Neil Padrick Wilson is an Associate Attorney at Eims, Tedrow & Ladenburg. He is committed to providing thoughtful and equitable analysis, advice, and representation to self-insured employers in workers’ compensation matters.
Neil has several years of experience working as a case analyst and point-of-contact on behalf of third-party administrators for sprawling and complex settlements, including the Deepwater Horizon (BP Oil Spill) Settlement, the Stryker Modular Hip Settlement, and the Indian Trust Settlement (Cobell v. Salazar). He also has prior experience representing injured parties in worker’s compensation matters and Social Security disability claims. His experience provides him with a diversified understanding of the Industrial Insurance Act, allowing him to view every case from multiple angles.
Neil is a member of the Washington State Bar Association. He graduated from Washington State University and received his Juris Doctor from Mississippi College School of Law. He spent a semester clerking for Presiding Justice George C. Carlson of the Mississippi Supreme Court in 2010. At law school, he served as the Problem Editor for Moot Court, where he authored an all-original federal criminal law problem for the school’s Appellate Advocacy course, later earning him the Sam Wilkins Criminal Law Award. For writing the ‘Best Brief’ in the 2011 Andrews Kurth Moot Court National Championship and for winning the Ogletree Deakins Mississippi Moot Court Championship two years back-to-back (2010 & 2011), he was admitted to the Order of the Barristers upon graduation.
He is an avid board gamer, and his board game collection grows larger each year. Neil is also an amateur crossword constructor, with multiple puzzles published in the New York Times.
PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS & MEMBERSHIPS
Member, Washington State Bar Association
Order of the Barristers
Mississippi College School of Law, Jackson, Mississippi
Juris Doctor, magna cum laude, 2011
Moot Court, Problem Editor, 2009-2011
Sam Wilkins Criminal Law Award
Washington State University, Pullman, Washington
Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, 2008
Mock Trial, 2004-2008 (President 2006-2007)