About King Law Firm:
personal injury law
The King Law Firm has been helping people for more than 25 years. In 1989, we limited our practice and specialization to personal injury law. This allowed us to focus attentions on assisting the many injured North Carolinians throughout the state. An injury could be categorized as a personal injury, automobile accidents, workers’ compensation, social security disability, wrongful death and products liability claims.
Today, our firm utilizes state-of-the-art technology and cost-effective methods to provide services in a timely, professional and ethical manner. We are an aggressive firm and thoroughly knowledgeable in all aspects of the North Carolina injury law. With multiple offices throughout central and eastern North Carolina, we’re able to offer our clients convenience and contact with a local firm representative. You can find office locations, maps and hours in the Office Locations section on this site.
Our injury attorneys are also available to meet with you at home, in the hospital, in the evening or on the weekend. There is no fee to speak with us regarding your injury claim. All consultations are free and our injury lawyers work on a contingency fee basis. This means that you will not pay an attorney’s fee unless we successfully obtain a settlement or judgement on your behalf.To read more about our skilled and experienced injury attorneys visit the links below:
We here at King Law Firm pride ourselves on offering excellent client services, and handling every case in a timely and satisfactory manner for our clients. If you, a loved one, a neighbor or a co-worker has been injured, we can help! Call us now and speak with one of our experienced North Carolina injury attorneys at (800) 635-1683. The call and consultation are free! Discover your rights today and let us protect them!
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