Attorneys for Car Accident Victims & Other Injuries, DUI / DWI, Traffic Violations, DMV License Issues, Felonies, and Misdemeanors, Guardianship, Social Security and More.
Every day in North Carolina, car accidents change injured victims’ lives, sometimes temporarily, but often, forever.
The most recent car accident data published by the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles for 2019 showed 285,074 total crashes, resulting in 125,232 injuries and an alarming 1,470 fatalities. Each one of these figures represents real people, suffering real injuries and deaths, most often due to someone else’s carelessness and negligence.
If you have been injured in a car accident, you shouldn’t face this alone. Getting the legal representation of an experienced North Carolina car accident attorney may be one of the most important decisions you can make after an injury.
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Attorney Ashley McDuffie is a member of the North Carolina Bar Association. She is also a North Carolina certified mediator. Attorney McDuffie is a member of the NC Young Lawyers Division. She serves on the Wake County Adult and Home Advisory Committee. Attorney McDuffie also serves as a board member on the board of the Great Durham Black Chamber of Commerce. She is also a member of the Durham Young Professions and Raleigh Jaycees.
Attorney Ashley McDuffie is an experienced attorney committed to advocating for the rights of those in cases such as car accident victims, traffic tickets, driving with license revoked, DWI/DUI, misdemeanor, felonies, incompetency hearing, guardianship, and social security.