Lawrence Holcomb joined the firm's complex civil litigation group in 2015. He focuses on cases involving asbestos exposure and manages a busy nationwide practice litigating in both state and federal court.
Lawrence spent much of his childhood on a cotton farm in Mississippi before moving to Memphis, Tennessee. He attended The University of Alabama where he graduated in 2007 with a degree in small business administration. Lawrence went on to work for EnviroRem as a licensed asbestos abatement supervisor, remediation instructor, air monitor, and microscopist, all furthering his goal of serving the environmental needs of his community. He oversaw large-scale environmental remediation projects from Kansas to Puerto Rico.
Driven by his desire to protect his community from environmental harm, Lawrence attended the Cumberland School of Law in Birmingham, Alabama where he graduated in 2012. While in law school he continued to serve in an environmental capacity by teaching classes, working on construction litigation, and consulting for EnviroRem.
Lawrence has excelled in representing victims of asbestos exposure, pelvic mesh implants, and IVC filters, obtaining verdicts and settlements in excess of $50,000,000 for his clients.
When he’s not fighting for his clients Lawrence enjoys restoring older automobiles and carpentry.