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This blog is published as a service to our clients and friends. It is intended to provide general information and does not constitute legal advice regarding any specific situation. Past success does not indicate the likelihood of success in any future legal representation.

Charles McGee was recently nominated and elected to serve on the Council for the Workers' Compensation Section of the North Carolina Bar Association.   The Workers' Compensation Section represents the interests of both plaintiff and defense attorneys in North Carolina, and appoints a representative to...

Charles McGee was recently successful in defending a client through the appeals process.  The client, an uninsured motorist insurance carrier, prevailed at the trial court level when summary judgement was granted in its favor.  The plaintiff appealed, and on appeal Charles argued case and statutory...

Charles McGee was recently successful in defending a client from a claim for workers' compensation benefits from an alleged occupational disease. The claimant sought benefits for an alleged foot condition she claimed to have developed as a result of the standing and walking requirements of...

On June 9, 2017, the Supreme Court issued its decision in Wilkes v. City of Greenville, which held in part that a claimant is entitled to a presumption that any condition allegedly arising from a compensable injury – even a condition which the defendants did...