Kevin Bunn is a life-long resident of North Carolina. After graduating from Enloe High School, in Raleigh, in 1982 he received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1986, with majors in Political Science and English. Then in 1989, he received the degree of Master of Public Administration, and was awarded the Robert House Fellowship.
In 1993, Kevin received his Juris Doctor from the UNC School of Law, and became a member of the North Carolina Bar Association that same year. Kevin has practiced law in Cary, N.C., since 1993. Licensed to practice in State and Federal courts, and the Cherokee Tribal Courts, Kevin focuses his practice primarily on workers’ compensation, exclusively representing injured North Carolina workers.
Mr. Bunn is a member of the North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers where he serves on the Workers’ Compensation Section Executive Committee. According to Martindell-Hubbell Kevin Bunn is rated by local attorneys as having “Very High” ethical standards, and “High to Very High” legal abilities. North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Practice in North Carolina Kevin regularly represents injured North Carolina workers before the North Carolina Industrial Commission (NCIC).
His North Carolina workers’ compensation practice, often referred to as “workman’s comp” or “workmen’s comp,” focuses on a wide variety of workplace injuries, including back injuries, falls, automobile accidents while on-the-job, as well as hip, leg, knee, ankle, foot, shoulder, arm elbow, wrist and hand injuries.
Kevin has also successfully handled psychological injuries due to workplace trauma. Kevin represents workers injured on the job in North Carolina, as well as workers who are injured outside North Carolina while working for a North Carolina company. In fact, many of Kevin’s workers’ comp clients now live outside North Carolina. Kevin is currently accepting new NC workers’ compensation clients.
Kevin has been certified by the North Carolina State Bar as an Expert in Workers' Compensation Law.