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Inezmarie Schaut

Inezmarie is licensed to practice law in North and South Carolina, and represents clients in workers’ compensation and personal injury cases in both states. She is following her passion of helping people and representing the interests of injured individuals. Inezmarie has experience with all types of workers’ compensation claims and personal injury cases, and has successfully handled thousands of workers’ compensation and personal injury claims during her 14 years of practice.  She knows that this is more than just a case for her clients; it is their livelihood.  Inezmarie prides herself on providing excellent customer service, and ensuring her clients receive proper medical care and the benefits to which they are entitled.

 

Inezmarie was raised on Long Island, New York and attended college at the State University of New York at Albany where she received a degree in business administration. While at SUNY Albany, Inezmarie volunteered as an Emergency Medical Technician in the college’s student run ambulance core, Five Quad. She received her Juris Doctor degree in 2007 from Touro College Jacob D Fuchsberg Law Center in Central Islip, NY. Following law school, Inezmarie moved to Charlotte to begin her practice of law. The experience she has gained, and the relationships she has built over her 14 years of practicing in Charlotte has allowed her to achieve the best results for her clients.

Outside of work Inezmarie enjoys watching Panthers football, traveling, trying new local restaurants, golfing, and spending time with her husband Nick, their son Camden, and dog Zoe.

 

Rebekah Wolfe

Rebekah Wolfe’s practice is focused on helping injured people and their families navigate the personal injury process. She represents individuals hurt in automobile accidents, motorcycle accidents, and those suffering with burn injuries, spinal cord injuries and brain injuries caused by the negligence of others. Rebekah also represents the families of individuals in wrongful death claims. Her practice also includes premise liability and various other personal injury claims.

Raised in Pennsylvania, Rebekah graduated from Wilkes University in Wikes-Barre, PA with a degree in political science and minor in psychology. She earned her J.D. from Elon University School of Law as a recipient of the Presidential Scholarship. Rebekah is admitted to practice in all North Carolina trial, appellate and federal courts.

Rebekah is a board member of the Young Lawyers Section of the Greensboro Bar Association and has been named to the U.S. News and World Report’s Best Lawyers: Ones to Watch list for 2021. Rebekah was also asked to speak about medical payments to attendees of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice continuing legal education seminar on disbursements.

Rebekah is an avid tennis player and graduated as captain of the women’s tennis team at Wilkes University. When not practicing law, she enjoys spending time with her husband and two children.

Jeff Lewis

Jeff joined Oxner + Permar, pllc in 2019 to continue representing injured workers in North Carolina. Jeff has practiced workers’ compensation law in Greensboro for many years at two well-regarded firms in the area. He was born and raised in Xenia, OH. Prior to going to law school, Jeff worked in data analysis, marketing, and IT. During and after law school, he served as a teacher’s assistant and an adjunct professor at NC State.

Jeff has a Bachelor of Science with a Business major from Miami University in Oxford, Ohio. He attended law school at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, and received his Juris Doctor degree in 2009. He has been admitted to all three federal districts in NC, as well as the state of NC. Jeff is also a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum for attorneys that have received settlements in excess of
$1,000,000. He is also a member of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice Workers’ Compensation section.

In his spare time, Jeff enjoys spending time with his wife of almost 18 years, and his two children Anna and James. He loves coaching his kids’ sports teams, running, and traveling. He is also involved at his church, Christ United Methodist Church in Greensboro. Jeff has also served as a statistician for the Duke women’s basketball team for the past 16 years, and the Cancun Challenge basketball tournaments. He
has also done stats for Duke football, Duke men’s basketball, as well as freelance work for CBS and MASN.

Stase Vonsiatsky

As a North Carolina Board Certified Specialist in Workers’ Compensation Law, Stase advocates for his clients and works closely with them on a personal level.  He is licensed to represent workers’ compensation clients in both North and South Carolina. He is passionate about representing injured workers to insure they receive all the benefits they are entitled to. Stase views his role as a counselor of law and works closely with his clients to develop a relationship that best represents their legal, financial, and personal interests.

Stase grew up in Clemmons and attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, graduating with a degree in political science. He then graduated Cum Laude from the Charlotte School of Law.

Stase and his wife, Samantha, have three children: Anastase, Archer, and Eleanor. He is a member of Five Stones Church, an Eagle Scout, and a passionate fan of Carolina basketball, Carolina Panthers football, and good southern food.  Most mornings you can find Stase somewhere outside at 5am working out with his friends at F3

Holland B. Ferguson

Holland is a North Carolina board certified workers’ compensation specialist. She grew up in Greensboro, North Carolina and graduated from Duke University with a degree in environmental science and policy in 2002. She earned her J.D. from the University of Miami and moved back to North Carolina in 2005 to be closer to family.

She began her career as an attorney defending insurance companies and employers in workers’ compensation claims. Holland has successfully handled thousands of workers’ compensation claims over her ten years as a practicing attorney and she has appeared before many Deputy Commissioners, the Full Commission, and the North Carolina Court of Appeals. She has experience with all types of workers’ compensation cases including traumatic injury by accidents, occupational diseases, and other catastrophic injuries.

Holland is now representing injured workers and helping them obtain all of the benefits to which they are entitled. Her prior experience and knowledge of the workers’ compensation system help her achieve outstanding results for her clients.

Outside of work Holland enjoys spending time with her family, being outdoors, and traveling. She is also an active member of the Junior League of Charlotte, and serves as the Vice-Chair of the North Carolina Bar Association Workers’ Compensation Section Council.