RESULTS MATTER. That is why clients choose CSH Law. Our attorneys have extensive knowledge of and experience with the North Carolina court systems, including federal and state courts and administrative agencies. No matter where you are in the litigation process, we will take the time to understand your goals and tolerance for risk, and we will use this information to develop a strategy focused on achieving the most favorable results.
Katie Weaver Hartzog obtained dismissal of plaintiff’s claims against a Community College in which he alleged he was discriminated against based on his Post Traumatic Stress Disorder disability, which he obtained during his service in Afghanistan.… Read More
ROB GRIFFIN (Raleigh) and JENNIFER WELCH (Raleigh) successfully moved to set aside an entry of default against an alleged underinsured motorist carrier in Johnston County… Read More
Ward and Hilkey-Boyatt were granted summary judgment on behalf of a tertiary care center in a case where the plaintiff had alleged he was discharged from the hospital with acute appendicitis. … Read More
TODD KING (Charlotte) obtained a defense verdict in a trial involving breach of warranty and lemon law claims against a national car manufacturer. Plaintiff… Read More
Mike Ricci obtained a favorable Opinion and Award from the Full Commission regarding an average weekly wage (AWW) dispute. Defendant-Insurer had filed a Form 60 accepting plaintiff’s claim and stipulating to an AWW based on initial reports of plaintiff’s wages, if he had been employed on a full time basis. However, subsequent investigation revealed plaintiff only picked up shifts as necessary, and was not a full time employee. The Full Commission found and concluded that plaintiff’s testimony regarding his employment history, earnings and jobs performed was not credible. Instead, the Commission agreed with defendants’ calculation of the AWW based on the employer’s testimony and the limited corresponding documentation. As a result, plaintiff’s AWW was amended and his TTD benefits were reduced from $306.27 to $30.00 per week.
Of note, as a result of prior litigation of this matter the Industrial Commission denied plaintiff’s claim for total knee replacement, and further held that plaintiff current condition and need for treatment were unrelated to the compensable injury. Therefore, defendants were not responsible for any ongoing medical treatment in connection with plaintiff’s compensable injuries.… Read More
WE ARE LITIGATORS. We will serve as your trusted partner to manage risk, assess liabilities and damages, and, when necessary, aggressively advocate at trial on your behalf. The litigation process in North Carolina can be complex. We will lead you through the process so you can spend less time worrying about legal matters and more time doing what matters to you—running your business.
PREPARATION IS KEY. Our work with clients often begins before a dispute even occurs. We advise entities on best practices for documentation, policies, and procedures so that they will be better prepared if faced with future litigation. Visit the CSH Law Resource Center for articles and reference materials to help you manage risk and protect your business.
WE ARE INVESTED. In our clients, our communities, and our profession. The people of CSH Law have a long track record of service, not only to our clients, but to the non-profits, civic groups, and professional organizations in North Carolina. We fight for under served populations through our pro bono work with the same tenacity that we fight for our clients.