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Brian Beverly Featured as Attorney of Month in Attorney At Law Magazine

Congratulations to Brian O. Beverly, featured as Attorney of the Month in the North Carolina Triangle edition of Attorney at Law Magazine. The cover story profiles Brian and emphasizes his love of sports and how he relates that to the practice of law. He shares information about his youth, what he enjoys about being a litigator, and his approach to volunteerism.

A partner at Young Moore and Henderson, P.A., Brian centers his practice on the defense of transportation liability claims involving large commercial vehicles, insurance coverage litigation, bad faith and extra-contractual litigation, and medical negligence cases. His extensive trial resume in state and federal courts also includes products liability, construction liability and premises liability cases. He is a North Carolina Dispute Resolution Commission (NCDRC) Certified Superior Court Mediator.

Active in the legal community, Brian serves as President of the Wake County Bar Association and is a Past President of the North Carolina Association of Defense Attorneys. He is a devoted volunteer with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Triangle and an avid sports fan.

Contact Brian Beverly at (919) 861-5514 or bob@ymh.com.

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“I like being in court. I’m a people person. I like interacting with jurors. I like the challenge of persuading folks who are not obligated to accept what it is I’m arguing.”

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