Tom is actively practicing as a trial attorney in the areas of Workers' Compensation, Federal Black Lung Benefits, and Personal Injury. Having worked as a paralegal at a successful local civil defense firm for more than a decade prior to graduating law school, Tom has valuable hands-on experience in many facets of civil litigation. During his legal career, Tom worked in the areas of personal injury, divorce, child support, probate, product liability, consumer litigation, workers' compensation, construction litigation, fidelity and surety law, government litigation, mining and mineral law, and environmental litigation.
Tom is an active member of the Birmingham Bar Association. He is a graduate of the Birmingham Bar Associations’ Mentoring Program and is currently the co-chair of the Birmingham Bar Association Mentoring Committee and Program.
When Tom is not at work, he enjoys spending time with his wife, Brooke, and son, Joseph. He is an active member of Liberty Crossings United Methodist Church, where he serves as an usher and on its hospitality team, an active supporter of UAB Athletics, and an advisor for the Epsilon Phi Chapter of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity.
- University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2002, B.A. (Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity)
- Birmingham School of Law, 2011, J.D. (Sigma Delta Kappa, Law Fraternity)
- State of Alabama, 2011
- U.S. District Court, Northern Alabama
- Workers' Compensation
- Federal Black Lung Benefits
- Motor Vehicle Accidents
- Personal Injury
- Building and Construction litigation