Greenville Business Dispute Lawyers Here To Assist
Across eastern North Carolina, many individuals rely on the legal services of our lawyers at The Armstrong Law Firm, P.A. Litigation is a skill shared by multiple generations of the Armstrong family. Our legal team is composed of business dispute lawyer, L. Lamar Armstrong, Jr., his wife, divorce lawyer Marcia H. Armstrong and their son, injury lawyer L. Lamar Armstrong, III. Together, the Armstrong family of trial attorneys establishes a reputation for legal excellence.
About Greenville, North Carolina
About 85 miles south of Raleigh and 87 miles west of the Atlantic Ocean sits the city of Greenville, North Carolina. The city is home to more than 84,500 residents and is growing quickly. Greenville is the county seat of Pitt County and is the principal city in a larger metropolitan area consisting of more than 194,000 people.
Greenville, original named Martinsborough, was founded by the Royal Governor Josiah Martin in 1771. Later, in 1774, the town was moved three miles west of its original site to the south bank of the Tar River. In 1786, Martinsborough became Greenesville to honor Revolutionary War hero General Nathanael Greene. The name was eventually shortened to Greenville.
In its early days, Greenville was known as a major exporter of cotton, though before the 20th century, tobacco became the leading crop, and Greenville utilized the Tar River to export large quantities of tobacco. However, the city evolved in the mid-20th century, first with the developments of the East Carolina Teachers College (third largest State-supported college) and the pharmaceutical research and manufacturing company, Burroughs Wellcome. The city is now an important location for medicine, industry, education and culture in North Carolina.
Greenville is a thriving, growing city. Forbes ranks Greenville in the top ten in “Best Small Places for Business and Careers.” The city has a lively culture, as well. The Greenville Museum contains numerous exhibits of local art and downtown Greenville hosts an annual Halloween street party. The city is also home to many professional BMX riders, including Dave Mirra and Ryan Nyquist.
Greenvillians occupy the 27833, 27834, 27835 and 27858 zip codes.
Directions from Greenville to Our Smithfield Office
- Merge onto John P. East Memorial Highway.
- Continue onto I-795 North/US-264 West.
- Take exit 38A for I-95 toward Benson.
- Keep left at the fork and merge onto I-95 South.
- Take exit 93 for Brogden Road toward Smithfield.
- Turn left onto Brogden Road.
- Slight right onto South 3rd Street (Brogden Road dead-ends at 3rd Street).
- Arrive at 602 South 3rd Street, destination is on the left.
Our Greenville Trial Attorneys Can Meet Your Needs
For more than 30 years, our attorneys have committed themselves to providing skilled, ethical legal representation to the residents of eastern North Carolina. Lamar Armstrong, Jr. and Marcia Armstrong both achieved the prestigious AV rating by Martindale-Hubbell. Our attorneys can provide support for business disputes, family law and injury cases. Contact our trial lawyers today by calling (919) 934-1575 to speak with a lawyer who can help you resolve your legal issues.