Whitfield Bryson & Mason LLP
900 W. Morgan Street
Raleigh, NC 27603
Karl joined Whitfield, Bryson and Mason at the firm’s inception, representing individuals who have been injured, taken advantage of and marginalized.
Karl’s practice is concentrated on complex litigation including mass torts, serious personal injury and wrongful death, professional negligence, construction defects, products liability and medical negligence.
While earning his law degree from Wake Forest University, Karl captained the American Association for Justice Trial Team to the regional finals, and earned the Roger Goldberg Award in Trial Advocacy, which is awarded annually to a Wake Forest School of Law student who shows the highest aptitude and ethics in trial advocacy. Karl earned dual undergraduate degrees in philosophy and political science from the University of North Carolina at Wilmington, focusing in the areas of formal logic and international political economy.
- February 2013: Won a $1.39 million verdict after a three week jury trial in Madisonville, Kentucky on behalf of a church and a business against two coal companies for causing subsidence to their properties
- June 2012: Won a verdict and judgment of over $3 million after a three week jury trial in Wilmington, North Carolina involving a contractor's defective construction of marine bulkhead
- Named to the Super Lawyers' Rising Stars list as one of the top up-and-coming attorneys in North Carolina for 2013
- Co-chair of the 2013 American Association for Justice (AAJ) STAC law school trial competition to be held in Raleigh, NC.
- Current member of the AAJ public policy and law school education committees, as well as the NCAJ legislative and professional negligence committees.
- Current Wake County Captain for NCAJ.
- Karl is licensed to practice in North Carolina, Kentucky and Tennessee.
You can reach Karl at 919-600-5018 or by emailing him at email@example.com