Gaffney, SC WW/Press/April 27, 2021 – Anna-Karina Parker, Attorney with Winter & Rhoden, LLC was selected for inclusion into the Top Attorneys of North America 2021-2022 edition by The Who’s Who Directories.
“I am honest, and not only will guide and fight for my client within the judicial system; I will also serve to help my client become whole again.”
For over 30 years, Winter & Rhoden has represented clients in Gaffney and across South Carolina, including individuals in Spartanburg and Union. The personal injury attorneys have helped people who have been injured due to the negligence of others and have represented clients in legal mattes including family law, criminal law, court appeals, social security disability and workers’ compensation claims. If you are facing criminal charges or you need help appealing a verdict, then the criminal defense and appeals services may help. They also can assist you with your family and legacy with an estate plan offering wills and probate services. At Winter & Rhoden they provide trustworthy service backed by decades of experience.
Anna-Karina Parker has experience in many areas of law, including Personal Injury and Criminal Law. She was admitted to practice law in the state of South Carolina in 2012 and North Carolina in 2013. As a personal injury attorney, Mrs. Parker can help you determine which legal options are available to you. You may be able to file a claim for compensation if you or a loved one suffered damages. Examples of damages could include medical bills, lost income, loss of future earning capacity and pain and suffering. Depending on the type of injury you or a loved one suffered, your damages could be in the millions of dollars. She is here to fight for the compensation you deserve.
In Criminal matters, Mrs. Parker has extensive experience in handling many types of criminal cases, including Murder, Armed Robbery, Burglary, Criminal Sexual Conduct, Larceny, Drug Offenses, Assault & Battery, DUI and many others. Her defense work has led to many successful resolutions.
Prior to being a partner at Winter & Rhoden, Mrs. Parker worked at the Department of Social Services in Child Protective Services before attending law school at Charlotte School of Law. While attending law school, Mrs. Parker received an internship through the Charlotte Mecklenburg District Attorney’s Office. Her prior background brings real life experiences in her legal practice allowing for fair and honest resolutions ensuring that her clients are represented aggressively no matter the situation.
Mrs. Parker graduated with honors from New York Military Academy in 1992 and received her Bachelor’s Degree in 1996 and her Master’s Degree in 1999. She earned her Juris Doctor in 2012. After graduating with her Master’s Degree, Mrs. Parker worked with area churches in youth ministry and began a non-profit organization for inner city youth in Grand Rapids, Michigan called Home of Agape. This organization worked with youth in the juvenile system between the ages of 16-21. Mrs. Parker was also a Volunteer Instructor for the Crossroad Bible Institute. Mrs. Parker spent some time in Montana working with the Cheyenne and crow Indian Reservation at St. Labre Indian School.
Mrs. Parker is a member of various organizations and civic activities nationwide and in Cherokee County, including the National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives, Phi Delta Phi, International Legal Honor Society, Boots on the Ground Mentoring Initiative, and a founder and board member of Cherokee Charter School.