Thomas J. Chapman

Thomas J. Chapman - NextGen Injury Law

Thomas J. Chapman
NextGen Injury Law
515 North Flagler Drive Suite P-300
West Palm Beach, FL 33401



Thomas J. Chapman
NextGen Injury Law

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University of Florida
2006 - 2009



 Mr. Chapman is a trial attorney at NextGen Injury Law ( where he handles nursing home neglect, assisted living facility injuries, and home health care negligence cases. also provides ratings and reviews of nursing homes and of assisted living facilities in South Florida to help local residents find the best nursing homes and assisted living facilities in their area by identifying prior lawsuits, ratings, and reviews from other critics. 

Mr. Chapman graduated cum laude from the University of Florida - Levin College of Law in 2009.  While at the University of Florida, Thomas clerked for the Honorable Mary S. Schostok of the 2nd District Appellate Court of Illinois where he worked on a wide variety of cases including wrongful death and personal injury actions. Additionally, throughout law school, Mr. Chapman was a member of the Dean’s List.

Upon graduating, Mr. Chapman worked for several years at two prominent law firms in West Palm Beach where he handled numerous personal injury actions involving premises liability, general negligence, medical malpractice, nursing home litigation, and negligent security actions. Mr. Chapman is passionate about helping people in need and is dedicated to pursuing justice on behalf of his injured clients and their families.

Admitted to practice in Florida, Illinois, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida and Northern District of Illinois, he is also a member of The Florida Bar, the Palm Beach County Bar Association, American Bar Association, American Association for Justice, Illinois Bar, and Illinois State Bar Association.
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This compliance bundle provides 33 hours of CLE credit including the required 5 hours of ethics, professionalism, substance abuse, and mental illness awareness credit, along with the required 3 Technology credits.