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James J D Campbell


Biaggi Kroese & Campbell PLLC

James D. Campbell is an experienced medical malpractice trial lawyer. Jim learned the craft of medical malpractice litigation law representing physicians and hospitals throughout the State of Arizona. He successfully tried many lawsuits on behalf of physicians and hospitals, even when the odds were against his client. Jim also successfully represents patients in medical negligence cases. Jim's extensive experience representing both sides of the medical malpractice world gives him a unique perspective on these challenging cases. He can anticipate the opposition's tactics and position the client's case to meet the client's goals. In addition to his work in medical malpractice, Jim has extensive experience in the areas of elder abuse and nursing home neglect cases. The key to these areas is often in the fine details of the medical records, and Jim uses his medical knowledge to discover these details to his client's advantage. Jim is an AV rated lawyer by Martindale Hubbell, the highest rating given to lawyers reflecting an excellent reputation among his peers in legal abilities and ethics. Jim has also been recognized as one of Arizona's Finest Lawyers. He is president of the Arizona Bar's Trial Section. Prior to joining the firm, Jim worked for both large and small Arizona law firms in the areas of medical malpractice, products' liability, general negligence, and insurance bad faith. Jim worked for O'Connor Cavanagh, a large defense firm that was recognized by Arizona Business Magazine as "The Best Firm in Arizona." In addition, Jim honed his craft at the MacBan Law Offices, Snell & Wilmer, and Kinerk, Schmidt and Sethi. Jim is an Arizona native, and he received both his under graduate and law degrees at the University of Arizona. He graduated with a finance degree in 1984 and his law degree, cum laude, in 1993. Jim is active in youth sports. He has a long history of coaching baseball, basketball, soccer and flag football. He views it as very important to give back to the community through coaching, as well as allowing him to spend valuable time with his three sons. Jim is married to Tucsonan native Audrey.