Your Justice Is Our Priority
We’re dedicated to providing the highest quality of legal services in the areas of workers’ compensation, personal injury, and complex civil litigation.
Because we understand how legal practice areas often intersect, we are able to provide you with a level of coordination of benefits that you may not receive at other law firms.
Primary Practice Areas
We’re dedicated to providing the highest quality of legal services in North Carolina Workers’ Compensation law.
We provide the highest quality of legal services in South Carolina Workers’ Compensation law.
Do you have a workers’ compensation case?
Our highly qualified and experienced legal team is available by phone, email, and personal appointment to assist you with every step of the legal process, beginning with your first phone call and continuing through to the conclusion of your case.
We offer our clients a thorough intake evaluation and a customized, comprehensive plan of recovery and resolution, unique to your individual case.
See what our clients have to say
“Beau Wilder was great to work with on my Workers Compensation case. He was always available to answer questions and made the process seamless. He went above and beyond in the whole process! Highly recommend letting him help you.“
“Beau Wilder was amazing to work with regarding my workers compensation case. Mr. Wilder treated me like family and fought hard for my rights and compensation. I recommend Mr. Wilder for anyone looking for a professional, hardworking and genuine attorney! Respectfully, D. Hardin“
“Ms Pantazi breaks the mold of the normal attorney. You don’t feel like you need a shower after talking to her. She is friendly, honest and truly cares about her clients. Things didn’t go as well as I wanted but would’ve been worse with anyone other than Annemarie.“
Recent blog posts
Considerations Regarding Medicaid and Medicare under the Affordable Care Act and Its Effect on Injured Workers
Medicaid Medicaid is a state-administered program that is partially federally funded which provides health care for individuals and families with low income and resources. North Carolina has adopted an asset based test for Medicaid. The ACA mandated an expansion of...
Losing one’s health insurance is a “life qualifying event” for special enrollment. However, losing one’s job is not. Given that most of workers’ compensation clients are required to resign as a condition of settlement, they would then be eligible to purchase...
Individuals may apply for federal subsidies to lower health insurance costs on plans available through the Marketplace. These subsidies take the form of 1) Cost-Sharing Reductions and 2) Advanced Premium Tax Credits. People may qualify for subsidies if their household...