At the Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd, P.A., we walk the walk as sincerely as we talk the talk. Our law firm serves a number of roles as we continually look for new ways to be involved in our community, involved in causes of importance to injury victims and involved in professional activities that benefit the legal community as a whole.
Our thriving law practice is strengthened and enhanced by our dedication to giving back through involvement in professional organizations such as the following:
- North Carolina Advocates for Justice: President, 1996
- American College of Trial Lawyers
- North Carolina State Bar
- American Association for Justice: member, Board of Governors
Community support efforts and volunteer activities include service on boards and committees promoting good causes throughout our local communities and the state of North Carolina as a whole. Attorney Wade Byrd and other members of the law firm have given time and efforts to many worthy causes and organizations such as the following:
- Fayetteville Academy
- Fayetteville Kiwanis Club
- Key Club, International
- Methodist College
- United Way-Cumberland County
- Wake Forest University Law Alumni Council - served as president
- Wake Forest University President's Club
- Wake Forest University Deacon Club
Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd, P.A.: Dedicated to Personalized Client Service
Our law firm has helped injury victims regain control of their lives by holding negligent persons or entities accountable in courts of law. Personal injury attorneys of the Law Offices of Wade E. Byrd, P.A., can help you pick up the pieces of your life after an auto accident, hospital malpractice or other tragedy has torn it apart.
We offer a free initial consultation, including home or hospital visits. We handle cases on a contingency basis, meaning that we front the costs of expert testimony and only collect attorney fees if we win compensation for you.
Call 910-323-2555 to discuss your medical malpractice or auto accident case and legal options. We represent clients throughout North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Georgia and Pennsylvania.