Campbell Law, A Professional Corp.
University of Alabama
Our firm handles complex and class action cases for individuals and businesses victimized by unfair and deceptive business practices, fraud, false advertising, wrongful denial of insurance claims, harmful pharmaceuticals, systemic employment discrimination or catastrophic personal injury. The firm also refers cases to specialists when other lawyers may have more directly relevant experience. Campbell Law focuses on class action (one or a few people representing a larger group), mass action cases (dozens to hundreds of individuals coming together as plaintiffs in one case), and individual cases in which the plaintiff has suffered significant financial losses. Martindale Hubbell awarded Campbell Law and its principal, Thomas F. Campbell, its highest rating: “AV.” The AV rating signifies that lawyers and judges rate the firm’s legal ability as “preeminent” and that work meets the highest ethical standards. Thomas F. Campbell is presently serving as vice-chair of the plaintiff’s steering committee in the Hoffman v American Express litigation which is pending in the San Francisco Bay Area. Class members in this nationwide class action may get additional information about the case at the following web site: http://www.hoffmanvamexinsuranceclassaction.com/ Thomas F. Campbell Campbell Law A Professional Corporation Complex and Class Litigation One CHase Corporate Drive, Suite 180, Birmingham, Alabama 35244 Ph: (205) 278-6650 Fax: (205) 278-6654 Cell: (205) 567-6490 Mr. Campbell has earned the highest rating for legal ability and ethics that can be bestowed by Martindale Hubbell. Martindale Hubbell is a national legal rating service that uses surveys of judges and lawyers familiar with the ability and ethical reputation of the lawyers being rated. He also is included in "Best Lawyers" and is listed in "Super Lawyers." The firm is listed among the "Best Law FIrms in U.S. News and World Reports. Mr. Campbell’s firm restricts its practice to representing clients and causes that its lawyers and staff believe in. As a result of believing in what they are doing, a dedicated team of lawyers and para-professionals has been assembled. Mr. Campbell graduated in 1983 from the University of Alabama with a business administration degree. While there, he was elected president of the student body. Alabama football continues to be a passion. Upon graduation, Mr. Campbell completed the Commercial Banking Training Program at a major national bank. Mr. Campbell left the banking world to accept a position as Legislative Assistant to U.S. Senator Howell Heflin (D.-Al.) in Washington, D.C. Mr. Campbell graduated in 1988 from the University of Alabama School of Law. As a member of his law school’s National Trial Advocacy Team, Mr. Campbell received its award for outstanding trial advocacy. Mr. Campbell loves trying cases and he does not shy away from a challenge. He has tried to conclusion several dozen litigated matters, including class and representative actions as well as NLRA AND AAA arbitrations. After graduating from law school, Mr. Campbell worked as an associate and then partner at Lange, Simpson (now Adams Reese LLP/Lange Simpson). In August 1998, Mr. Campbell became one of the founding partners of the Birmingham office of Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak and Stewart, P.C. Mr. Campbell was also chosen to represent the Alabama Association of School Board Attorneys and the Alabama Association of School Boards before the United States Supreme Court. During his later years as a “corporate lawyer,” Mr. Campbell began representing consumers in class action cases and found his true calling while representing consumers in class action cases. In April 2000, Mr. Campbell formed his own firm. Campbell Law, A Professional Corporation exclusively represents plaintiffs in complex and class action litigation. The firm’s extensive use of technology and concentrated practice focus allows it to leverage its human assets. Mr. Campbell has been active in local Bar activities, serving as President of the Young Lawyers section of the Birmingham Bar Association in the mid-1990's. He frequently lectures at Continuing Legal Education (CLE) seminars. Mr. Campbell is an active member of the National Association of Consumer Advocates (NACA) and currently serves as a member of the NACA Class Action Settlement Guidelines Revision Committee. He is also a member of the American Trail Lawyers Association. Mr. Campbell and his cases have been featured on National Public Radio and the CBS Morning News as well as in Money Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Birmingham Post-Herald, Lawyer’s Weekly, Trial Journal of the Ass’n of Trial Lawyers of America, Law.com, The National Law Journal, the American Bar Association Journal, and numerous local network affiliate television stations. Personal: Mr Campbell, 46, is married to Jennifer Hallman Campbell and they have two young twins, Grace Anne and Thomas Hudson.