Beau Wilder was born in Charlotte, North Carolina, and was raised in the nearby town of Gastonia. After completing high school, Beau chose to attend North Carolina State University. It was here that he became a member of the Phi Beta Kappa honor society, and graduated with summa cum laude honors. After earning his undergraduate degree, Mr. Wilder decided to pursue a career in law. He enrolled in the University of South Carolina School of Law, where he would serve as a member of the editorial board of the South Carolina Law Review. After graduating from law school, Beau began his legal career by serving as a law clerk for Federal Court Judge Graham C. Mullen in Charlotte. This not only allowed him to gain firsthand experience in federal litigation, it provided an invaluable opportunity to see cases through the perspective of a judge. In the following years, Beau practiced criminal defense, family law, and personal injury law in the greater Charlotte area. It was here that he was able to develop his ability to litigate cases with jury trials, motion hearings, and settlement negotiations.
In the last decade, Beau has represented hundreds of personal injury victims across North and South Carolina. He has successfully litigated claims in the following jurisdictions and courts: North Carolina District Courts, North Carolina Superior Courts, North Carolina Federal District Courts, North Carolina Industrial Commission, appeals in front of the North Carolina Full Commission, South Carolina Federal District Court, South Carolina Court of Commons Pleas, South Carolina Workers’ Compensation Commission, and appeals in front of the South Carolina Commission Review. Beau works tirelessly on behalf of his clients and fiercely advocates for injured victims at every stage.
Beau is now a partner with Wilder Pantazis, PLLC and devotes his practice to representing victims of personal injury, including car accidents and workplace injuries. Mr. Wilder is qualified to litigate claims in North and South Carolina state courts, federal courts, and more.
Bar Admissions and Courts:
- North Carolina
- South Carolina
- Western District of North Carolina
- Middle District of North Carolina
- Eastern District of North Carolina
- District of South Carolina
Professional Honors and Associations:
- North Carolina Advocates for Justice- Workers’ Compensation and Auto Torts
- Member of the Mecklenburg County Bar Association
- South Carolina Bar Member
- Listed in Charlotte Business Journal, People on the Move, 2010