Everyone makes mistakes and mistakes have consequences. In North Carolina, a simple DWI can carry a penalty of up to two years in prison, the loss of your driver’s license, and outrageous insurance premiums. Even a simple speeding ticket can cost you hundreds or even thousands over a period of time in increased insurance premiums. If you have been charged with any traffic offense, we suggest you talk to an experienced attorney in order to know all your options and possible consequences. Oftentimes, we can negotiate a favorable outcome for you without having to go through a trial in Court. However, if no deal can be made we are fully prepared to go to battle at trial for you. At Kelly & West we have over 20 years of experience defending motorists, helping clients keep their drivers license, and preventing increases in insurance premiums.
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In the News
The family of a Wake County inmate who died of a drug overdose filed a lawsuit against the sheriff, alleging negligence and more.
News & Observer of Raleigh reports that the family of Ralph Madison Stockton IV, who was 19 years... read more
Following an accident involving a ride at the North Carolina State Fair that injured five people, both the operator and the ride's owner have been charged with assault with a deadly weapon.
NBC News reports that police arrested ride operator Timothy... read more
The parents of a teenager who died following a skateboarding accident have filed a lawsuit against Carteret General Hospital in Morehead City, North Carolina, alleging that staff negligence led to the death of their son.
Tideland News reports David and Kimberly... read more
The parents of a 4-month-old baby who died after suffocating at a day care in Fort Bragg have filed a lawsuit against the United States government for $10 million.
WRAL News reports that Jason and Rachel Degenhard, of Fort Bragg, are... read more
A former parking attendant at Duke is now allowed to pursue a lawsuit against the university, stemming from a 2008 incident that cost him his job.
The Duke Chronicle reports that Brian Wilkerson is permitted to move forward with the lawsuit... read more
A federal judge has commenced hearings for a lawsuit filed on behalf of eight inmates of Central Prison in Raleigh, who say that prison guards have taken them to areas with security camera blind spots and administered sadistic beatings.
ABC News... read more
Officers in Charlotte, North Carolina, shot to death a 24-year-old man who was running toward them in what they perceived as a threatening manner'a man who was seeking help after having crashed his car.
The Daily Caller reports that... read more
A Tennessee man has filed a lawsuit against a construction contracting company based in North Carolina, following a crane collapse earlier this year that left him severely injured.
The Wilson Post reports that Carroll Lee Williams, of Wilson County, Tennessee, is... read more