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Katie A. King

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As an experienced civil litigator and former prosecutor, Katie has worked closely with law enforcement officers and multiple agencies during criminal investigations.  Her practice currently focuses on tort and business litigation, including instituting actions for personal injury, wrongful death, negligence and gross negligence, fraud, and unfair and deceptive trade practices.

Katie has been an active member of North Carolina Advocates for Justice since 2014 and served on the Auto Torts Executive Committee since 2020.  She has also been invited to speak to classes at Wake Forest School of Law on topics of trial practice, administrative law, and occupational licensure defense.

About Katie

Before joining our firm in 2017, Katie was an associate at Twiggs Strickland & Rabenau, PA, which was a nationally respected law firm known for litigating wrongful death and catastrophic personal injury cases.

Immediately out of law school, Katie worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.  There she tried dozens of bench trials in both District and Superior Court.  Katie led both felony and misdemeanor prosecutions.  It was as an ADA that Katie first gained experience with accident reconstruction techniques and the prosecution of misdemeanor death by motor vehicle charges.  Katie was also a member of the office’s first Animal Cruelty Task Force.


Katie recently finished her term as President of the Washington Square Homeowners Association, during which time the Board oversaw the largest renovation and restoration project in recent years.  Katie has been active in charity events with the Triangle Greyhound Society (which has now merged with Greyhound Friends) and was previously an active member of the Alexander Family YMCA.  Katie formerly volunteered as a U-12 girls soccer coach.  Katie also enjoys playing league tennis, yoga, and biking along the Neuse River.

Past Results Include:

  • $100,000 workers compensation death benefit settlement for 21-year-old temporary warehouse employee shot and killed by co-worker. (2022)
  • $710,000 global settlement for a high school student, who suffered permanent partial vision loss as a result of an incident in gym class. (2021)
  • $450,000 global settlement for a husband and wife against builder, subcontractor, and maintenance company, where wife suffered permanent neurological damage from mold exposure due to a design flaw in the HVAC system of their newly constructed home. (2021)
  • Recovery of undisclosed amount on behalf of a family trust following allegations of breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, and undue influence by the niece of the settlor. (2021)
  • Confidential settlement in wrongful death claim on behalf of estate of beloved husband and father killed when struck by SUV while on foot.  (2020)
  • $250,000 settlement for a minor child and mother, after her child was injured in a drive-by shooting of a home daycare where the child was a participant. (2019)
  • $160,000 settlement in a medical malpractice claim for a teenage girl, who was repeatedly administered two to three times the appropriate dosage of medication for bi-polar disorder while at a residential treatment facility. (2019)
  • $80,000 settlement for a former police officer who suffered lung damage after exposure to natural gas while directing traffic away from the site of a leak. (2019)
  • $80,000 settlement for a woman, whose nail was punctured during an acrylic nail application, which resulted in three blood infections and insertion of a PICC-line. (2018)

DISCLAIMER:  The outcome of a particular case cannot be predicated upon a lawyer’s or a law firm’s past results.  Past results should not be construed as a representation that we will be successful with any particular case in the future, and not every case in which we have been involved has resulted in a favorable outcome.  Settlements are the result of private negotiations between the parties involved that may be affected by factors other than the legal merits of a particular case.