For nearly a quarter century, Justice Services has helped thousands of people throughout the Carolinas who have been injured or killed in an accident event. Through no fault of their own, innocent victims have their lives turned upside down because of an accident they didn't cause. As injury litigation specialists, our mission is to make things right for the aggrieved. Scope Of Work The array of accident circumstances that victimize people is broad. Justice Services helps Plaintiffs resolve various challenges that stem from an accident no matter how it came to occur. For example, we represent Plaintiffs that have sustained bodily injuries as a result of a traffic collision or have been injured in the course of their work. We represent Plaintiffs that were injured walking down a street and struck by an out-of-control vehicle. We represent Plaintiffs that slipped and fell at a store or fell at their job. We represent Plaintiffs that have received medical care that is so substandard it rises to the level of professional malpractice. We even represent Plaintiffs who have been attacked by an out-of-control animal. These few circumstances demonstrate why the legal discipline of injury litigationis necessarily broad in scope. While the circumstance of an accident event differs, the cause of an accident is consistent – someone was negligent, not merely careless, and that negligence foisted misery on a totally innocent victim. Justice demands restitution and relief for the aggrieved. This is our single professional mission. The implications of negligent behaviors are profound, serious, and can be far-ranging. Negligence by a Defendant that results in permanent disability or death is particularly egregious. In accidents producing permanent disability for a Plaintiff, the long-term cost of medical care can tally millions of dollars. Should an accident victim succumb to their injuries, their next of kin face a complex paradigm which mandates appointing an injury litigation specialist with considerable experience at trial and in settlement proceedings. Justice Services has been appointed by many Plaintiffs grappling with permanent disability or death, delivering the justice they richly deserve and demand. Case Valuation It is challenging to place a monetary value on a human life, misery, misfortune, pain and suffering. It is challenging to place a monetary value on being physically encumbered for the rest of one's life or disfigured by an accident. So how does a case get valued financially? Insurance companies rely on a computer to do the heavy lifting to guess-timate the financial impact of a Defendant's negligence. In a “rinse and repeat” approach, insurance adjusters input a few facts and expense data points about a Plaintiff's claim and let a computer spit out a financial number. That first number tossed out by Defendants is always “pennies on the dollar” . Immediately after Defendants and their agents submit their first settlement offer, they come to realize Justice Services is prepared to conflate our financial calculations and work product into evidence at trial. This is an entirely different mindset of most law firms. It is important that Defendants and their insurance agents understand straight away that a Plaintiff who has retained Justice Services is not going to accept any low-ball offers. Failing to do right for Plaintiffs means Defendants will come face-to-face with Justice Services in a courtroom. Negotiating compensation for an accident victim's medical care, pain, and suffering is a task mastered by few attorneys. The team at Justice Services has decades of experience working for insurance companies before they switched to work on the Plaintiff side. Injured victims would do well to avoid firms staffed by people who have little or no experience working for insurance companies. Plaintiffs that appoint Justice Services interface with our team of accomplished legal professionals. Justice Campbell, the firm's Managing Attorney and Nicole Wilkes, a seasoned trial lawyer, lead the development of strategy for all cases. Other team members work in sync with our attorneys to collect evidence, interview witnesses, compile medical bills, substantiate injury severity, and monitor a client's rehabilitation and recovery. The team then publishes a settlement offer that's submitted to a Defendant's insurance company or attorney. From then on, we negotiate a just settlement for a Plaintiff. Summary While the cause of any accident is universal (negligence), the quest by Defendants to deny responsibility and shirk their moral obligation to make things right for Plaintiffs is also consistent. Defendants expect their insurance company to get them off the hook by any means possible. We've seen this misguided quest thousands of times. It motivates us to fight even harder and to do all we can to prevail for our clients. One thing matters above all else: you deserve justice.

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For nearly a quarter century, Justice Services has forced Defendants to pay all medical bills for victims they injured in a wreck or hurt at work AND pay compensation for the pain and suffering they caused. We ensure you get the justice you deserve.

This lawyer is licensed to practice in North Carolina and has no record of discipline from the North Carolina bar association. *

The Law Office of Justice H. Campbell, PLLC

The Law Office of Justice H. Campbell, PLLC

Open for Business
Offers Video Calls

For nearly a quarter century, Justice Services has forced Defendants to pay all medical bills for victims they injured in a wreck or hurt at work AND pay compensation for the pain and suffering they caused. We ensure you get the justice you deserve.

