Three Teague Campbell Attorneys Featured in Power Attorney List for Workers’ Compensation
Three Teague Campbell partners, John Tomei, Julia Hooten, and Tracey Jones were featured in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly’s Workers’ Compensation edition of the Power List. The Power List highlights attorneys of a specific practice area who are well-versed in their field, enjoy a record of success, model professionalism and collegiality, and who can think creatively.
John Tomei, a workers’ compensation partner who works out of the Raleigh office brings nearly 30 years of litigation experience and industry knowledge to his practice. John focuses on the defense of all types of North Carolina workers’ compensation claims, including major and complex claims. He has developed a niche for representing insurance companies in workers’ compensation insurance coverage matters and disputes.
Julia Hooten, a workers’ compensation partner and the Workers’ Compensation practice group co-chair, runs her practice out of Teague Campbell’s Asheville office, which she helped to establish in 2008. For over 17 years Julie has been representing counties and municipalities; helping them to navigate complex legal issues and avoid litigation. From employment and personnel matters to workers’ compensation claims, Julie has experience in a wide variety of legal issues.
Tracey Jones, a senior workers’ compensation partner and the Workers’ Compensation practice group co-chair, runs her practice out of Teague Campbell’s Raleigh office. She leads her team with passion and 21 years of workers’ compensation experience. Communication is central to Tracey’s direct and transparent approach to client service. Her style wins over colleagues, clients, and judges, making her a highly sought after attorney and effective Superior Court and workers’ compensation mediator.