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After graduating with honors from law school at Northern Kentucky University, Tad Thomas opened his own practice in Louisville. He quickly gravitated to the area of personal injury and civil litigation, an area where he could assist clients in their time of need. Seven years later Mr. Thomas was given the honor of being invited to assist Kentucky Attorney General Jack Conway and leading the Civil and Environmental Division of the Attorney General's Office. Only a few months later he was promoted to one of two Assistant Deputy Attorneys General and was given the responsibility of overseeing four divisions and all of the office's civil litigation. These four divisions consisted of over 100 personnel including lawyers, staff and sworn law enforcement officers.
Phone: (502) 688-5052
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Lindsy Lopez attended Iowa State University with a double major in Political Science/International studies and a minor in music before going on to graduate from the University of Iowa College of Law in 2009. During law school, she served as the Senior Managing Editor of the Iowa Law Review, as well as a clerk with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Minnesota. Mrs. Lopez graduated with honors and was a recipient of the Boyd Service Award for her commitment to public service during law school.
Phone: (502) 688-5065 Fax: (877) 955-7002 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn After more than 15 years serving clients in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana, Lou Schneider joined Thomas Law Offices in June 2018. He brings knowledge and experience from his years as a partner in a mid-sized Cincinnati law firm and owner and operator of the Schneider Law Firm to the Thomas team.
Phone: (502) 888-1164 Fax: (877) 955-7002 Email: email@example.com LinkedIn Mr. Jasper joined the Thomas Law Offices in January of 2019 after seven years practicing nursing home and medical malpractice litigation in Kentucky, Georgia, and Arkansas for a large national law firm. His primary area of practice is civil litigation with an emphasis on nursing home negligence, medical malpractice, and other serious personal injury matters.
Phone: 502-901-4450 ext. 1028
Kevin Weis has continuously represented since 1999 people seriously injured or killed as the result of negligent individuals and corporations in such areas as Motor Vehicle Negligence, Medical/Healthcare Negligence, Premises Liability (“slip and falls”), Products Liability, Dog Bites, Tractor Trailer Negligence, and General Negligence. His passion is to assist his clients in obtaining fair compensation for what has been lost and cannot be replaced, to hold wrongdoers accountable, and to protect innocent people from such dangers, and to ensure his clients are treated with dignity and respect from the powerful and well-funded adversaries clients face in a time of stress and uncertainty.
Phone: (573) 607-1818
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Mike Campbell's private practice, The Law Office of Mike Campbell, joined forces with Thomas Law Offices in 2020, and he now heads the firm's Columbia, MO office. Mike focuses on representing individuals who have been seriously injured as well as their families.
Phone: (573) 607-1818
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Ms. Arnold grew up in St. Clair, MO. She is a December 2013 graduate of Southern Illinois University School of Law. She was admitted to the Missouri Bar in April 2014 and has practiced in Mid-Missouri ever since. She is the President of the Audrain County Bar Association, a member of the Boone County Bar Association Young Lawyers Section, a member of the American Association for Justice, the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys and the Missouri Bar Association.
Phone: (502) 466-5536 ext. 1036
Leslie Pescia is an Auburn University graduate, graduating cum laude in 2009 with dual degrees in Political Science and Criminology. While at Auburn, Leslie was selected to work in the Open Source Intelligence Laboratory where she was able to develop invaluable skills while working on real-world national intelligence issues.
Phone: (502) 466-2637
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James Nicholas "Nick" Thompson was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky, and is a 2006 graduate of St. Xavier High School. He attended Centre College in Danville, Kentucky, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and swam competitively on the Colonel’s Swimming and Diving Team. Mr. Thompson received his J.D., graduating magna cum laude, from the Northern Kentucky University Salmon P. Chase College of Law in 2021.
Phone: (513) 788-4966
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Eric Kiser is a native of West Tennessee and West Kentucky. While attending the University of Louisville as a McConnell Scholar, he double-majored in Political Science and History. Mr. Kiser is a 2015 graduate of the Washington & Lee University School of Law in Lexington, VA. He earned his juris doctor while serving as an Honor Advocate within the school’s honor system, and he clerked for the Kentucky Attorney General’s Office and a Virginia State Court judge during law school.
David Barber began trying cases to Kentucky juries immediately after graduating from law school, serving as a prosecutor in Carter County while also working in personal injury and civil litigation. He tried his first case within a week of his admission to practice, and won his first civil verdict in federal court—related to a chemical spill near his hometown of Ashland—within two years. Mr. Barber has tried over 120 cases to Kentucky juries, and has represented clients around the country and the U.S. Virgin Islands with numerous pro hac vice admissions. After working with several plaintiff-oriented law firms, Mr. Barber established his own firm, Barber Law Office, in 2011.
Phone: (502) 688-5051
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Julie Pahler Anderson was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky. She graduated from the University of Kentucky in 2018 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a minor in English. Julie is 2021 a cum laude graduate of the University of Louisville’s Brandeis School of Law. While in law school, Julie was the President of the Kentucky Student Justice Association, affiliated with the Kentucky Justice Association, a Central High School Teaching Fellow, and was elected by her peers to serve as a member of Honor Council. She was admitted to the Kentucky Bar Association in October 2021.