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Representative Cases

John Kirby has represented parties in hundreds of lawsuits in North Carolina. He has practiced in more than half the counties in the State. He has represented both the plaintiff (i.e. the injured person) and the defendant (i.e. the person being sued). Many of these cases have involved automobile accidents, covering the entire spectrum of types of cases. He has worked with cases involving truck and motorcycle accidents, and accidents involving defective road signage. In addition to automobile accident cases, the following is a list of cases John Kirby has handled:


Counties Covered

John Kirby can represent parties in any county in North Carolina. He has represented parties in lawsuits in the following counties in North Carolina: Wake (Raleigh), Mecklenburg (Charlotte), Guilford (Greensboro), Durham (Durham), Forsyth (Winston-Salem), Cumberland (Fayetteville), New Hanover (Wilmington), Pitt (Greenville), Gaston (Gastonia), Buncombe (Asheville), Stanly (Albemarle), Randolph (Asheboro), Scotland (Laurinburg), Moore (Carthage), Chatham (Pittsboro), Person (Roxboro), Lee (Sanford),Orange (Hillsborough), Vance (Henderson), Warren (Warrenton), Franklin (Louisburg), Edgecombe (Rocky Mount, Tarboro), Nash (Rocky Mount, Nashville), Wilson (Wilson), Wayne (Goldsboro), Johnston (Smithfield), Harnett (Lillington), Bladen (Elizabethtown), Robeson (Lumberton), Columbus (Whiteville), Brunswick (Bolivia), Sampson (Clinton), Duplin (Kenansville), Pender (Burgaw), Onslow (Jacksonville), Lenoir (Kinston), Duplin (Kenansville), Carteret (Beaufort), Craven (New Bern), Dare (Manteo), Pasquotank (Elizabeth City), Catawba (Newton), Richmond (Rockingham). He has also taken depositions in other counties, as well as the States of Florida, South Carolina, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Kentucky, and the Commonwealth of Virginia.