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Hodges Coxe Potter & Phillips, LLP (HCPP) is a full-service law firm, with offices conveniently located in Wilmington and Porter’s Neck, North Carolina.

We know that finding the right lawyer can be a challenge, so we’ve organized our practice into two areas: Business and Personal legal services.

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When you have been injured through no fault of your own, or accused of a traffic violation or crime, you can trust HCPP to protect your best interests.

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  • Insurance Company says if you are riding in a car, you are negligent.

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  • Happy 4th of July!

    Have a happy and safe 4th of July and take a minute to appreciate our right to have our guilt or innocence or private dispute governed not by a king, or government, or bureaucrat, but by our fellow citizens and neighbors. “In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and ...Read More

  • Punitive Damages and Drunk Drivers in North Carolina

    North Carolina’s civil courts seek to compensate injured victims by forcing the defendant to pay a sum of money called “damages.” Damages in a regular automobile accident will usually cover economic losses like medical expenses, lost wages, and property damage. Damages can also cover intangible harms like pain and suffering. However, motorists injured by drunk ...Read More