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Adrienne came to the practice of law a little later in life. She grew up in southeast Missouri, then got married to Dennis, who was enlisted in the United States Air Force. After traveling with him to locations as diverse as Guam and North Dakota, they were relocated to Pope AFB in Fayetteville, North Carolina. While her husband, Dennis, finished his Air Force career, Adrienne began her legal career by attending Campbell University School of Law.
Since graduating from Campbell Law, Adrienne has always represented the injured. She is dedicated to helping people who have been injured due to someone else’s negligence, and to assisting the families of those who have wrongfully died. Part of the credit for Adrienne’s dedication to her clients lies with her parents who stressed to their children to not just succeed, but to do well by others. The instinct to take care of her clients is ingrained in Adrienne. Adrienne focuses her practice on representing people who have been injured or killed in motorcycle wrecks, trucking collisions and car accidents, and in premises incidents. Adrienne has also helped achieve justice for the family of a man wrongfully killed after being Tased by a police officer.
Adrienne is admitted to practice in all North Carolina federal and state courts. She is an active member of the North Carolina Advocates for Justice, the Guilford Inn of Court, and the Southern Trial Lawyers Association. Adrienne dedicates a considerable amount of her time to teaching other lawyers across the state. She is also the Editor of “Personal Injury Practice in North Carolina” and chapter author regarding Premises Liability in North Carolina.
Adrienne believes in giving back to the community. One of the ways she does that is through her involvement with Carolina Center for Civic Education (CCCE). CCCE sponsors a state-wide high school mock trial competition which teaches students life long skills in self-assurance and public speaking.
Adrienne and her husband Dennis have one son, Nathan. They are also parents to two four-legged children: