Attorneys Elizabeth Ligon and Logan Shipman Publish Article in LexisNexis Workers’ Compensation Emerging Issues Analysis

Teague Campbell

Teague Campbell attorneys Elizabeth Ligon and Logan Shipman have been featured in LexisNexis’ 2022 Edition of Workers’ Compensation Emerging Issues Analysis. This year’s issue highlights the 50 year anniversary of the National Commission on State Workman’s [sic] Compensation Laws, a Commission that met in 1972 to discuss the American workers’ compensation system and out of which…

An Historical Analysis of North Carolina’s Extended Benefits Cap and Potential Constitutional Challenges to N.C. Gen. Stat. § 97-29

Elizabeth Ligon and Logan Shipman

The 1972 Report of the National Commission on State Workmen’s Compensation Laws and the Elimination of North Carolina’s Cap on Extended Benefits Created in 1929 as a compromise between the state’s employers and its workers, the North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act originally contained a 400-week cap on indemnity benefits. On July 31, 1972, the National…

Teague Campbell Included in the 2023 Best Law Firms List Released by U.S. News – Best Lawyers®

Teague Campbell

U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers®, for the 13th consecutive year, announced the release of the “Best Law Firms” rankings. Teague Campbell Dennis & Gorham, LLP is honored to, yet again, receive notable rankings in both the Raleigh and Asheville metropolitan areas. The 2023 rankings incorporate more than 12.2 million evaluations of more…

Two Return to Work Decisions Shed Light on Determining Factors Considered by NC Court of Appeals on Disability

Lindsay Underwood

Two return to work decisions were recently handed down from the North Carolina Court of Appeals, both of which are helpful in determining how the Court is currently examining disability issues. The first case, Geraldine Cromartie v. Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., Inc., involved a machine operator who sustained a laceration to the right hand.…