As a Pennsylvania personal injury lawyer, Zachary D. Campbell advocates for his clients with the utmost care and concern. Mr. Campbell joined Metzger Wickersham in 2010 and specializes in litigation for the firm.
Mr. Campbell’s work style is thorough and communicative. He uses his years of experience to successfully and smoothly guide his injured clients through their lawsuits from start to finish. Mr. Campbell’s goal is to make sure his clients not only have trusted legal counsel, but also a shoulder to lean on in their time of need.
Court Room Experience
Throughout his career, Mr. Campbell has handled all aspects of legal proceedings including multiple jury trials, mediations, arbitrations, depositions, oral arguments, hearings, and court conferences in a wide range of personal injury cases. He has worked in all phases of trial practice concentrating in the fields of automobile litigation, tractor-trailer litigation, premises liability, products liability, nursing home negligence, medical malpractice and workers’ compensation.
Mr. Campbell has practiced throughout the state of Pennsylvania and has represented clients in over 30 different counties. He has extensive experience in Federal Court, including the Middle District of Pennsylvania’s Bankruptcy Court, where he has fought against Defendants’ attempts to avoid responsibility for causing injuries to his clients.
Honors & Achievements
Mr. Campbell has a track record of proven results, as displayed by his membership in the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, an organization in which membership is “limited to trial lawyers who have demonstrated exceptional skill, experience, and excellence in advocacy by achieving a trial verdict, award, or settlement in the amount of one million dollars or more.” Less than 1% of all U.S. attorneys are members.
A native of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, Mr. Campbell resides with his wife, Cara, and two sons. He is on the board of directors for the Kadence Jae Foundation, a non-profit that works tirelessly to raise funds to support local children’s hospitals.