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Greensboro Auto Fraud/Lemon Law Firm
John O'Neal of the O'Neal Law Office has over a decade of legal experience. He handles cases in the following areas: personal injury, wrongful death, odometer fraud, used vehicle issues, motor vehicle repairs, diminished value, insurance disputes, breach of contract, civil litigation, and traffic tickets (Greensboro and Winston-Salem). Allow him to apply personal attention and professional results to your legal matter.
About O'Neal Law Office
- English (Primary)
- Auto Fraud/Lemon Law
- Unfair/Harassing/Illegal Debt Collection
- Traffic Tickets
- Personal injury/Wrongful Death
- Civil Disputes and Litigation and Contract Drafting/Review
- Two-time winner of NCAJ Ebby Award - 2007 and 2012
- Business North Carolina Legal Elite Young Gun, - 2007
Classes and Seminars
Debt Collection Issues in Disbursements, NCAJ, - 2017
- How to Steer a Vehicle Case, Law to the People, - 2015
Pro Bono Activities
- Volunteer Attorney, Womens' Resource Center (Greensboro, NC), 2006 - Present
- Volunteer Attorney, Legal Aid of North Carolina, 2016 - Present
- John O'Neal (Sole Practitioner)
Offers Free Initial Consultation
Accepts Credit Cards
7 Battleground Court Suite 103 Greensboro, NC 27408
9 am-6 pm Monday-Thursday; 9 am-4 pm Friday
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