This lawyer is licensed to practice in North Carolina and has no record of discipline from the North Carolina bar association. *

Firm Overview

For nearly a quarter century, Justice Services has helped thousands of people throughout the Carolinas who have been injured or killed in an accident event. Through no fault of their own, innocent victims have their lives turned upside down because of an accident they didn't cause.
As injury litigation specialists, our mission is to make things right for the aggrieved.

Scope Of Work
The array of accident circumstances that victimize people is broad. Justice Services helps Plaintiffs resolve various challenges that stem from an accident no matter how it came to occur.
For example, we represent Plaintiffs that have sustained bodily injuries as a result of a traffic collision or have been injured in the course of their work.
We represent Plaintiffs that were injured walking down a street and struck by an out-of-control vehicle.
We represent Plaintiffs that slipped and fell at a store or fell at their job.
We represent Plaintiffs that have received medical care that is so substandard it rises to the level of professional malpractice.
We even represent Plaintiffs who have been attacked by an out-of-control animal.
These few circumstances demonstrate why the legal discipline of injury litigationis necessarily broad in scope.
While the circumstance of an accident event differs, the cause of an accident is consistent – someone was negligent, not merely careless, and that negligence foisted misery on a totally innocent victim. Justice demands restitution and relief for the aggrieved. This is our single professional mission.
The implications of negligent behaviors are profound, serious, and can be far-ranging.
Negligence by a Defendant that results in permanent disability or death is particularly egregious. In accidents producing permanent disability for a Plaintiff, the long-term cost of medical care can tally millions of dollars. Should an accident victim succumb to their injuries, their next of kin face a complex paradigm which mandates appointing an injury litigation specialist with considerable experience at trial and in settlement proceedings. Justice Services has been appointed by many Plaintiffs grappling with permanent disability or death, delivering the justice they richly deserve and demand.

Case Valuation
It is challenging to place a monetary value on a human life, misery, misfortune, pain and suffering. It is challenging to place a monetary value on being physically encumbered for the rest of one's life or disfigured by an accident.
So how does a case get valued financially?
Insurance companies rely on a computer to do the heavy lifting to guess-timate the financial impact of a Defendant's negligence. In a “rinse and repeat” approach, insurance adjusters input a few facts and expense data points about a Plaintiff's claim and let a computer spit out a financial number.
That first number tossed out by Defendants is always “pennies on the dollar” .
Immediately after Defendants and their agents submit their first settlement offer, they come to realize Justice Services is prepared to conflate our financial calculations and work product into evidence at trial. This is an entirely different mindset of most law firms. It is important that Defendants and their insurance agents understand straight away that a Plaintiff who has retained Justice Services is not going to accept any low-ball offers. Failing to do right for Plaintiffs means Defendants will come face-to-face with Justice Services in a courtroom.
Negotiating compensation for an accident victim's medical care, pain, and suffering is a task mastered by few attorneys. The team at Justice Services has decades of experience working for insurance companies before they switched to work on the Plaintiff side. Injured victims would do well to avoid firms staffed by people who have little or no experience working for insurance companies.
Plaintiffs that appoint Justice Services interface with our team of accomplished legal professionals. Justice Campbell, the firm's Managing Attorney and Nicole Wilkes, a seasoned trial lawyer, lead the development of strategy for all cases. Other team members work in sync with our attorneys to collect evidence, interview witnesses, compile medical bills, substantiate injury severity, and monitor a client's rehabilitation and recovery. The team then publishes a settlement offer that's submitted to a Defendant's insurance company or attorney. From then on, we negotiate a just settlement for a Plaintiff.
Summary
While the cause of any accident is universal (negligence), the quest by Defendants to deny responsibility and shirk their moral obligation to make things right for Plaintiffs is also consistent.
Defendants expect their insurance company to get them off the hook by any means possible. We've seen this misguided quest thousands of times.
It motivates us to fight even harder and to do all we can to prevail for our clients. One thing matters above all else: you deserve justice.

Main Office

The Law Office Of Justice H. Campbell
5200 77 Center Drive
Suite 100
Charlotte, NC 28217

Phone

(704) 334-1312

Fax

(704) 331-0710

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

Yes

Services Offered For Fixed Fees?

Personal Injury claim fees: 33 1/3% Workers' Compensation: 25%

Office Information
Office Hours

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM, M-F

Emergency After Hours

Yes

Languages Spoken

English & Spanish

Auto Accident

Justice Services represents passengers of all ages injured while traveling in a car, truck, motorcycle, RV or bus, and drivers who police investigators determine are not at fault for the accident even if the accident involves a hit-and-run situation

Charlotte-based Justice Services serves motor vehicle accident victims throughout the Carolinas. We litigate to get all medical bills paid for the Plaintiff along with additional compensation for the pain and suffered endured as a result of an accident they didn't cause. Additionally, if the victim has been unable to work and lost wages as a result of the accident, we initiate Workers' Compensation proceedings as appropriate.

