For more than half of a century, the attorneys at Young Moore and Henderson have assisted a diverse group of clients in solving their problems.
Our extensive litigation practice involves serving clients whose litigation needs span many areas of law. From medical malpractice defense to business disputes, litigation defense to insurance coverage, employment matters to estate litigation — addressing the needs of individuals and industries — our lawyers and staff work in practice areas that touch the lives of millions of people within and even beyond North Carolina.
Our attorneys represent our clients in all aspects of the litigation and insurance coverage process throughout North Carolina. We appear for our clients in all North Carolina state and federal courts, including the North Carolina Business Court, and the state and federal appellate courts. We advocate for our clients before North Carolina’s administrative law judges, the North Carolina Commissioner of Insurance, the North Carolina Industrial Commission, and numerous professional licensing boards and commissions. We represent our clients in various types of alternative dispute resolution processes, including arbitrations and mediations. In short, when it matters most to our clients, we are with them to advance and protect their interests.
You can depend on our more than half-century of experience, judgment, skill and personal touch in helping you find customized solutions to achieve your unique litigation objectives.
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