Ms. Vieira graduated from University of Detroit Mercy School of Law with honors and is an active member of the American Bar Association, Hispanic Bar Association of Michigan, Women Lawyer’s Association of Michigan, American Association for Justice, and Michigan Association for Justice.

How I Serve Clients

Having just graduated law school and taken the bar exam in the spring/summer of 2017, I looked for a law firm in which I could not only grow professionally, but also personally. That is what I have found in Olsman, MacKenzie & Wallace, because we put our clients first and we treat our cases as if the injured individuals were part of our own families.

Facilities that help those who need a little extra assistance should ensure that rules and regulations are strictly followed to guarantee the health and safety of our loved ones. More importantly, the employees and administrators of these facilities must never forget that their job is to devotedly and kindly take care of someone’s grandmother, someone’s mother, someone’s brother, someone’s husband, someone’s friend. When something goes wrong in a person’s care, I handle the case knowing that the family’s trust has already been violated, so it is my job to make sure that our clients’ trust in us is maintained.

This firm is proud to help families in the process of seeking justice for the suffering of their loved ones. I go to work every day with the drive and passion that I would want my own attorney to have. Obtaining the best result is the ultimate goal of a lawyer, and that is why being a fierce advocate is so crucial. We at the firm remember every day that restoring the balance in our clients’ lives after they have suffered a loss is our job, and we take it seriously.

Outside the office, Thamara is an active community member and frequently volunteers.  Thamara is fluent in Spanish.