Attorney Kendra Stark Receives Charles Hunt Award from Wake County Bar Association

Teague Campbell

The Wake County Bar Association recently presented attorney Kendra Stark with the 2019 Young Lawyers Division Charles Hunt Award. This award is presented “to a young attorney who exemplifies the honorable ideals of the legal profession and dedication to the Wake County community through participation in Wake County Bar Association events, provision of pro bono…

Teague Campbell included in the 2020 Best Law Firms List Released by U.S. News – Best Lawyers®

Teague Campbell

Teague Campbell Dennis & Gorham, LLP is proud to announce that the firm has once again been recognized by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers® in their 2020 “Best Law Firms” rankings. U.S. News reports that, “firms included in the 2020 Edition of “Best Law Firms” are recognized for professional excellence with consistently impressive ratings…

Occupational Diseases: An Overview

Tracey Jones and Melissa Woodard

There are two categories of workers’ compensation claims: injury by accident and occupational disease claims.  Occupational diseases are contracted over time based on the nature of the employee’s job.  Some of the most common examples are hearing loss, respiratory diseases from alleged exposure to harmful chemicals or dust, and carpal tunnel syndrome. North Carolina has…

13 Attorneys from Teague Campbell Dennis & Gorham, LLP Recognized in the Best Lawyers in America© 2020

Teague Campbell

Teague Campbell is proud to announce that 13 of its attorneys were recently selected by their peers for inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America© 2020. The firm maintains its reputation among clients and peers by consistently being recognized by organizations such as Best Lawyers®. The firm is also pleased to announce that Julie Hooten was…

Implications of Recent Case Law on the Exclusive Remedy Doctrine

Bruce Hamilton and Elizabeth Ligon

The North Carolina Court of Appeals recently released two decisions that impact the state’s exclusive remedy doctrine. Under N.C. Gen. Stat. § 97-10.1, the North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act provides an exclusive remedy for unintentional work-related injuries. This provision affords North Carolina employers “limited” liability and allows employers to more accurately calculate their exposures, unlike…