Top Candler Government Agencies & Programs Lawyers - North Carolina

  • 95 Depot Street Waynesville NC 28786 35.49267 -82.98845

    At the Law Office of David A. Wijewickrama in Waynesville, North Carolina, we handle serious legal matters with urgency. We know that nothing is more important in your life than resolving your legal matter. We will be by your side to help you find an efficient and effective solution. Experienced Guidance For Many Types Of Legal Issues Attorney David A. Wijewickrama has more than a decade of...

  • 1011 East Morehead Street,Suite 350 Charlotte NC 28204 35.21284 -80.84324

    If you have been the victim of a life-changing catastrophic injury or lost a loved one, it can be difficult to pick up the pieces of your life and move on. While money cannot possibly compensate you for your loss or injury, The Sasser Law Firm can help you to aggressively fight your personal injury claim for the financial compensation you need to move forward. The Sasser Law Firm is dedicated to...

  • 10130 Mallard Creek Rd.,Suite 300 Charlotte NC 28262 35.33879 -80.76958

    The Robinson Law Group is a creative, modern business law firm with offices in Charlotte, NC and Atlanta, GA. Our firm provides high-quality, ethical, and affordable risk-based legal solutions and representation to entrepreneurs, small, and mid-sized businesses - in the following practice areas: Business Consulting & Strategic Planning Business Contracts & Transactions Copyrights...

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    301 N. Main St.,Suite 2107 Winston Salem NC 27101 36.098156 -80.24359

    At VetLaw in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, we focus our practice solely on helping our veterans receive the full amount of benefits they deserve. Strategically located one block away from the regional office that handles all VA claims and appeals in North Carolina, we represent the rights and entitlements of our service members throughout the state and all across the country who have had their...

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