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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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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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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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  • Common Home and Office Supplies Pose Burn Hazards

    Product recalls for April 2018 are off to a fast start, with many products pulled from the marketplace because they are burn hazards. These unreasonably dangerous products can leave consumers with devastating burn injuries and should be avoided. If you have been burned by a product, either at home or at work, you might be ...Read More

  • Modifying Child Support

    Even the most conscientious parents sometimes struggle to pay child support. Life rarely stands still, and you might be surprised to find yourself unemployed or sick. Can you halt or reduce your child support payments, at least temporarily? The short answer is, “Yes,” but you must be careful to follow the rules. Parents who stop ...Read More

  • Distracted Driving is a Serious Danger

    A tragic car accident involving a North Carolina driver is a reminder that distracted driving is a danger to everyone on the road. Injured victims will need to sue in court to hold the drivers responsible for their injuries accountable. Eyes Off the Road At 11:15 a.m. on February 3, 2018, Samantha Hughes of Wilmington ...Read More

  • Slip and Falls can Cause Traumatic Brain Injuries

    After a slip and fall, many people can stand up, dust themselves off, and carrying on with their day. But if you hit your head while falling, you are more likely to suffer a serious traumatic brain injury (TBI). The human brain is well protected by the fluid surrounding it, which prevents the brain from ...Read More