Congratulations to Grimes Teich Anderson attorney Henry Teich and paralegal Debbie Dante, who received top awards from the North Carolina Advocates for Justice at their summer convention.
Hank is the recipient of the Ebbie Award, given by the President of the NCAJ in recognition of service and inspired commitment to the organization. Debbie is this year’s recipient of The Robbie Price Award, given to recognize the vital work of paralegals and legal assistants for “significant contributions in the fight for justice for her clients and the citizens of North Carolina.”
Debbie joined Grimes Teich Anderson LLP in 1993. Before her retirement this year, she worked in the personal injury department. She was a North Carolina Board Certified Paralegal and a Nationally Certified Legal Assistant of the National Association of Legal Assistants. Debbie was also the firm’s software manager and IT liaison. In addition, she helped form the Asheville Area Paralegal Association and, as a member of the NCAJ, Debbie was Program Chair of the Paralegal Division. In 2007, the NCAJ awarded her the Order of Service for her contributions of time and talent in advancing the organization’s mission to protect people’s rights.
Hank, a founder of Grimes Teich Anderson, is a North Carolina Board Certified Specialist in Workers’ Compensation Law. He is a member of the NCAJ Board of Governors, a member of the Executive Committee of the Workers’ Compensation Section, and a benefactor of the organization. He has received the NCAJ’s Order of Service 5 times and is listed in Best Lawyers in America® and North Carolina Super Lawyers.®
The NCAJ is a nonpartisan organization of legal professionals dedicated to protecting people’s rights. Grimes Teich Anderson is a North Carolina and South Carolina injury & disability law firm with primary offices in Asheville and Greenville. www.gtalaw.net