BIRMINGHAM, Ala., March 10, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- This week is Termite Awareness Week and as termite swarm season pushes into high gear, homeowners need to be aware of what to look for, how to protect their homes, and what to do if they see evidence of termites or termite damage. Homeowner, Chris Kalifeh, thought he was protected from termite infestations because his house was under a termite bond. This video story shows a different tale.
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After over two decades focusing on termite litigation claims, Tom Campbell of Campbell Law, PC, has made it his mission to hold termite companies responsible for improper and nonexistent treatments, shoddy and improper home inspections, and other deceitful business practices like not honoring their termite bond contracts and failing to disclose termite damage. Campbell's work in this field has earned him the nickname, "Termite Tom." He laughs off the special attention but takes his work helping people seriously and says, "Your termite lawyer needs two good suits: a crawl suit to do the dirty work of carefully inspecting your home and a nice suit to take your fight to court."
About Campbell Law, PC: Campbell Law PC has handled cases against Terminix, Orkin and other pest control companies across the U.S. for over 20 years. Campbell Law was again deemed one of the "Best Law Firms" by U.S. News and World Report. The firm has eight lawyers and a professional staff of paralegals, legal assistants, artists, and law clerks who work almost exclusively on termite fraud cases. Contact them at 877-586-7582 or www.termitetom.com.
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