Slaughter LAW brings together a team of talented individuals who share a commitment to serving clients with the highest level of personal attention and support. M. Troy Slaughter has been in private practice since 1993, representing hundreds of clients in personal injury actions and workers’ compensation claims.
M. Troy Slaughter is the president of Slaughter LAW, PLLC and has been practicing law for more than 20 years. He is a former officer in the U.S. Navy, and worked for the Office of Naval Intelligence for seven years while on active duty and in the reserves. He earned a bachelor’s degree in international studies from UNC Chapel Hill in 1987 and a doctorate in jurisprudence from the University of Tennessee in 1993.
After graduating from law school, Slaughter entered into a private practice in Wilmington, North Carolina, representing clients in state and federal courts. He has extensive experience in personal injury litigation, wrongful death litigation, workers’ compensation, investment fraud, and tort litigation.
Angie Deaver is the senior paralegal for Slaughter LAW, PLLC and a native of Whiteville, North Carolina. She brings more than 17 years of legal experience to our team, including five years in a general practice environment where she gained extensive experience in criminal law, real estate law and personal injury law.
For the past 12 years she has worked exclusively in the areas of personal injury and workers’ compensation. She is the lead litigation paralegal for the firm’s personal injury cases and workers’ compensation cases.
We are selective in the cases we pursue and are fully prepared to litigate our clients’ cases when necessary.
We help employees who have been injured on the job and are unable to work to pursue the remedies available to them under the Workers’ Compensation Act.
Our team is experienced in helping clients recover money and other assets lost as a result of financial fraud and other deceptive practices.
A horrific crash that claimed the life of a 29-year-old pregnant woman nearly four years ago resulted in a complex wrongful death suit against several defendants who agreed last month to settle the case for more than $800,000.
By: Allison Retka May 20, 2011 A car crash that left an 80-year-old man with fatal brain damage has settled confidentially for $1.75 million. The October 2008 crash occurred when a small commercial truck ran a stop sign. The plaintiff, driving from the truck driver’s right, hit the truck’s front-side corner, causing the truck to […]
By: North Carolina Lawyers Weekly Staff March 8, 2011 Plaintiff’s vehicle was struck from behind by a vehicle traveling at 45 mph. Plaintiff lost consciousness in the collision. In March 2007, he underwent cervical decompression, a complete diskectomy, bilateral foraminotomies and decompression of the nerve roots. He developed depression due to his inability to sustain […]
By: dmc-admin August 26, 2002 Brief statement of claim: The plaintiff was sexually assaulted by a classmate on the premises of the public high school where she was enrolled as a mentally handicapped student. The assault occurred between two portable classrooms during a daily walk around the campus. The defendant was a Willie M student. […]
By: North Carolina Lawyers Weekly Staff February 22, 2011 Plaintiffs were long-time investors with Raymond James and followed the recommendations of a branch manager to purchase stock in a local business as part of their retirement planning. It was later determined that the Raymond James branch manager was not authorized to “sell away” and he […]