Collier Law

Collier Law

At Collier Law, we're here to help you move forward after an accident. If you're a victim, it's important for you to not only know your rights, but to have a legal advocate who will aggressively fight to protect them. That's what we do every day.

Firm Overview

An accident at work can be devastating. There are often serious medical and financial obstacles to overcome, along with significant questions about the future. It's a stressful time, and trying to navigate your way through it can be overwhelming.

If you hire us, it's important to know that we only get paid if you do. Until that day comes, you can count on us being your legal advocates: guiding you through this difficult process, fighting to secure the compensation you deserve, and giving you peace of mind when you need it the most.

Contact our Charlotte office today to schedule your free consultation. Call 704.246.5749 or 877.345.7195. Se Habla Espanol!

Main Office

Main Office
601 East Blvd
Charlotte, NC 28203


(704) 246-5749


(704) 802-5223

Trey Collier

Collier Law

Trey Collier actually began his legal career working for a large defense firm that represented employers and insurance companies in workers' compensation cases. In other words, doing the opposite of what he does now.

Even though Trey quickly discovered that he'd rather fight on the side of injured workers instead of defend big insurance carriers, his initial experience on the other side of the courtroom has given Trey a unique and invaluable perspective. He knows how both sides of a workers' compensation case think. He knows the process. And he knows what employers and their insurance companies are ultimately trying to achieve.

Trey approaches each one of his cases armed with this powerful insight. Whether sitting inside a courtroom or at a negotiating table, he uses it to fight for the financial compensation and emotional closure his clients deserve.

Trey has appeared before the deputy commissioners of the North Carolina Industrial Commission, the Full Commission, the North Carolina Court of Appeals, and the North Carolina District and Superior Courts. He has also spoken on a wide array of topics relating to workers' compensation law in North Carolina.

A native of Salisbury, NC, Trey earned a double major in history and political science at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill before receiving his juris doctorate from Campbell University School of Law.

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