Payton Hoover

Phone 704-333-0885
Fax 704-372-7718

Education

J.D., Campbell University
Buies Creek, NC, 2003
Order of Old Kivett
Pi Alpha Delta

B.A., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Chapel Hill, NC, 1994

Admissions

Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice

North Carolina

South Carolina

Western, Middle and Eastern Districts of North Carolina Federal Courts

District of South Carolina Federal Court

Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals

Professional & Bar Association Memberships

North Carolina Bar
Member Since: 2003

South Carolina Bar
Member Since: 2007

Mecklenburg County Bar Association

North Carolina Advocates for Justice

Bobbitt Inn of Court

Christ Episcopal Church

Associate Attorney, PI Litigation Department Head

Payton D. Hoover is a native of Charlotte, North Carolina and was admitted to the North Carolina State Bar in 2003 and South Carolina State Bar in 2007. Payton received his B.A. in Journalism and Mass Communications in 1994 from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. After graduation, he spent five years working in the advertising industry before pursuing his legal degree. Payton received his J.D. in 2003 from Campbell University. While at Campbell he was inducted into the Pi Alpha Delta Fraternity and the Order of Old Kivett for excellence in trial advocacy. He also worked as an intern with the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the Harnett County District Attorney’s Office and North Carolina Court of Appeals Judge Wanda Bryant.

Payton spent the early years of his legal career gaining valuable trial experience as a criminal defense attorney in Eastern North Carolina. Since then, he has devoted his practice to civil litigation, representing both Plaintiffs and Defendants in a wide array of legal matters. Mr. Hoover represented insurance companies for over half a decade; but now his practice is solely concentrated on helping injured people negotiate fairly with insurance carriers. Mr. Hoover has tried cases at all levels of state court in North and South Carolina. He has also argued cases at the State and Federal appellate levels, including the United States Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.