Wright, Worley, Pope, Ekster & Moss, PLLC was represented last week at the North Carolina Workers' Compensation Conference in Greensboro, NC by Rick Parrotte out of the firm's Brunswick County Office.
If you have been injured on the job in North Carolina and have a question as to your rights give WWPEM, PLLC a call and schedule a free consultation. Our attorneys have seen all too often how an injured employee can harm his or her case by simply not knowing the rights afforded to him or her under the North Carolina Workers' Compensation Statutes.
WWPEM, PLLC Congratulates Jason Disbrow on becoming District Court Judge for the 13th Judicial District.
WWPEM, PLLC Congratulates Jason Disbrow on becoming District Court Judge for the 13th Judicial District. Last week Governor McCrory nominated Mr. Disbrow which makes him the 13th Judicial District's newest Judge.
Dennis Worley who works out of WWPEM'S Tabor City, NC office recently received a prestigious certificate from Kentucky's Governor naming him a Kentucky Colonel. The honor was earned through Dennis Worley's work and perseverance on the sale of the nearby Carolina Southern Railroad. You can read the Fayetteville Observer's article on the award here.
WWPEM, PLLC attorneys are back in the news. This time, Preston Hilton out of the Firm's Supply, NC office was quoted in the Wilmington Star News regarding one of Brunswick County's newest treatment courts.
Rick Parrotte of WWPEM's Brunswick County offices contributed to an article regarding DWIs in last month's Southport Magazine. The entire article can be read here.
Rick Parrotte, who works in Wright, Worley, Pope, Ekster & Moss, PLLC's Brunswick County, NC office, was in the news regarding his representation of William Hewett.
Wright, Worley, Pope, Ekster & Moss, PLLC is a proud supporter of Community in Schools of Brunswick County. Click here to read the latest newsletter from CIS of Brunswick County and learn about everything the organization is involved in. Preston Hilton, of WWPEM, PLLC's Supply, NC office, appears on page 3 stemming from his volunteer work with Brunswick County Teen Court.
Check out the article that WWPEM Attorney, Rick Parrotte, wrote on one of the NC Bar Association's 2015 Citizen Lawyer Award Recipients, Lamont Wiggins of Rocky Mount, NC. Mr. Wiggins was presented with the award last week in Asheville, NC during the annual meeting. The article can be viewed here on the North Carolina Bar Association's website. The lawyers and staff of WWPEM would like to congratulate Mr. Wiggins and the other 2015 Award Recipients.
A criminal record can cause considerable headache when applying for employment, housing, and college. Even when a criminal charge is dismissed the original charge remains on the individual’s criminal record. This is a common frustration for many of our clients. In North Carolina, an expunction is the destruction of a criminal record by court order. Upon receiving an expunction the individual may truthfully deny or refuse to acknowledge the criminal incident ever occurred.
Be sure to check out the interview with longtime Cumberland County District Attorney, Ed Grannis, in the current edition of the North Carolina State Bar Journal. The interview was conducted by Margaret Dickson and Harold "Butch" Pope. Butch Pope is a partner with Wright, Worley, Pope, Ekster & Moss, PLLC and works out of the firm's Whiteville, NC office. The interview begins on page 15 of the pdf.