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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.

BUSINESS

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HCPP provides a range of corporate legal services. From real estate litigation to contract disputes, our team is ready to be your trusted partner.

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PERSONAL

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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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Latest Blog Posts

  • A Closer Look at Spinal Cord Injuries

    Some of the worst injuries we see at Hodges Coxe Potter & Phillips are spinal cord injuries. According to statistics, about half of injuries to the spinal column result from car accidents and another 20% stem from falls. If you or a loved one has been involved in a serious accident, you will need financial compensation ...Read More

  • Plastic Surgery Errors

    Increasingly, Americans are going under the knife for plastic surgery, but their motivations are complicated. For some, plastic surgery is a way to improve their appearance and boost their confidence. For others, plastic surgery is a necessary medical procedure, as when removing breasts as a preventative measure to avoid breast cancer. Regardless of their reasons, ...Read More

  • Four Secrets Insurance Adjusters do Not Want You to Know

    After a car accident, you will probably file a claim with the insurance company of the driver who is at fault for the collision. Unfortunately, as you will soon discover, you will be dealing with an insurance adjuster who is definitely not your best friend. Rather than make the claims process as easy as possible, ...Read More

  • Late Night Mediation

    Happy to report that we successfully concluded an eleven hour mediation for our clients at one hour to midnight. As difficult as this process is, it oftentimes is a better and more certain result than a trial. Click here for more information on mediation.