Top Valdese Labor Lawyers - North Carolina

  • Attorneys at the law firm of Vannoy, Colvard, Triplett & Vannoy, PLLC have been providing clients in Wilkesboro and northwestern North Carolina with professional legal services for civil and criminal law matters since 1968. Today, our law firm continues this tradition and remains as committed as ever to meeting the broadest possible range of legal needs by providing knowledgeable advice and...

  • The Pope McMillan, P.A. law firm has been serving Iredell County since 1915. Our attorneys represent clients in personal injury, civil litigation, social security disability, workers compensation, family law, business law, land use and zoning, real estate and estate planning and administration among other areas of practice. We practice in many areas of law and often handle cases such as: Civil...

  • Efficient, effective, aggressive: The attorneys at The Noble Law Firm are staunch advocates of employees in North Carolina who have suffered wrongdoing in the workplace. With locations in Charlotte, Raleigh and Chapel Hill, they serve clients across the state in matters that range from sexual harassment and discrimination to employment law contracts and disputed wages. Their goal is two-fold: to...

  • Smith Law Firm, P.C., in Charlotte, North Carolina, provides advice on employment law and workers' compensation issues to businesses and individuals in Mecklenburg and the surrounding counties. Jack Smith established the law firm in 2004, believing that he could provide a more supportive and effective service for clients than that offered by the larger firms he had worked for the previous 18...

  • The workplace should be a safe environment for employees. At The Noble Law Firm in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, a team of experienced attorneys advocates for workers in employment law cases. Since opening its doors, the practice has successfully guided countless people through issues such as the following:  Sexual harassment Wrongful termination Whistleblower/qui tam Wage and hour disputes...

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