Our Law Firm believes that clients’ success determines our own. So we ensure both by collaborating with our clients to achieve their goals.


A long-term or permanently disabling injury, medical malpractice, toxic exposure, or an insurance company’s refusal to pay can make the trauma of an accident even more painful. The legal rules involved in a particular claim or the severity of injuries may further complicate this kind of case. You need caring, experienced attorneys on your side to help you through this difficult time. We have offices in Raleigh and Durham with staff ready to help you.


If you’ve been in a car or motorcycle accident in the Raleigh and Durham area, our attorneys can help. We can guide you through the first steps immediately after an accident, help determine who was at fault, and seek recovery for injuries and damages.


Nothing is more painful than losing a family member due to misconduct or negligence in situations like an automobile or plane crash, an accident during a supervised activity, hazardous exposure, or criminal behavior. An experienced attorney can help you seek compensation for emotional distress and economic losses. Our offices in Raleigh and Durham are ready to help with your case.


Small claims involve civil cases where a plaintiff’s amount in controversy is $10,000 or less. We are here to evaluate the dispute and determine the actual value of the claim whether it is a breach of contract action, a money owed, recovery of personal property, or even a landlord-tenant issue. Sometimes we can help you realize other costs, money owed, or damages that you may have incurred. Additionally, we can determine other factors that would make it more appropriate to pursue your case through civil litigation. Schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys to get an honest, knowledgeable assessment of your case.

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Honest hardworking attorneys that work for the client! Excellent customer service, professional and polished attorneys who get the job done! Thanks again!

Charles Yancey September 11, 2017