Winston-Salem ∙ Forsyth County Legal Information
At Nagle & Associates, P.A., we want to connect our clients and the Winston-Salem community with the resources and information they need. If you are looking for legal information or court information in Winston-Salem because of a personal injury, contact us. Our founding attorney, Carl B. Nagle, is a successful litigator with experience on both sides of the case.
Winston-Salem is a town centered in arts and education. While it was originally best known for involvement in the tobacco industry, banking and the arts have evolved as the focal point for Winston-Salem. Home to the Southeastern Center for the Arts, the North Carolina School of the Arts, and Wake Forest University, the town has become a center for academic activity.
Winston-Salem is located in the 21st Judicial District. Winston-Salem injury lawyers typically bring most cases in the state court system, but the federal courthouse in Winston-Salem attracts the involvement of North Carolina personal injury lawyers throughout the triad area. Winston-Salem accident and injury lawyers should be members of the North Carolina State Bar Association, and the Forsyth County Bar Association.
The superior and district courts in the state court system are all located at the Forsyth County Hall of Justice located at 200 North Main Street, Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27101. Our trial court administrator is Philip Toelkes. The senior resident superior court judge is the Honorable Judson D. Deramus, Jr. The superior court clerk for Forsyth County is Lawrence G. "Nick" Gordon, Jr.
Winston-Salem accident and injury cases can also be heard in the federal court system. Forsyth County lies in the Middle District of North Carolina. Although the county lies in the Greensboro Division of Courts, cases are actually heard and tried in the federal courthouse in downtown Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Thus, while the filing and case management are handled in the main court facility in Greensboro, trials occur locally in the Federal Building at 251 North Main Street, Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27101.
The Greensboro Division of the federal court system is the proper venue/location for cases arising in Guilford and Forsyth Counties, along with the following surrounding counties: Alamance, Cabarrus, Caswell, Chatham, Davidson, Davie, Durham, Hoke, Lee, Montgomery, Moore, Orange, Person, Randolph, Richmond, Rockingham, Rowan, Scotland, Stanly, Stokes, Surry and Yadkin counties. Nagle and Associates, P.A., has an active federal court litigation practice. Our home office is in Winston-Salem, and from our seven offices across the state, we stand ready to handle personal injury and accident cases in our clients' home county.
Contact Us for a Free Consultation in Your Personal Injury Case ∙ Contingency Fees
As a North Carolina law firm focused solely on personal injury cases throughout the state, we know that most people who have suffered serious injuries in boating accidents, car accidents, truck accidents, pedestrian accidents, motorcycle accidents or bicycle accidents cannot afford the litigation required to get justice and secure fair compensation for their injuries. Our contingency fee arrangement helps many of our clients in this regard, because we do not charge attorney fees until we collect money on their behalves — either earning a favorable verdict or reaching a favorable settlement. Contact us for a free initial consultation with a lawyer. We will let you know what to expect from the insurance adjuster, and we will explain how to motivate the other side to pay a generous settlement to resolve your personal injury case.