Workers Compensation

Justice Services has nearly a quarter century of experience helping workers hurt on the job recover lost wages, no matter if the worksite is an office, factory, construction site, or a farm (we refer Federal employees to co-counsel as appropriate)

Charlotte-based Justice Services works with the North Carolina Industrial Commission who administers the Workers’ Compensation Act, the Tort Claims Act, the Childhood Vaccine-Related Injury Act, the Public Safety Employees' Death Benefits Act, the Act to Compensate Individuals Erroneously Convicted of Felonies, and the Eugenics Compensation Program and ensures all parties are treated fairly and equally in accordance with North Carolina State Law.

The Law Office of Justice H. Campbell, PLLC
Justice Campbell

Justice began practicing law in 1999. For the last 20 years, he has focused exclusively on handling workers' compensation and personal injury claims. He litigates both types of claims (filing law suits). By keeping a narrow focus, his expertise and that of his staff are geared exclusively to get the best possible results in the two practice areas - workers' compensation and tort injury claims.

License

Bar Number: 26539
North Carolina, 1999

Education

Mercer Law
J.D., 1999

The Law Office of Justice H. Campbell, PLLC
Justice Campbell

Justice began practicing law in 1999. For the last 20 years, he has focused exclusively on handling workers' compensation and personal injury claims. He litigates both types of claims (filing law suits). By keeping a narrow focus, his expertise and that of his staff are geared exclusively to get the best possible results in the two practice areas - workers' compensation and tort injury claims.

License

Bar Number: 26539
North Carolina, 1999

Education

Mercer Law J.D., 1999


The Law Office of Justice H. Campbell, PLLC
Justice Campbell

The Law Office of Justice H. Campbell, PLLC
Justice Campbell

Firm Overview

For nearly a quarter century, Justice Services has helped thousands of people throughout the Carolinas who have been injured or killed in an accident event. Through no fault of their own, innocent victims have their lives turned upside down because of an accident they didn't cause.
As injury litigation specialists, our mission is to make things right for the aggrieved.

Scope Of Work
The array of accident circumstances that victimize people is broad. Justice Services helps Plaintiffs resolve various challenges that stem from an accident no matter how it came to occur.
For example, we represent Plaintiffs that have sustained bodily injuries as a result of a traffic collision or have been injured in the course of their work.
We represent Plaintiffs that were injured walking down a street and struck by an out-of-control vehicle.
We represent Plaintiffs that slipped and fell at a store or fell at their job.
We represent Plaintiffs that have received medical care that is so substandard it rises to the level of professional malpractice.
We even represent Plaintiffs who have been attacked by an out-of-control animal.
These few circumstances demonstrate why the legal discipline of injury litigationis necessarily broad in scope.
While the circumstance of an accident event differs, the cause of an accident is consistent – someone was negligent, not merely careless, and that negligence foisted misery on a totally innocent victim. Justice demands restitution and relief for the aggrieved. This is our single professional mission.
The implications of negligent behaviors are profound, serious, and can be far-ranging.
Negligence by a Defendant that results in permanent disability or death is particularly egregious. In accidents producing permanent disability for a Plaintiff, the long-term cost of medical care can tally millions of dollars. Should an accident victim succumb to their injuries, their next of kin face a complex paradigm which mandates appointing an injury litigation specialist with considerable experience at trial and in settlement proceedings. Justice Services has been appointed by many Plaintiffs grappling with permanent disability or death, delivering the justice they richly deserve and demand.

