Top Avon Consumer Protection Lawyers - North Carolina

  • 219 South Water Street Swansboro NC 28584 34.68616 -77.12112

    Accepting clients by appointment only from our law office in Swansboro, North Carolina, Lanier, Fountain, Ceruzzi & Sabbah Attorneys at Law, provides the aggressive representation and dependable counsel you need for all of your most important and serious issues. Having served the Jacksonville area of North Carolina since 1980, including Camp Lejeune and all of Onslow County, our law firm has...

  • 313 New Bridge Street Jacksonville NC 28540 34.750843 -77.42773

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  • 114 Old Bridge Street Jacksonville NC 28540 34.75054 -77.43236

    Located in Jacksonville, North Carolina, Lanier, Fountain, Ceruzzi & Sabbah, Attorneys at Law, offers a full range of legal services in a variety of practice areas in order to help individuals, families and business owners with all of their most important and serious legal issues. Serving the Jacksonville metro area, Onslow County, Camp Lejeune and the surrounding communities of Eastern North...

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    123 Burgaw Creek Loop Rd. Burgaw NC 28425 34.57464 -77.908485

    1. Wilmington, NC   Attorney Brett Wentz founded our Wilmington law firm, Wentz Law, PLLC, to offer representation to those living in coastal North Carolina facing both misdemeanor and felony charges. Today, Mr. Wentz has built a reputation as one of the region's most respected criminal defense attorneys, and clients from throughout Pender and New Hanover counties know to turn to him for...

  • 107 E. Fremont St. Burgaw NC 28425 34.549835 -77.92531

    The Law Office of Zachary S. Rivenbark in Burgaw, North Carolina, offers area residents the opportunity to work with a well-prepared hometown attorney. The law firm handles a variety of legal practice areas, including criminal defense, family law, personal injury, medical malpractice, wrongful death and estate planning.  Born and raised in Burgaw, lawyer Zachary S. Rivenbark is both...

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