Tommy Odom is a North Carolinian born & bred; born in Chapel Hill and raised on a farm in Mecklenburg County near Charlotte.
While growing up, Tommy’s father, Fountain Odom, practiced law in Charlotte and served as Mecklenburg County Commissioner before being elected to the North Carolina State Senate. Following law school, Tommy practiced law for twelve years in the long-standing and respected firm of Weinstein, Sturges, Odom, Bigger, Campbell and Jonas in Charlotte.
In the year 2000, Tommy founded The Odom Firm. He continued to focus his practice on eminent domain, personal injury, and civil litigation.
Fountain Odom has been of counsel after completing 14 years of service as a North Carolina State Senator. Bringing many years of experience, Martha Odom joined the firm in 2004 taking on the firm's social security disability, competency, guardianship and personal injury practices.
While still in law school, David Murray interned at The Odom Firm in the summer of 2007. After graduating in 2008, David joined the firm. He now leads the firm’s property and land law practice and works with Tommy on the eminent domain cases.
Our attorneys have over 100 years of combined legal experience—and many notable successes—with particular focus in the areas of eminent domain and personal injury. While our practice is centrally based in the Charlotte community, we are able to serve clients and have successfully represented people and businesses from Dare County on the Outer Banks to Avery County in the Smoky Mountains.
Our legal team relies on thorough investigation and preparation and outstanding trial skills obtained over many years of jury trials and court hearings. We vigorously protect our clients’ rights and interests and our goal is to secure the best possible outcome.
Our attorneys and staff stay in close contact every step of the way and respond to questions and calls promptly. To us, providing an exceptional level of client service is every bit as important as delivering the highest quality legal representation and advice. Our goal is to exceed your expectations not only with the outcome of your case, but with the high level of service you receive during the course of the entire case.
If you are facing an eminent domain / land condemnation or property rights case—or if you or an family member have been seriously injured—we are here to help. You will always get our full attention and the very best quality legal services until your case is resolved. Wherever you are in North Carolina, we encourage you to call our Charlotte office at 704-377-7333 to schedule a consultation or contact us using our online form.