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Kevin grew up working in his mother’s personal injury law office. He used to tell her there were two things he would never think about doing when he grew up: (1) serving in the military and (2) becoming a lawyer. Little did he know at the time, that he was destined for both.
One thing he did know was that he was at his best when he was serving others. As the son and grandson of veterans, civil rights activists, and community and church leaders, service is literally in his blood. That quality is what led him to attend a service academy for college and eventually serve his country on active duty for 12 years after graduation. But serving others is also what led him to start this law firm.
Ever since leaving Charlotte for college, he always knew he would one day make it back home. He’s lived all across the country and overseas, met incredible people, and had amazing jobs in the U.S. Navy, but his true passion and vision were going back to Charlotte and serving people in the community he was raised in.
While serving as a Navy JAG officer and defending Servicemembers charged with crimes and facing being kicked out of the Navy he realized that representing individual people, instead of representing big and powerful governments and corporations, was his passion. He enjoyed fighting and winning for his clients when they faced “giants” on the other side who were doing everything in their power to make his clients’ lives harder.
Not only did he realize he liked fighting and winning for people in their fight for justice, he also realized he enjoyed fighting for that justice inside the courtroom. For Kevin, the courtroom channeled the same emotions he had playing college football on Saturdays: adrenaline of preparing for battle, being “in the zone” and giving 100% at each moment, and the triumph of winning. Those same feelings are channeled every time he steps into a courtroom with a client, and it doesn’t matter who is on the other side.
When Kevin is handling your case, there are a few no-brainers in what to expect: personable attorney experience, unrelenting effort, and a winning mindset. Most of all, he will be empathetic to your situation because he understands the impact serious injury, death, or a civil rights violation can have on you and your family’s life.
- United States Naval Academy, 2011
- University of Florida Levin College of Law, 2017
- National Bar Association Excellence In Service Award
- National Bar Association Nation’s Best Advocates: 40 Under 40
- National Bar Association
- North Carolina Bar Association
- North Carolina State Bar
- Virginia State Bar
- District of Columbia