Compassionate People. A Record of Results.       The Lile-King Firm

Handling cases across the U.S., admitted or admitted pro hac vice in:

  • North Carolina
  • Virginia
  • District of Columbia
  • Illinois
  • Kentucky
  • Nevada
  • California
  • Georgia
  • Utah


Verdicts and Settlements

$11 million judgment, NASCAR contract

$6 million, slip and fall, broken neck

$1.3 million, gender discrimination

$895,000, drug overdose

$575,000, drug overdose

$675,000, drug overdose in hospital

$725,000 drug overdose

$525,000, drug overdose

Dozens of settlements

$500,000+ to 1 million

$1.3 million, wrongful death

Why We Do What We Do                                                                 336.369.2185

                                                                                                                    7B Corporate Center Ct
                                                                                                                    Greensboro, NC 27408
www.OverdoseLaw.com

 
This is what it is all about.
In some ways we are like other law firms.  We advise clients, we try cases, we are active in the community, we go home to our families.


But in one important way, we are different. At The Lile-King Firm, we consider the Law a calling--a sacred trust. It is an honor to be able to help families navigate a strange and intimidating process during one of the most distressing times of their lives.

Some of us have worked in firms where the lawyers are unpleasant, confrontational, and complain and gripe about their work, their clients and their compensation. They feel tied to the billable hour, have billable hour quotas and don't get to choose their clients. We wanted something different. Our lawyers practice together because we love the practice,we choose our clients, and we are devoted to them.

Here is our promise: At our firm, it is not about maximizing the fee; a large proportion of our work is pro bono or discounted. We have learned that if we do good work, the money follows.

We want our work to be about justice for families. Then, when we close our laptops at the end of the day and go home to a child like this, our children can say in good conscience that their mommy or daddy helps people. We think that is a pretty good guidestone.