Making It Right Takes Perspective
Cameron “Cam” Tribble has successfully recovered millions of dollars for his clients.
Since joining the Barnes Law Group in 2009, Cam has represented individuals and small businesses, focusing on serious and catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death cases, consumer class actions, data breach litigation and other complex litigation. Some of Cam’s notable cases include a class-action suit against a Georgia payday lender, a nationwide class action suit representing Service members and their families in a Military Lending Act case, and helping families obtain favorable settlements after wrongful deaths.
A graduate from the University Of Georgia School Of Law cum laude, Cam served as a Notes Editor for the Georgia Law Review. A “Double Dawg,” Cam obtained a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science also from the University of Georgia. In college, he interned for U.S. Representative Jim Marshall from Macon.
Cam has a unique legal perspective of the judiciary itself as he is a son of a lawyer and juvenile court judge in Dublin, Georgia. In addition, Cam was a federal court law clerk in the Northern District of Georgia, where he worked on all types of federal civil litigation. These experiences make him uniquely qualified to provide judicial perspective in general litigation for all firm matters.
Cam is a member of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, Cobb County Bar Association, Atlanta Bar Association, Atlanta Lawyers Club, the American Association for Justice, Public Justice, and the Federal Bar Association. Cam has served on the Board of Directors of Safepath Children’s Advocacy Center in Cobb County, Georgia, and he regularly performs pro bono work for the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation.
Mr. Tribble is admitted to practice in all Georgia state trial and appellate courts.
Reported and Representative Cases:
Georgia Cash America, Inc., et al., v. Greene, et al., 318 Ga App. 355 (2012);
Perez v. Wells Fargo, 774 F.3d 1329 (2014);
Primary Investments LLC v. Wee Tender Care III, Inc. et al., 323 Ga App. 196 (2014);
Cox v. Community Loans of America, 2014 WL 1216511.