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Top Waxhaw Consumer Protection Lawyers - North Carolina

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    Roane Law, in Greensboro, North Carolina, is a successful personal injury law firm that represents plaintiffs only in lawsuits against negligent parties and their insurers. It does not represent insurance companies or defendants. The firm seeks justice and compensation for its clients in situations involving serious motor vehicle accidents, premises liability accidents, medical malpractice and...

  • At the law firm of Henson & Talley in Greensboro, North Carolina, we offer comprehensive legal services and high-quality representation in the following practice areas to serve the needs of individuals and businesses throughout the Triad Region and the rest of North Carolina: Business and corporate law and commercial litigation : Whether you are just starting your business or need solid...

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    Here at the law office of Mark D. Locklear in Lumberton, North Carolina, we are fully prepared to help you protect your rights and entitlements and increase your chances of obtaining the maximum amount of compensation you deserve for the injuries and losses you suffered as the result of someone else's negligence or wrongdoing. Along with handling all types of personal injury and wrongful death...

  • With a comprehensive litigation practice, Ferikes & Bleynat represents people in the Asheville, North Carolina, area. We handle cases that include real estate transactions, negligence, contract disputes, construction defects, foreclosure defense, consumer protection, defamation and business issues. Our attorneys – which include a mediator certified by the North Carolina Dispute Resolution...

  • Lawyers Who Think Outside the Box Triangle Law Group was founded by Laurie B. Gengo, a former partner at a large North Carolina law firm who is also a licensed real estate broker. The core values of Triangle Law Group are to provide large firm results in a small firm environment. Attorneys at Triangle Law Group take an "outside the box" approach to practicing law and attempt to resolve legal...

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    40 YEARS OF QUALITY LEGAL SERVICE TO NORTH CAROLINA DeMent Askew & Johnson enjoys an established reputation for unwavering trial advocacy.  Our Raleigh law firm now boasts five attorneys supported by an exceptionally experienced staff of professionals.  We provide a full spectrum of legal services to protect clients’ rights in an array of civil and criminal matters in North...

  • At Meynardie & Nanney, PLLC, we understand that litigation is generally not a part of your business strategy. We also know that resolving legal disputes can be a costly distraction from your operations. By implementing innovative strategies focused on the key issues in your case, our Raleigh business law attorneys seek cost-effective solutions that resolve your issues effectively and...

  • Serving Raleigh and the entire state of North Carolina We take for granted just how much we rely on motor vehicles in every part of our lives. Our cars take us to and from work and school. We rely on cars to get to important appointments, and to take our children to where they need to go. If you are like most people, your car is either the most expensive thing you own, or the second most expensive...

  •   Attorney Jonathan Moody founded our Shallotte law firm, Moody Law Office, PLLC, after returning to his native North Carolina after law school. Since the establishment of our firm, Mr. Moody has focused his efforts entirely on protecting the rights of accused individuals and those facing delicate family law challenges. Thanks to his determination and reputation, clients from throughout...

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