Case Management Director
Mindy Lenahan has been the Case Management Director at Baggett Law since 2019. Mindy leverages her years of experience as a professional writer and teacher in the areas of litigation and settlement negotiations.
Mindy’s strong background in education is a superpower when it comes to educating insurance companies, opposing counsel, and juries about each client’s unique case.
Mindy enjoys serving others both in the Jacksonville community and through her many connections around the world. Prior to joining Baggett Law, Mindy spent time abroad teaching students in China, South Africa, and India. Her heart for service overflows into her commitment and dedication to our clients and their families.
Mindy is married to her husband, Shawn, of 22 years. They have three children and three dogs. A lifelong learner and adventure seeker, Mindy is an avid reader and loves traveling with her family.
Client Experience Director
Emily Campbell is the Client Experience Director at Baggett Law. A natural extrovert with a passion for helping others, Emily sets the bar high when it comes to delivering an exceptional client experience in every case we handle. Emily’s strong sense of empathy and compassion fuels her devotion to serving clients and families affected by a loss or catastrophic injury.
Emily is a strong client advocate, working with medical providers to maximize each client’s compensation. Emily also directs and oversees Baggett Law’s community connections and professional networks.
Emily is a Jacksonville native, with strong roots in our community. In addition to working full-time at Baggett Law, Emily is also pursuing a degree in marketing and business management at the University of North Florida. Outside of work and school, Emily is a beloved leader in Delight Ministries, a national faith-based student organization.
Emily is married to her husband, Kyle, and they have one dog and one cat. Emily values faith, family, and her community. Her hobbies include spending time with loved ones, traveling, and watching the sunrise.