Lindsay is an attorney in the firm’s Charlotte office with a practice focused in the areas of workersʹ compensation. She regularly represents insurance companies and employers involved in a wide range of business sectors, including food and service, trucking, manufacturing, and financial industries along with a large assortment of small businesses throughout North Carolina. Lindsay also has extensive experience defending a Fortune 100 media and communications corporation throughout North Carolina in a wide-array of claims involving customer service representatives to technicians. Lindsay has a broad range of trial experience and aggressively works with each client toward favorable claim resolutions.
Lindsay is an active member of the North Carolina Bar Association, Mecklenburg County Bar Association, and the North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys. Lindsay serves as a Volunteer Attorney for the Council For Children’s Rights, in which she fiercely advocates for the best interest of children involved in high conflict custody battles. She also published a law article titled “People Not Equal: A Glimpse Into the Use of Profiling and the Effect A Pending U.N. Human Rights Committee Case May Have On United States’ Policy” in the Spring 2008 issue of the 14 Wash. & Lee Journal for Civil Rights & Social Justice 303. In her spare time, Lindsay enjoys spending time outside and exploring Charlotte with her husband, young son, and two dogs. She also enjoys cooking and watching sports, particularly football.
PROFESSIONAL AND CIVIC INVOLVEMENT:
- North Carolina State Bar
- North Carolina Bar Association
- Mecklenburg County Bar Association
- Defense Research Institute
- “People Not Equal: A Glimpse Into the Use of Profiling and the Effect A Pending U.N. Human Rights Committee Case May Have On United States’ Policy” in the Spring 2008 issue of the 14 Wash. & Lee Journal for Civil Rights & Social Justice 303.
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- Lindsay successfully defended an employer and their insurance carrier before the North Carolina Court of Appeals against an employee’s claim that he sustained a compensable back and neck injury while lifting a tire. The claim was denied due to the claimants’ failure to immediately report the injury and failure to report a work-related injury to the Urgent Care physician, despite subsequently having the back and neck injury related to his work treated by his orthopedist and neurologist. It was determined by the North Carolina Industrial Commission that plaintiff was not a credible witness and that there was no compensable injury. The Court of Appeals affirmed the Commission’s determination.