to practice law in Nevada and Utah.
After graduating with a Bachelors of Arts degree in History, Joshua attended law school at the J. Reuben Clark Law School at Brigham Young University. While in law school, Joshua served as the president of the Real Estate Law Society and the lead editor of the school’s International Law and Management Review.Read More
Attorney Jacob Leavitt is part of the successful workers’ compensation team here at Bighorn Law. The workers’ compensation team is dedicated to making the often times painful and confusing process of workers compensation into a better experience to get injured workers back into their lives.Read More
Attorney Dan Gilliam started his practice at the Clark County Public Defender’s office, where he represented thousands of individuals charged with crimes ranging from misdemeanors to felonies.
After leaving the Clark County Public Defender’s office, Dan Gilliam practiced law for 8 years as an Assistant City Attorney in the City of Henderson. As an Assistant City Attorney, Dan prosecuted thousands of DUI charges, as well as well as other misdemeanors.
Dan has been recognized by the American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys as one of the 10 Best Attorneys for providing exceptional and outstanding customer service, and by the American Society of Legal Advocates as a Top 100 Criminal Defense Lawyer in the state of Nevada.
With a diverse professional background ranging from congressional affairs on Capitol Hill, to industrial relations in the motion picture industry, Fili has a knack for problem-solving amidst conflict. He is a strategist, finding the most effective and efficient paths to resolution.
Fili began his legal career in insurance defense at a prominent trial firm in Salt Lake City, Utah. His very first assignment was to draft an appellate brief in a multi-million dollar case that ultimately led to a winning decision before the Utah Supreme Court. He would later use his advocacy skills as chief counsel and senior policy advisor with the U.S. House of Representatives, representing U.S. bilateral interests in Latin America, Asia, the Pacific, Canada, the Caribbean and Indian Country. Fili’s more recent experience in the private sector allowed him the opportunity to facilitate industrial relations between signatory studios and labor unions in Hollywood.
After several years on the east and west coasts, Fili returned to his legal roots in the Mountain West region, this time protecting his clientele’s interests against the multi-billion dollar insurance industry.
Siria L. Gutiérrez
Siria L. Gutiérrez (pronounced “Sydia”) immigrated to the US from Guatemala as a baby. Growing up in Northern California, she moved to Las Vegas after completing her undergraduate studies at the University of California Los Angeles. Siria clerked for the Honorable Valorie J. Vega in the Eighth Judicial District Court of the State of Nevada after earning her law degree in 2010 from the William S. Boyd School of Law. Before joining the Bighorn Law family, Siria defended Fortune 500 companies, casinos, insurance companies, and various professionals including other lawyers, architects, and board members. She now uses the knowledge and skills that she learned on the defense side to help individuals build their cases and be prepared for what the insurance companies will throw at them.
Even though Siria was on the dark side, her commitment to the community has always been present. While in law school, she helped found the now two-time award-winning mentorship program Huellas (“Footprints” in Spanish), established in 2008. Huellas is a four-tier pipeline mentorship program designed to encourage minority students to enter the legal profession. Siria is an active member and past President of the Las Vegas Latino Bar Association. Siria currently serves as Vice President of Soroptimist International Metropolitan Las Vegas. Soroptimist is an international non-profit volunteer organization of women dedicate to improving the lives of women and girls throughout the world through education and empowerment. SIMLV focuses on bringing awareness to human trafficking in the Las Vegas Valley and mentoring girls on career opportunities.
When Siria is not litigating or volunteering, she is an advocate for mental and physical health, enjoys live theater, is a huge fan of the CW show Supernatural, and loves traveling and spending time with her boyfriend.
Jennifer Langi is originally from Mexico and received her law degree from J. Reuben Clark Law School. Before joining Bighorn Law, Ms. Langi practiced immigration law exclusively in Salt Lake City and Dallas, Texas. During that time she successfully represented clients pursuing non-immigrant employment visas, employment-based immigration, family-based immigration, humanitarian relief, and deportation relief before the Salt Lake City and Dallas Immigration Courts as well as the Board of Immigration Appeals. Ms. Langi is licensed in Utah can represent clients in federal immigration matters in all fifty states and every U.S. consulate.
Ms. Langi is of Mexican and Native American descent and her husband is the son of Tongan immigrants. She served an 18-month volunteer church mission in the Dominican Republic before attending law school and speaks Spanish fluently. In her free time she enjoys spending time with her family and building Legos with her children.
For us, justice is not an abstract term. It’s something we create every day, for everyday people.
We’ve all heard the expression that everyone deserves a fair day in court. We don’t believe that a person’s wealth or intelligence should have anything to do with their right to justice. If you have been harmed, you deserve compensation. And if insurance companies are using your inexperience to keep your hard-earned money, then you deserve someone with experience and tenacity to get it back.
Our firm exists because we want to help you fight the bad guys, but we know you can’t do it alone. You need people who know the system, the jargon, the rules, so we can beat corporations at their game and give you the outcome you deserve.
In a world of exploiters and exploited, we fight for the exploited. In a battle between big shots and little guys, we’re with the little guy. Where insurance companies care about the bottom line, we care about the top priority: you.
That’s why we come to work every day. It’s that simple.