As parents who have raised three children, we understand the responsibilities and challenges of being part of a family. We do not pick cases based on which will recover the most money. Rather, we focus on helping those who need it most, doing the right thing, and setting a positive example for our children. We have found that treating people well not only builds positive attorney-client relationships, but also lays the necessary groundwork for a successful case.
Both Joseph and Sharron worked for other plaintiff and defense firms before founding the law offices of Edwards & Edwards, L.L.P. in 1995. With our experience as both plaintiff and defense attorneys, we understand how to anticipate insurance defenses, investigate the facts, and build strong and strategic cases for our clients. Personal injury attorney Joseph T. Edwards is rated “AV” by Martindale-Hubbell, a peer-rating review organization for legal professionals.
While we have the experience, resources and proven results of a large, corporate office, we give the personal care and attention you can only get with a small firm. We have obtained a number of favorable verdicts and settlements that were noteworthy in the history of North Carolina litigation.*
Treating Others as We Wish to be Treated
No one can truly understand the overbearing burdens caused by a catastrophic injury until it actually happens. You need a lawyer you can trust to serve your best interests. Edwards & Edwards, L.L.P. is a caring, family-oriented firm. When we practice law, we are working towards a resolution that most benefits you and your family.
Our medical malpractice attorney
handles cases both large and small, and we are proud of our record of success in recovering favorable settlements and verdicts for our clients. Victims of automobile accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, medical malpractice, brain injury
and wrongful death
can expect that we will provide them with the legal support they need. Contact our wrongful death attorney today.
*Note: Each individual case is unique with its own set of facts and complexities. Prior recoveries and settlements cannot be used as a basis for predicting results in future cases because each case must be evaluated and judged on its own particular set of facts and circumstances.