Sean Greenwood


Practicing law since 1991, Sean has handled vaccine cases for 16 years. His experience and dedication are crucial to protecting your rights and recovering the compensation you deserve. Sean works with well-qualified neurologists, immunologists, and other specialists to prepare and present the best case for you. He is licensed in New York, Texas, and the Federal Court of Claims in Washington D.C. Sean can represent vaccine clients from all 50 states.


Anna Carruth


Anna grew up in McKinney, Texas and is a first-generation law school graduate who handles civil litigation matters. Anna graduated from The University of Texas at Austin in 2015 and received her law degree from the University of Houston Law Center. During law school, Anna served as the Senior Articles Editor for the Houston Journal of International Law. While at UHLC, Anna also co-founded and was Vice President of LawHorns, the alumni association for UT grads at UHLC. Anna’s goal is to work closely with clients through every step of the litigation process to help them navigate the legal system with ease. Anna handles all cases with the client’s goals in mind in order to achieve the best possible outcome. Outside of the office, Anna enjoys spending time with friends and family, cheering on UT sports teams, and playing with her cat, Sampson.

John Hebert


John Hebert Jr. was born and raised in Pasadena, Texas. John earned his Bachelor of Science in Psychology at the University of Houston and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Houston Law Center. John was a law clerk for several law firms in the Greater Houston Area where he gained valuable experience in employment, civil, and complex litigation. John is goal oriented, hardworking, and dedicated to the pursuit of mastering the civil litigation process to effectively resolve client’s legal issues. John believes that favorable legal outcomes require open collaboration and communication between clients and attorneys. John spends his spare time with friends and family and is usually found on his patio wearing slippers and reading a book.

Zafar "Zaf" Tahir


Mr. Tahir serves as the Commissioner for Houston Planning and Houston Airports. Mr. Tahir has a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Cullen College (’84) and an MBA from Bauer (’99,) both at UH, and a J.D. from Thurgood Marshall (2013.) He is licensed in the State of Texas as an Attorney and as a Professional Engineer (Inactive status). He is married to Yasmeen who works for Northwestern Mutual Life. They have two boys - Emad works for PWC as an Accountant and Farhad works for Shell in procurement. Tahir became a business owner in 1996. He was in the gasoline business with Exxon, Phillips 66, Mobil, and ConocoPhillips from 1996-2012. Mr. Tahir served as the President of a Trade group called “STADA” South Texas Area Dealers Association, that won a case in federal court representing gasoline dealers against Exxon (Mathis v. Exxon). Tahir also owned Taji Controls & Instrumentation from 1996-2009, an engineering & technology consulting firm. Tahir served as President of ISDI, an international development & consulting firm on various projects in South Asia and the Middle East (2004-2009.) Currently Mr. Tahir has a consulting and legal practice in Houston, that focuses on business litigation, international law and development & engineering related activities. Mr. Tahir serves on the Board of UH Bauer College of Business. He is a founding Board Member of the Islamic Arts Society and serves as the Chair of the Islamic Society of Greater Houston’s Government & Public Affairs division. He is also a founding Board Member of YOUR HOUSTON a non-profit Houston region advocacy group. In the past Mr. Tahir has served on the Boards of the Asia Society and Crime Stoppers.