Case Valuation
It is challenging to place a monetary value on a human life, misery, misfortune, pain and suffering. It is challenging to place a monetary value on being physically encumbered for the rest of one's life or disfigured by an accident.
So how does a case get valued financially?
Insurance companies rely on a computer to do the heavy lifting to guess-timate the financial impact of a Defendant's negligence. In a “rinse and repeat” approach, insurance adjusters input a few facts and expense data points about a Plaintiff's claim and let a computer spit out a financial number.
That first number tossed out by Defendants is always “pennies on the dollar” .
Immediately after Defendants and their agents submit their first settlement offer, they come to realize Justice Services is prepared to conflate our financial calculations and work product into evidence at trial. This is an entirely different mindset of most law firms. It is important that Defendants and their insurance agents understand straight away that a Plaintiff who has retained Justice Services is not going to accept any low-ball offers. Failing to do right for Plaintiffs means Defendants will come face-to-face with Justice Services in a courtroom.
Negotiating compensation for an accident victim's medical care, pain, and suffering is a task mastered by few attorneys. The team at Justice Services has decades of experience working for insurance companies before they switched to work on the Plaintiff side. Injured victims would do well to avoid firms staffed by people who have little or no experience working for insurance companies.
Plaintiffs that appoint Justice Services interface with our team of accomplished legal professionals. Justice Campbell, the firm's Managing Attorney and Nicole Wilkes, a seasoned trial lawyer, lead the development of strategy for all cases. Other team members work in sync with our attorneys to collect evidence, interview witnesses, compile medical bills, substantiate injury severity, and monitor a client's rehabilitation and recovery. The team then publishes a settlement offer that's submitted to a Defendant's insurance company or attorney. From then on, we negotiate a just settlement for a Plaintiff.
Summary
While the cause of any accident is universal (negligence), the quest by Defendants to deny responsibility and shirk their moral obligation to make things right for Plaintiffs is also consistent.
Defendants expect their insurance company to get them off the hook by any means possible. We've seen this misguided quest thousands of times.
It motivates us to fight even harder and to do all we can to prevail for our clients. One thing matters above all else: you deserve justice.

Main Office

The Law Office Of Justice H. Campbell
5200 77 Center Drive
Suite 100
Charlotte, NC 28217

Phone

(704) 334-1312

Fax

(704) 331-0710

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

Yes

Services Offered For Fixed Fees?

Personal Injury claim fees: 33 1/3% Workers' Compensation: 25%

Office Information
Office Hours

8:00 AM - 4:30 PM, M-F

Emergency After Hours

Yes

Languages Spoken

English & Spanish

Auto Accident

Justice Services represents passengers of all ages injured while traveling in a car, truck, motorcycle, RV or bus, and drivers who police investigators determine are not at fault for the accident even if the accident involves a hit-and-run situation

Charlotte-based Justice Services serves motor vehicle accident victims throughout the Carolinas. We litigate to get all medical bills paid for the Plaintiff along with additional compensation for the pain and suffered endured as a result of an accident they didn't cause. Additionally, if the victim has been unable to work and lost wages as a result of the accident, we initiate Workers' Compensation proceedings as appropriate.

Workers Compensation

Justice Services has nearly a quarter century of experience helping workers hurt on the job recover lost wages, no matter if the worksite is an office, factory, construction site, or a farm (we refer Federal employees to co-counsel as appropriate)

Charlotte-based Justice Services works with the North Carolina Industrial Commission who administers the Workers’ Compensation Act, the Tort Claims Act, the Childhood Vaccine-Related Injury Act, the Public Safety Employees' Death Benefits Act, the Act to Compensate Individuals Erroneously Convicted of Felonies, and the Eugenics Compensation Program and ensures all parties are treated fairly and equally in accordance with North Carolina State Law.

The Law Office of Justice H. Campbell, PLLC
Justice Campbell

Justice began practicing law in 1999. For the last 20 years, he has focused exclusively on handling workers' compensation and personal injury claims. He litigates both types of claims (filing law suits). By keeping a narrow focus, his expertise and that of his staff are geared exclusively to get the best possible results in the two practice areas - workers' compensation and tort injury claims.

License

Bar Number: 26539
North Carolina, 1999

Education

Mercer Law
J.D., 1999

The Law Office of Justice H. Campbell, PLLC
Justice Campbell

Justice began practicing law in 1999. For the last 20 years, he has focused exclusively on handling workers' compensation and personal injury claims. He litigates both types of claims (filing law suits). By keeping a narrow focus, his expertise and that of his staff are geared exclusively to get the best possible results in the two practice areas - workers' compensation and tort injury claims.

License

Bar Number: 26539
North Carolina, 1999

Education

Mercer Law J.D., 1999


The Law Office of Justice H. Campbell, PLLC
Justice Campbell

The Law Office of Justice H. Campbell, PLLC
Justice Campbell

This lawyer is licensed to practice in North Carolina and has no record of discipline from the North Carolina bar association. *

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in North Carolina and has no record of discipline from the North Carolina bar association. *

* Nolo has confirmed that every member attorney has a valid license and is in good standing with the state agency that licenses lawyers. Any past disbarments and suspensions (with possible exceptions for minor violations or nonpayment of dues, in our discretion) will be indicated accordingly in the badge. Member attorneys are required to notify Nolo immediately if they become the subject of any disciplinary action by any state licensing agency.