Fayetteville Law Office Location

Personal Injury Lawyers Serving Fayetteville, North Carolina

Fayetteville, North Carolina

2915 Raeford Road
Suite 204
Fayetteville, NC 28303

Toll Free: 1-866-900-7078
Phone: 910-488-0611

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Fayetteville, North Carolina — Fayetteville, NC is the state's sixth-largest city with a population of about 181,000. The U.S. Army's Ft. Bragg is located within its borders, home to the famed 82nd Airborne Division and the XVIII Airborne Corps, as well as the US Army Special Operations Command and the US Army Parachute Team (the Golden Knights). In 2008, Fayetteville was named "America's Most Pro-Military Town" by Time magazine. Fayetteville is also home to the U.S. Army's newest museum, the $22.5 million Airborne and Special Operations Museum, located near downtown Fayetteville. The city is set to undergo an exciting transformation as thousands of senior leadership and supporting enterprises from the US. Forces Commands (FORSCOM) and U.S. Army Reserve Command (USARC) relocate to Fayetteville from Atlanta, Georgia as a result of the federal Base Realignment and Closure Act (BRAC). The Fayetteville branch of The Law Offices of James Scott Farrin is located within 10 miles of Fort Bragg. An average of 6,397 motor vehicle crashes occurred annually in the City of Fayetteville between 2003 and 2005 (source: NCDOT, Division of Motor Vehicles).

Lumberton, North Carolina — This city of about 23,000 residents conveniently located along Interstate-95 is the halfway point between New York and Florida. It is home to the Lumber River, which has been designated as a National Wild and Scenic River. The Riverway Adventure and Education Center offers guided river tours that last between two and eight hours. The city also benefits from the educational and cultural activities available at the nearby University of North Carolina at Pembroke. The 1986 film, Blue Velvet, was set in Lumberton, NC, though it was actually filmed in Wilmington. Lumberton is located in Robeson County about 36 miles from Fayetteville.

Pembroke, North Carolina — This small town of about 3,000 residents is home to both the Lumbee Tribe and the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. The school opened in 1887 as a two-year school to train American Indians as public school teachers. It became a four-year college in 1939, and remained the nation's only state-supported four-year college for American Indians until 1953, when it began admitting other ethnic groups. The university currently has an enrollment of about 6,700 students. Its 15:1 student-faculty ratio and average class size of 30 students gave rise to its slogan "where learning gets personal." Pembroke is located in Robeson County about 45 miles from Fayetteville.

Pinehurst, North Carolina — To many people, this village of about 12,000 residents is synonymous with golf. The historic Pinehurst Resort, one of the largest golf resorts in the world, includes eight 18-hole golf courses designed by such golf pros as Donald Ross, Bobby Jones, Tom Fazio and Dan Maples. The resort was the venue of the 1937 PGA Championship, the 1951 Ryder Cup, the 1999 and 2005 U.S. Open Golf Championships and the 2007 Woman's U.S. Open Golf Tournament. It has been selected as the home of the 2014 U.S. Open as well. The Village of Pinehurst is located in Moore County about 50 miles from Fayetteville.

Southern Pines, North Carolina — Bordering the Village of Pinehurst, this town of about 12,450 is also known for its golf heritage. Forty-three of the best golf courses in the state are located within 15 miles of Southern Pines, NC. But there is more to Southern Pines, NC than golfing. The town is also the home to the 900-acre Weymouth Woods/Sandhills Nature Preserve, where people can learn about rare and endangered species such as the red-cockaded woodpecker, the pine barrens tree frog and the bog spicebush. Residents and visitors can also enjoy the Carolina Horse Park at Five Points, which consists of hundreds of acres of land dedicated to world-class equestrian competition, including the annual Stoneybrook Steeplechase. A restored downtown and extensive pottery trail round out the town's diverse offerings. Southern Pines is located in Moore County about 47 miles from Fayetteville.

Note: All population estimates based on the 2008 US Census estimates, unless otherwise indicated.