Ben E. Klein is a founder and partner at Sigmon Klein, PLLC. Ben has taken the experience he gained from working at two prior litigation firms in the area to hone his skills and gain invaluable knowledge on the representation of clients needing assistance in the civil setting.
Ben's practice encompasses all aspects of civil litigation but he focuses mainly on advocating for those who have been injured due to the negligence of others. As an advocate for the injured, Ben will fight to achieve the highest possible recovery from insurance companies throughout all stages of the litigation process, from the date of injury to the date of trial. Ben has negotiated favorable settlements for his clients both prior to and following the filing of the civil action. He has successfully argued for and against critical motions in Court that have led to positive results for his clients. Finally, Ben has and will continue to fight for his clients at arbitration or in trial to help them receive the recovery they deserve.
The week of January 13, 2014 Ben took a case to trial on behalf of an injured motorist who was involved in a T-bone collision caused by an Allstate insured driver. Prior to trial, the highest offer made by the insurance company to settle the case was $4,250.00. The jury returned a verdict of $54,777.00. Allstate was forced to pay the full amount plus interest & costs.
In addition to personal injury matters, Ben also practices in the area of business and commercial litigation. Ben has represented both individuals and business entities in a wide range of litigation matters that include breaches of contract, landlord/tenant disputes, disputes with financial institutions/advisors, partnership disputes, business torts, and insurance coverage and subrogation.
Ben was born and raised in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He attended Wofford College in Spartanburg, South Carolina and received his law degree from Elon University School of Law. When not practicing law, Ben enjoys the outdoors and spending time with his wife, Maegan, and daughter, Winni, and sons, Henry and Baker.
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.