The Winston-Salem firm of Comerford & Britt, LLP, protects the rights of individuals injured in accidents and victims of medical malpractice.
We are trial-tested attorneys who put prospective personal injury and medical malpractice cases through intense scrutiny. This ensures that the time, effort and money that will go into litigating a case is well-spent. More importantly, it improves the likelihood of achieving a favorable result for our clients.
Our firm routinely works with a network of medical professionals, accident reconstruction specialists and other investigative professionals who help us build strong cases that will stand up in court if necessary. We work with clients throughout North Carolina.
As proud as we are of our achievements and reputation in the courtroom, some of our most important accomplishments have come from our community work, both here and abroad, to improve the lives of youth and neighbors in need.
We are active supporters of many organizations, including Big Brothers Big Sisters, The Centers for Exceptional Children, Red Cross, Senior Services, Inc. of Winston-Salem, Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest Carolina, Habitat for Humanity, Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure Series, the American Heart Association, United Way and Crisis Control Ministries.
We also support Children's Flight of Hope, which provides free air transportation for seriously ill or injured children who, due to medical, financial or logistical reasons, cannot travel to their destinations by any other method.
Comerford & Britt provided pro bono representation to eligible victims and their families who sought compensation under the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund. We are actively involved in other community endeavors such as The Downtown Winston-Salem Partnership and the Arts Council of Winston-Salem.
Our personal injury law firm offers free consultations in which one of our lawyers will review the facts of your case and recommend the best course of action. Call 336-631-8510 or use our contact form to provide more details about your case and schedule an appointment.