Attorney Thomas Lamm practices out of the firm’s Charlotte, North Carolina, office. He focuses his practice on workers’ compensation defense regularly defending employers, insurance carriers, self-insured corporations, third party administrators, and claims servicing agencies. Thomas represents clients in all stages of the litigation process, from initial evaluation through litigation, mediation, and appeal. He advises clients in numerous areas of job-related injury claims including:
- initial investigations
- advice regarding compensability
- risk/benefit analysis
- cost assessment and containment
- medical provider management
Prior to joining GWB, Thomas graduated from Campbell University School of Law, cum laude, and served as the Symposium Editor for the Campbell Law Review. He won the Richard Lord Moot Court and served as President of Delta Theta Phi while attending Campbell.
Thomas also served as a Litigation Intern at Ingersoll-Rand. In this role, he undertook document review, case and evidence analysis, and issue analysis regarding ongoing litigation issues. Additionally, Thomas was heavily involved in the development and implementation of a new motor vehicle accident response policy for employees.
Thomas is a detail oriented attorney who always puts the best interests of his clients first. He provides regular communication and a detailed litigation strategy for clients resulting is a high level client satisfaction.
Associations & Memberships
- North Carolina Bar Association
Honors and Awards
- Campbell Law Review
- Symposium Editor
- Richard Lord Moot Court
- Delta Theta Phi
- 2015 Campbell Law Review Symposium on Investment Crowdfunding
- Food Bank of Eastern North Carolina
- Coordinated annual food drive
- Wounded Warrior Project
- Assisted in annual benefit
- North Carolina, 2016
- J.D., Campbell University School of Law, cum laude, 2016
- B.S., Business Administration – Finance/Accounting Minor, North Carolina State University, 2012