Tad Thomas Recognized as One of Louisville’s Best Product Liability Attorneys in the Plaintiff Category
LOUISVILLE, KY, March 23, 2016— Tad Thomas of Thomas Law Offices has been named by his peers as one of Louisville’s top product liability attorneys in the plaintiff category in March 2016’s issue of Louisville Magazine. The March issue celebrates the city’s top lawyers as voted on in a survey given to all active members of the Louisville Bar Association.
The survey asked members the following question: “If you or a member of your family were in need of legal services, who among Louisville-area attorneys would you choose to provide services in the following practice categories?” Thomas’ fellow top product liability attorneys include Larry B. Franklin of Franklin Law Group, Douglas H. Morris II of Morris & Player, Tyler Smyth Thompson of Dolt, Thompson, Shepherd & Kinney, and Matthew L. White of Gray & White.
Attorney Tad Thomas, owner and founder of Thomas Law Offices, has this to say regarding the recognition:
“With so many talented lawyers in our community, it is truly an honor to be recognized by one’s peers as the best in an area. But, the credit goes to that great team we have put together here that gives 110% to our clients on a daily basis.”
Tad Thomas and his firm help clients who have been injured as the result of dangerous and defective products by focusing on the clients’ needs first and foremost. The Thomas Law Offices team approaches every client and case with compassion and understanding, building a strong support foundation that only becomes stronger when paired with the firm’s successful case history.
About Thomas Law Offices: 
Thomas Law Offices, located in Louisville, KY, first opened in 2011 when owner Tad Thomas envisioned a private practice where the needs of victims and their family members always came first. The lawyers and staff members at Thomas Law Offices pride themselves on treating every case as though it were their own. They give back to the community whenever possible by volunteering to improve education and senior care as well as defend the right to trial by jury.