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Louisville Personal Injury Attorney Tad Thomas to Present at a Number of Seminars and Conferences

Published on May 18, 2011 at 3:22 pm in Public Appearances.

On April 28, 2011, Louisville personal injury attorney Tad Thomas was pleased to travel to New Orleans to present to members of the American Association for Justice (AAJ) on technology and the paperless law office. The seminar, which focused on the litigation of car and trucking accidents, was held in conjunction with Jazzfest.

This was the first of many speaking engagements for Mr. Thomas this year. In June, he will be speaking again on paperless law offices at the Kentucky Justice Association’s seminar on technology, which will be held in Louisville, Kentucky. Also in June, Mr. Thomas will participate in a panel on social media in the practice of law that will be held in Lexington, Kentucky, at the Kentucky Bar Association’s annual convention. Then, in July, Mr. Thomas will be traveling to New York City to conduct a seminar on iPads and Apps at the American Association for Justice’s Annual Convention.

Mr. Thomas believes that an effective use of technology in aggressively litigating his clients’ cases, from the initial stages and through trial, is important to achieving a successful outcome. He is pleased to have been invited to speak at these and a number of other seminars and conventions that will be held well into the spring of 2012.

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Tad Thomas has dedicated his practice to representing plaintiffs in various types of civil litigation, including personal injury, business litigation, class actions, and multi-district litigation.

After graduating with his law degree in 2000 from Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University, Mr. Thomas immediately opened his own private practice and began representing injury victims.

In 2011, Thomas Law Offices was established in Louisville, Kentucky. Over the past decade, Mr. Thomas has expanded his firm and now has offices in three additional locations: Cincinnati, Ohio, Columbia, Missouri, and Chicago, Illinois. He is also a frequent lecturer on topics like trial skills and ethics and technology.

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