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C. BRUCE ARMSTRONG - Personal Injury Attorney in Fayetteville, NC
 

C. Bruce Armstrong

Founder and Partner

Lawyer Bruce Armstrong concentrates most of his practice in the area of personal injury and criminal defense. His experience in excess of 40 years gives him the knowledge and abilities to represent his clients and achieve favorable results for them.
 
C. Bruce Armstrong has practiced law in Fayetteville, NC since 1976, when he was hired as an associate lawyer at the Barrington & Jones Law Firm. Bruce, a graduate of the University of North Carolina School of Law, started his legal career in the Judge Advocate General's Corps in the United States Army. After an honorable discharge, Bruce practiced in what became Barrington, Jones, and Armstrong. In 1988, he became a senior partner in the Armstrong and Baggett Law Firm. Bruce practiced as a solo practitioner until he and Adam Barrington formed Armstrong & Barrington PLLC in 2013. Read more
 
C. ADAM BARRINGTON III - Personal Injury Attorney in Fayetteville, NC
 

C. Adam Barrington III

Managing Partner

Lawyer Adam Barrington concentrates his practice in the areas of criminal defense, driving while impaired (DWI) (state and federal court), post-conviction relief, and personal injury. His varied life experiences and ability to quickly research the law give him the tools he needs to advocate zealously for his clients.
 
C. Adam Barrington III is a third generation attorney. His grandfather, Carl Adam Barrington Sr., started practicing law in Fayetteville, NC after his honorable discharge from the United States Navy during World War II. Adam's father, Carl A. Barrington Jr., was a senior partner at Barrington & Jones, PA in Fayetteville. When Bruce hired Adam as an associate prior to forming the Armstrong & Barrington PLLC partnership, he said, "Your dad gave me my first job here in Fayetteville; it's only fair that I return the favor to you." Read more