Davis, Murrelle & Lyles, P.A., while seeking to foster a personal lawyer/client relationship, emphasizes the team approach to solving complex legal problems. Under this "Team Concept", while lawyers with experience in appropriate disciplines are assigned to lead a particular case, the combined resources of our entire firm come to bear in the positive resolution of problems that may arise. The Firm has been awarded the highest rating by the Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory and is a Bar Register Firm. Our attorneys are members of the North Carolina State Bar, The Association of Trial Lawyers of America, The North Carolina Advocates for Justice, and the Carteret County Bar Association.
Davis, Murrelle & Lyles, P.A. continues to grow as we move into the future, taking advantage of the latest in computer and multimedia technologies to increase our efficiency and effectiveness. To this end, we are directed towards a single goal: to provide our clients with the finest service available.
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5.0/5.0 Review for Davis, Murrelle & Lyles, P.A. on 03/20/18 in Wrongful Termination.
Even though, that at the time I am writing this comment I am not a client yet, I need to thank a lady by the name of Laura that, in a very professional manner, patient and kindness, took the time to hear what was my issue in order to present it to th... Read more
Even though, that at the time I am writing this comment I am not a client yet, I need to thank a lady by the name of Laura that, in a very professional manner, patient and kindness, took the time to hear what was my issue in order to present it to the attorneys to find out if they were able to assist me with my problem. As a personal experience, they are places that, they do not give you the chance to explain yourself. Read lessRead less
5.0/5.0 Review for Janet M. Lyles on 08/18/11 in Administrative Law.
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