Teague Campbell Dennis & Gorham, LLP traces its roots to a partnership formed in 1946 between Woodrow Teague and former North Carolina Governor, later United States Senator, J. Melville Broughton. Mr. Teague’s law career spanned 75+ years, during which he practiced with and mentored nearly 80 attorneys, served as President of the State Bar and played an instrumental role in creating the Interest of Lawyers Trust Account (IOLTA). Under Mr. Teague’s guidance and direction, Teague Campbell has always limited its practice to civil litigation, to develop the expertise necessary to protect the interests of each client.
“We’re invested in our clients and value meaningful relationships. This approach has increased the demand for our services, resulting in steady, measured growth.”
– Dayle Flammia, Senior Partner
Teague Campbell attorneys counsel and defend employers, business owners, government entities, insurers and third-party administrators in a variety of issues, such as, contract and general business law, employment disputes, accident and injury claims, and workers’ compensation claims, in all state and federal courts. In addition, Teague Campbell remains on the cutting edge of North Carolina appellate law, having appeared as counsel of record in many of the landmark decisions that have defined the basic tenets of North Carolina law as it relates to the areas of civil litigation and workers’ compensation. With offices in Raleigh and Asheville, and over 30 attorneys, Teague Campbell is able to provide superior service to clients across the state of North Carolina and beyond.