North Carolina Civil Litigation Attorneys
At Crumpler Freedman Parker & Witt, our civil litigation attorneys, led by Mr. Dudley Witt, provide sound counsel and powerful advocacy to clients involved in a wide range of disputes, including minor cases heard in North Carolina's district courts, multi-state litigation and complex federal cases.
Our attorneys always strive to achieve our client's goal in the most efficient and cost-efficient manner possible. Most cases handled in our civil litigation practice are resolved favorably through mediation or negotiation. Every client's matter we handle, however, is provided with the thorough preparation and attention to detail necessary if we should proceed to trial.
In civil disputes, as in criminal law, much of the final outcome is determined in the early stages of proceedings. If you have received notice of a lawsuit, or if you are involved in a dispute, we urge you to discuss your case with a lawyer at the first opportunity. If you would like to speak with Mr. Witt or another attorney from our litigation team, contact our office in Winston-Salem and arrange a free consultation.
Our attorneys appear before state and federal trial and appellate courts, and handle matters including the following:
- Personal injury claims, representing plaintiffs and defending individuals (We do not work on behalf of insurance companies.)
- Medical malpractice
- Professional malpractice, including state bar matters and accountant liability
- Business litigation
- Will contest and estate litigation
- Civil racketeering
- Eminent domain and condemnation
- Complex cases involving civil claims, criminal law, and sometimes state bar matters
- Appeals to state and federal appellate courts
In any kind of litigation, deadlines and strict timeframes will control the pace at which your case moves through the judicial system. If you are served with a lawsuit, you have a limited amount of time in which to respond or you may forfeit certain rights. It is imperative that you seek legal counsel as soon as you receive notice concerning any kind of legal process.
If you believe you have been injured, whether it be physically, financially or otherwise, the statute of limitations on your potential claim will limit the period of time during which you can take action. Statutes of limitations vary depending on the nature of the injury. See an attorney immediately in order to preserve any rights or defenses you may have.
We invite you to call us at 1.866.567.5824 or e-mail our office to arrange a free consultation with one of our civil litigation lawyers.
Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Trial and Appellate Lawyers