Tim Zarsadias is a litigation attorney who joined Campbell & Associates in 2018.
Mr. Zarsadias was born in Youngstown, Ohio, and raised in Beckley, West Virginia. In 1994, he earned his law degree from the University of Akron, OH. Upon graduation he relocated to Pittsburgh, PA, and began practicing law as a trial attorney in the western half of the state. He moved to the Charlotte area in 2000 and has been practicing civil litigation with a focus on personal injury ever since. His practice is primarily focused on civil litigation and injury law.
Tim is married with three children and lives in Huntersville. He is an active member of St. Mark Catholic Church and coaches tennis and soccer for his children’s teams.
Penn State University, B.A.
University of Akron, J.D.
North Carolina – All State Courts
Maryland, Ohio, and Pennsylvania – Admitted but not active or current
U.S District Court – Western, Eastern and Middle Districts of North Carolina
Professional & Bar Association Memberships
North Carolina State Bar Association
Mecklenburg County Bar Association
North Carolina Advocates for Justice
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