Motor Vehicle Accident Drug Injury Fire & Burn Injury Workers' Compensation Wrongful Death Personal Injury Tractor Trailer Accidents Appellate Practice Civil Trial Practice, State and Federal Courts
Scott Anderson has been an attorney since 1989, and is licensed to practice in North Carolina and South Carolina. Because of that, he can often be found working and meeting clients in any one of the Grimes Teich Anderson offices including in Greenville, South Carolina or Asheville, North Carolina.
In the first five years of his practice, he focused on insurance defense and criminal defense representing several auto insurance companies and workers compensation companies as well as the S.C Uninsured Employers Fund. He regularly was lead counsel in jury trials and administrative hearings for these clients. In his criminal defense practice, Scott tried multiple cases in matters ranging from murder to criminal sexual conduct to driving while under the influence.
In 1994, Scott's practice transitioned to the representation of injured people in civil trials and workers compensation hearings. Since that time, he has only represented injured people.
His fortunate combination of substantial trial experience and familiarity with oppressive insurance company practices makes him a strong advocate for injured people who need help to get the money and care they deserve.
Scott has represented clients and obtained favorable verdicts for injured people in State Court and United States Districts Court in North Carolina and South Carolina. He has argued cases in the North Carolina Court of Appeals, the South Carolina Court of Appeals and the South Carolina Supreme Court. Scott is also admitted to the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. He is admitted to the Bar of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee.
Scott is rated AV? Preeminent by Martindale Hubbell, a well respected, national organization which has been providing ratings and information about lawyers for more than 140 years. This significant rating is based on peer reviews and attests to the lawyer's high legal skill and ethical standards. Scott has also been accepted for membership in the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. Only attorneys who have had a case or trial which resulted in a verdict or settlement in the amount of one million dollars or more may become members.*
Scott has been married to Melissa since 1988 and they have four children. He is a member of First Presbyterian Church and also attends Triune Mercy Center. He has served on the Boards of First Presbyterian Kindergarten, the South Carolina RSD Support Group and the St. Andrews Society of Upper South Carolina. Scott volunteers with Troop 19 of the Boy Scouts and coached youth basketball at his church. He likes to spend time with his family, support the Tarheels and the Gamecocks, hike and camp.
- Every case is different and may have a different result.
J.D., University of South Carolina School of Law, 1989 B.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1986
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
South Carolina, 1989 North Carolina, 1990 U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals, 1990 U.S. District Court, South Carolina District, 1990 U.S. District Court, North Carolina Western District, 1993 U.S. District Court, North Carolina Middle District, 1997 Cherokee Supreme Court (Eastern Band), 2007 United States Supreme Court, 2009 U.S. District Court, North Carolina Eastern District, 2012 U.S. Court of Federal Claims, 2018
Professional & Bar Association Memberships
American Association for Justice
South Carolina Association for Justice
North Carolina Advocates for Justice
Injured Workers' Advocates of South Carolina - member
South Carolina Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Association, Former Board Member
South Carolina Workers Compensation Educational Association - member
South Carolina Bar Resolution of Fee Disputes Board - member
Naylor Concrete Construction Co. v. Mid-Continent Cas.Co., 2014 wl 223221 (N.C. App. 2014) Escobar v. Federal Express Corp., 2011-UP-199467, S.C. Ct. App. (2011) Shelton v. Steelcase, Inc., 197 N.C.App. 404, 677 S.E.2d 485 (N.C.App. 2009); disc. rev. denied, 682 S.E.2d 389 (2009) Multiple Claimants v. N.C. Dept. of Health and Human Services, 176 N.C.App. 278, 626 S.E.2d 666 (N.C.App. 2006); aff'd as modified, 361 N.C. 372, 646 S.E.2d 356 (2007) Hendricks v. Clemson University, 353 S.C. 449, 578 S.E. 2d 711 (2003) Warren v. Merastar Insurance Co., 2002-UP-789, S.C. Ct. App. (2002) Greene v. Absorba Oshkosh and Liberty Mutual Ins. Co., 2000-UP-N.C. Ct. App. (2000) Hendricks v. Clemson University, 339 S.C. 552, 529 S.E. 2d 293 Ct. App. (2000) Mitch Contracting Co. v. Terra Nova Insurance, 2000-UP-033, S.C. Ct App. (2000) Morasco v. Dunklin Fire Dept. & S.C. Uninsured Employer's Fund, 2000-UP-324 S.C. Ct. App. (2000) Zeager v. Mitch Contracting Co., 1998-UP-337 (1998) Minarovich v. Textile Stores & Companion Property & Casualty, 97-UP-336 S.C. Ct. App. (1997) Revis v. Allshouse and Auto Owners Insurance, 94-UP-185, S.C. Ct. App. (1994) Mosley v. Bi-Lo, Inc., 93-UP-S.C. Ct. App. (1993) First Federal Savings and Loan Ass'n v. Stephens, 91-UP-S.C. Ct. App. (1991) Rouse v. Rouse, 91-UP-118 S.C. Ct. App. (1991) Wright v. General Heating and Air, 306 S.C. 331, 411 S.E.2d 829 Ct. App. (1991)