Anna Claire focuses on nursing home abuse and neglect cases. With a background in the areas of family law and personal injury, she has experience helping families and individuals navigate through traumatic and overwhelming situations.
Anna Claire moved to Raleigh from a very small town in rural southern Virginia to attend Campbell Law School. While in law school, she was selected to join Campbell’s Trial Team and renowned trial advocacy program. Through this experience she learned how to convey a client’s story skillfully and effectively in the courtroom to a Judge, jury, and the defense. Ultimately, she and her teammates won the regional competition at the American Association for Justice trial competition and then went on to win Campbell’s first ever National Title. She also received an Outstanding Advocate Award at the South Texas Mock Trial Competition.
Being prepared, paying attention to details, and relentlessly fighting for what’s right are what guide Anna Claire’s practice. She passionately pursues justice for those who need it against corporations that sacrifice human dignity and respect to make a profit.
In her free time, Anna Claire is a Pilates instructor who loves to read anything from historical nonfiction to the latest NY Times Bestsellers and spends as much time as possible outdoors.
- Bachelor’s Degree – James Madison University
- Juris Doctorate – Campbell Law
- State of North Carolina
- U.S. District Court, Eastern District of North Carolina
Raleigh, NC 27612
P (919) 781-1107
F (919) 781-8048
Rocky Mount Office
Rocky Mount, NC 27804
P (252) 443-2111
F (252) 443-9429
Jacksonville, NC 28540
P (910) 377-7671
P (828) 295-7469