Since 1959, our firm, Crumpler Freedman Parker & Witt, has been highly regarded for the quality of representation it provides to our clients. In doing so, it continues a tradition that began when the practice, originally known as Averitt White and Crumpler and later asWhite and Crumpler, was established. Today, from offices in Winston-Salem, our attorneys serve clients in all levels of state and federal courts throughout North Carolina.
The firm has been involved in groundbreaking cases in the areas of criminal law, medical malpractice, accountant liability, corporate dissolution, and family law, as well as alienation of affections and criminal conversation. Our attorneys were instrumental in convincing the North Carolina Supreme Court that the felony murder rule should not be applied in motor vehicle accidents; we were involved in the first appellate review of the revised Business Corporation Act; and we represented the plaintiff in one of the first cases before the Court of Appeals concerning the Rule 9(j) prefiling requirement in medical malpractice cases.
Some of the current partners have professional relationships going back 30 years, and they have been practicing together for more than 10 years, primarily in the areas of family law, civil litigation and criminal defense. Together with our associates and legal assistants, they form a powerful legal team. Over the years, lawyers and judges throughout the state of North Carolina have recognized the quality of the attorneys’ work. Professional awards and memberships held by current members of the firm include the following:
We welcome attorney referrals and inquiries from out-of-state parties with matters in North Carolina courts. If you would like to speak with one of our lawyers, please call 336.725.1304 or toll-free at 866.567.5824 or email our office.
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