When you experience a financial loss, personal injury, or the loss of a loved one everything can change – we know that at Baker Law Firm of Wilmington, NC. With many years of experience litigating on our clients' behalf, you can let us do the worrying about your case and instead focus on you and your loved ones.
Mitch Baker is a native of Lumberton, North Carolina, and enjoyed the “Mayberry” lifestyle growing up. In line with his Southern Baptist upbringing, Baker attended Wake Forest University, obtaining his BS in Biology in 1973 and his juris doctorate in 1976.
Upon graduation, Mitch Baker returned to his hometown and opened a general practice. Over the years, he found his niche in personal injury litigation and as part of that practice developed an expertise in automobile insurance law. He eventually expanded his personal injury practice and opened offices in Wilmington, Elizabethtown, Shallotte and Fayetteville.
During the course of his career, Baker has tried in excess of 100 civil cases to verdict and has handled many more cases that have been settled on the “courthouse steps.” His extensive experience includes the representation of clients in both State and Federal Courts from the trial level to the appellate level.
In addition to the personal injury practice, Mitch Baker calls upon his education as a Series 7 stockbroker and as a licensed life insurance agent to represent clients who have been victims of investment fraud. Mitch also offers estate planning services to the citizens of southeastern North Carolina including wills, powers of attorney, healthcare powers of attorney, living wills and other estate planning documents. He is a member of the Board of Governors of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice. He is recognized as one of the leading authorities in the state on insurance law and is a frequent speaker at seminars on that subject and on personal injury and trial techniques.
He is proud to have received an AV® Peer Review Rating. See www.Martindale.com.
Mitch has resided in Wrightsville Beach for many years with his wife, Connie.