Representing Individuals and Small Businesses on a Contingency Fee Basis
Individuals & Consumers
The Paynter Law Firm represents individuals and consumers in matters ranging from consumer protection to catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death, medical malpractice, nursing home abuse, and more. We work on a contingency fee basis, so you do not owe us anything unless we recover for you. Additionally, we offer a free consultation.
The Paynter Law Firm represents small businesses on a contingency fee basis in complex commercial litigation, including antitrust and securities law, and in instances where a competitor has used unfair or anticompetitive practices to gain advantages in the marketplace. The Paynter Law Firm serves clients on and between coasts with offices in Washington, DC and North Carolina, and with attorneys licensed in multiple states and admitted to practice in numerous federal courts. We bring years of experience and professionalism to every case and customize our support to your individual needs and concerns.
Get in touch with us to set up a free consultation, or use the contact form at the bottom of this page to enquire whether our services are right for you.
106 S. Churton Street, Suite 200
Hillsborough, NC 27278
1200 G Street NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20005
(844) 472-9683 (Toll Free)
Areas of Practice
Our firm handles a variety of consumer protection matters including, but not limited to, individual and class action matters involving consumer fraud, unfair and deceptive trade practices, false advertising, defective products, data breach/identify theft, and more.
We work with the families and estates of individuals who were seriously injured and subsequently lost their life as a result of the negligence of another company or individual. Our firm has the capacity to handle a variety of wrongful death cases.
Our firm has brought groundbreaking litigation on behalf of NCAA student athletes. We also have experience in other areas of sports law including individual and class action litigation involving media and entertainment, collegiate scholarships, antitrust, and intellectual property.
Our firm has recovered tens of millions for consumers on antitrust claims, and we work to protect consumers and promote fair competition. These cases often include matters such as price-fixing, market allocation agreements, and anti-competitive practices.
This area of practice includes failure to warn, medication errors, defective medications, and products liability. We are currently involved in pharmaceutical litigation involving hundreds of patients exposed to dangerous levels of acetate during the dialysis process.
We represent individuals who have been seriously injured by the negligence of another individual or a company. Our firm has the capacity to handle a range of personal injury cases, and we can help you navigate the complexities of a personal injury claim in today's complex legal environment.
Nursing HOme/Elder Law
If your loved one has been the victim of abuse or fraud while in a nursing home or as an elderly individual, we may be able to help. Our firm has the capacity to handle nursing home and elder law matters involving nursing home abuse, fraud, elder abuse, and neglect.
Commercial contract Dispute
We have experience handling complex commercial disputes including contract disputes on behalf of both individuals and small businesses. In such cases, we are often able to utilize our general experience to uncover additional legal theories.
Our firm has the capacity to handle a variety of medical malpractice cases. This area of practice is diverse and includes emergency room errors, surgical errors, misdiagnosis, failure to diagnose, delayed diagnosis, prescription errors, and failure to warn.
Your initial consultation is free!
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