LOUISVILLE, KY – Thomas Law Offices is pleased to announce its expansion into the State of Missouri and its merger with the Law Office of Mike Campbell. The firm’s fourth office will be located in Columbia, Missouri, and will officially open its doors on September 1, 2020.
Tad Thomas, managing partner of the firm, is excited to continue the firm’s expansion and bring his firm’s client-centered approach to Missouri. Of the merger with the Law Office of Mike Campbell, Mr. Thomas states, “When adding attorneys and staff, we not only look for talent, but we look for the right fit. Our attorneys are dedicated to the law and our entire firm is dedicated to client service. Mike and his team were a perfect match.”
Mike Campbell has been representing clients in central Missouri since 2011, and is active in trial lawyer associations such as the American Association for Justice and the Missouri Association of Trial Attorneys. About the merger, he says, “We are excited that our team is joining forces with Tad and his tremendous group of trial lawyers. Thomas Law Offices has a national reputation for excellence in representing injured victims across the country. Our inclusion in this team of dedicated lawyers ensures that our current and future clients will receive outstanding legal representation.”
Thomas Law Offices was founded by Tad Thomas in Louisville, KY and has offices in Chicago, IL, Cincinnati, OH and now Columbia, MO. The firm primarily represents individuals injured as the result of motor vehicle collisions, trucking collisions, nursing home neglect and abuse, medical malpractice, and defective products, including medical devices and pharmaceuticals. The firm also represents small and medium sized businesses in litigation and other professional matters.
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