3202 Sunset Avenue, Suite B
Rocky Mount, NC 27804
Toll Free: 1-866-844-4262
If you or a loved one has suffered an injury or a serious health condition in or around Rocky Mount, NC after suffering side effects from prescription medication or using a defective medical device, you may be entitled to compensation. Even though you were following doctor’s orders, you may now be experiencing pain, facing excessive medical bills, and worrying about losing your job. Our defective products lawyers may be able to help you handle your case so that you can get back to focusing on your health and your family.
You can call our dedicated team at 1-866-844-4262 or click on the live chat option to speak with someone now. You may also complete the form for a free, confidential conversation about your claim. There is no obligation for contacting us, and your initial case evaluation is free.
Our 13 office locations in North Carolina offer convenience to residents throughout the state. If you can’t come to us, we will come to you! Our staff is ready to come to your home, office or hospital room day or night.
Our Rocky Mount, NC office serves residents of:
Rocky Mount, North Carolina – An industrial city with art and recreational offerings, Rocky Mount is home to the Rocky Mount Arts Center, Dunn Center for the Performing Arts, Tar River Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Playhouse Community Theatre. You can get a glimpse of the site of the original village of Rocky Mount from trails in the city’s largest park, Battle Park.
Princeville, North Carolina – Hurricane Floyd nearly decimated this small town in 1999. Though many residents were displaced, it continued to thrive and rebuild. Princeville is the oldest town incorporated by African Americans in the United States. It was settled by freed slaved and named “Freedom Hill” in 1865. Twenty years later, it became Princeville.
Tarboro, North Carolina – One of the largest historic districts in the state is located in Tarboro and includes 45 blocks of old homes, parks and one of the two original town commons left in the United States. Recreational opportunities abound in the town’s 25 acres of cypress lowlands, landscaped gardens, trails, 52-acre Indian Lake Park, and bike trail winding through the town.*by appointment only