By applying her sharp attention to detail and intrinsic problem-solving skills, Peyton Baer strives to resolve claims in a succinct and efficient manner while establishing strong working relationships with each client. Applying a forward-thinking attitude and solid critical analysis to everything she does, Peyton brings plenty to the table in Charlotte as a worker’s compensation attorney.

Her background is rife with stellar achievements, among them including magna cum laude recognition at the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law graduating in the top ten percent of her class along with five book awards and multiple academic honors listings. While in law school she served as a Teaching Scholar for Civil Procedure and also served as President of the Federal Bar Association on campus. She interned at multiple firms in the southeast including a Judicial Externship with the Honorable Frank D. Whitney for the Western District Court of North Carolina.

While not practicing law, Peyton enjoys reading true crime and historical nonfiction books, participating in fitness classes, and traveling. She is also an avid UNC Tar Heels fan.

Experience and Involvement


  • Civil Procedure Teaching Scholar (2020-22)
  • Federal Bar Association (President, 2021-22, Secretary, 2020-21)

Campbell University:

  • Dean’s Excellence Scholarship
  • Phi Kappa Phi
  • Civil Procedure II Book Award (Spring 2020)
  • Academic Honors List (Fall 2020, Spring 2022)
  • Constitutional Law II Book Award (Spring 2021)
  • Remedies Book Award (Spring 2022)
  • Insurance Law and Advanced Torts Book Award (Spring 2022)
  • Practical Skills for Lawyers Book Award (Spring 2022)