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Britton Law - Fayetteville, NC

2850 Village Drive Suite 206 Fayetteville, NC 28304

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Updated: 01/27/2021

Fayetteville Personal Injury Law Firm

Overview

Personal injury lawyers help people through what may be the worst ordeal they have ever faced. Suffering a serious injury due to another's negligence or losing a loved one to wrongful death affects people for the rest of their lives, physically, emotionally and financially.

That is why personal injury attorneys need to do more than just fight for their clients' legal rights; we must also help them face pain, disability and loss. I am attorney Rebecca Britton. I promise to treat you and your fami ...

About Britton Law

Practice Areas

  • Personal Injury
  • Collections
  • Foreclosure & Alternatives
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Personal Injury -- Plaintiff
  • Premises Liability - Plaintiff
  • Wrongful Death - Plaintiff
  • Motor Vehicle Accidents -- Plaintiff

Classes and Seminars

  • Ethics - Paralegal Code of Ethics and Professional Responsibility; Paralegal Responsibility, 20th Annual Educational Seminar, Cumberland County Paralegal Association, April 2, 2011
  • Problems Representing Estates in Wrongful Death Claims, ?Wrongful Death: Achieving Maximum Results for Your Client, North Carolina Advocates for Justice, January 28, 2011
  • Discovery Sequencing for Maximum Effectiveness, "Pre-Trial Practice: Written Depositions & Discovery Seminar," North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, February 10, 2006
  • Handling Special Problems in Disbursement of Wrongful Death Recoveries, "Wrongful Death" Seminar, North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, December 10, 2004
  • Witness Preparation: What Makes Them Believable, "Heavy Hitters: How the Masters Win Cases and How Their Strategies Can Help You Win Yours,", Seminar, North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, May 9, 2003
  • Turn Around is Fair Play ,"Winning Exhibits, Exhibits That Will Turn Around a Trial, Mediation or Settlement", Seminar, North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, November 8, 2002
  • Representing the "Wrongfully Convicted": A Popular Cause for Unpopular People, "The Case of Lesly Jean: Justice Betrayed and Justice Delayed, "Suing the Sovereign", Seminar, North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, October 11, 2002
  • Rules 9(j) and 702: Are We There Yet? "Medical Malpractice", Seminar, February 15, 2002
  • Handling Special Problems in Disbursement of Wrongful Death Recoveries, "Nuts & Bolts of Dollars & Cents", Seminar, North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, January 18, 2002
  • Rules 9(j) and 702: Where Are We Now? "Medical Negligence", Seminar, North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, May 4, 2001
  • Using Economists and Life Care Planners in Personal Injury Cases, "Learning The Ropes, Getting the Most Out of Your Personal Injury Cases: Winning, Collecting and Keeping Damages", Seminar, North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, January 12, 2001
  • Rules 9(j) and 702: Where Are We Now? "Medical Negligence", Seminar, North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, May 12, 2000

Office Information

Address

2850 Village Drive Suite 206 Fayetteville, NC 28304

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