An Experienced West Virginia Law Firm
Choosing a law firm isn’t easy. You have a lot of options and a lot at stake. It’s important to hire the right one.
Campbell & Smith is a full-service law firm, which means we handle many kinds of cases. We believe that’s an advantage to you because many lawsuits end up involving multiple issues, often intersecting with several different areas of law.
Our experience includes everything from civil law (personal injury, auto accidents, dog bites, and more), to criminal prosecution (protecting the public).
This vast range of experience means that we know our way around the courtroom — and we know how the other side sees your case. That kind of insight can be invaluable.
Our Approach to Representing Clients
Unlike some larger law firms, which tend to process lawsuits like a factory, we see our clients as people — not file numbers.
You are a real human with a real story and a real family. Your rights and your financial interests are important. Every day, every penny matters.
You might have only one shot at justice. There’s a lot riding on this, and we’re determined to live up to that responsibility.
Accordingly, passion is our principle. We fight for our clients. No case can fall by the wayside. That’s why we bring our “A-game” to the table every day.
Years of experience have taught us that aggressive representation gets results. We believe in compassion, but also in determination and strategy.
When you hire our firm, we’re going to pursue the best possible outcome for you — whether that’s maximal financial compensation, or injunctive relief. And we’re often able to achieve that without having to go to trial.
Of course, when court is the clearest path to justice, we are ready and willing to take the other side to trial. You can count on the West Virginia law firm of Campbell & Smith to do what’s best for your case.
We Represent All of West Virginia
While our office is headquartered in the city of Charleston, we extend our services to clients living throughout the entire state of West Virginia. In many cases, we may even be able to come to you. Contact our office to learn more.
Meet Attorney Adam Campbell, Partner
Attorney Adam Campbell is a seasoned trial attorney and advocate who has represented numerous people injured by negligent drivers, property owners, and companies. Over the course of his career, he has secured millions of dollars in settlements in cases of medical malpractice, wrongful death, and workplace discrimination. Adam is dedicated to helping his clients fight insurance companies who try to minimize their claims.
A native of Scott Depot, West Virginia, Adam graduated from Marshall University in 2007 with a B.A. in Political Science. He then attended UCLA School of Law in Los Angeles, California, and graduated in 2010. Upon graduation from UCLA, he returned home to West Virginia to begin practicing law in Charleston.
Before starting his own law firm, Attorney Campbell worked as an assistant prosecutor for several years. During that time, he tried a variety of high profile criminal cases, including first degree murder, sexual assault, and kidnapping.
Should you have a legal issue and need help, give Adam a call. He is always eager to help and willing to listen.
Meet Attorney Matt Smith, Partner
Attorney Matt Smith has an extensive knowledge of personal injury law and a steadfast dedication to helping injured individuals. He recognizes that the aftermath of an accident can be overwhelming and filled with suffering. That is why he has devoted his life to helping accident victims obtain the financial compensation and justice they need and deserve.
By employing a practical, strategic approach to dispute resolution, Matt always strives to achieve the best possible outcome for his clients. From negotiating severance agreements to litigating claims in courts and trials, he has secured favorable outcomes for his clients in a variety of different forums.
He completed his undergraduate education at Ohio University and later earned his Juris Doctorate from the Thomas Cooley School of Law in Lansing, Michigan.
Prior to becoming a trial attorney, Matt was a school teacher. He currently resides in Charleston, West Virginia with his wife Kristy and two children Harper, age 3, and Bodhi, 1 month old.