Jan Guynn is a certified paralegal and has worked for 25 years in Colorado on cases involving personal injury, medical malpractice, wrongful death, insurance bad faith, insurance coverage disputes, premises liability, collection of judgments, and contracts. Ms. Guynn has worked at Cameron W. Tyler and Associates, P.C. since 1998.
Ms. Guynn has long been heavily involved in the horse industry, on the board of the Rocky Mountain Quarter Horse Association, focusing on youth programs. She has served as President of the Molly PearceEaker Foundation for Donate Life. Ms. Guynn enjoys martial arts, golf, and live music.
Denver Paralegal Institute, 1990
University of Colorado Boulder, B.A. 1978
Anthony Smith has worked as a legal assistant for thirty years in Colorado, on cases involving personal injury, worker’s compensation, social security disability, product liability, mesothelioma, asbestosis, beryliosis, medical malpractice, aviation accidents, collections, foreclosures, and real estate transactions. Mr. Smith has worked at Cameron W. Tyler and Associates, P.C. since 1998.
Mr. Smith enjoys roadcycling, skiing, guitar and bluegrass music, which he and his wife perform as a duet.
West Los Angelos College, A.A. 1984
Colorado Real Estate Broker’s license 2004
Stacey Thompson worked in real estate in Boulder for over 19 years before coming to Cameron W. Tyler and Associates, P.C. in 2008.
Ms. Thompson volunteers at the Humane Society of Boulder, Boulder schools, with special needs youth and at church. Ms. Thompson enjoys the performing arts, activities with her family, pets, travel and the Colorado outdoors.
University of North Dakota, B.A. 1987