A Selma Business Dispute Lawyer Strong For You

For over 30 years husband and wife partners L. Lamar Armstrong, Jr. and Marcia H. Armstrong have through skilled, committed and ethical representation of clients throughout Eastern North Carolina earned the trust of clients and the respect of other attorneys. As a result, other attorneys have for years rated both Lamar and Marcia as Super Lawyers® and as “AV Preeminent,” the highest rating of skill and ethics in the legal profession. Marcia and Lamar and their team of paralegals and staff enjoy working with clients in a family atmosphere, while being “Strong for You“ to resolve your legal problems.

Experienced Selma Injury Lawyers Here To Serve

As an Eastern North Carolina divorce attorney, Marcia has served as President of the North Carolina Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML). The AAML is the top family law organization in the country. It only admits members who practice law at the highest levels of professional skill and ethics.

Throughout his career, Lamar has always been active in multiple legal organizations, including the American Board of Trial Advocates and the North Carolina Advocates for Justice. Lamar offers representation of clients throughout Eastern North Carolina for business disputes, insurance claims and complex civil cases in both state and federal courts. As an Eastern North Carolina injury lawyer, Lamar speaks for victims of serious car accidents and medical malpractice with compassion.

About Selma, North Carolina

In the heart of North Carolina lies the small town of Selma, with a population of about 7,000 people in just over three square miles of land. It is located on the North Carolina Coastal Plains and is filled with rich farmland. The town is included in the Raleigh-Cary Metropolitan Statistical Area, which includes almost two million residents. Selma, like its neighbor Smithfield, is part of Johnston County.

The story of Selma begins in 1867, when lots were sold around a recently established North Carolina Railroad station. These purchased lots formed the origins of Selma, which sprang up as a new railroad town. Selma was chartered on February 11, 1873 as an official town. Selma was also a farming town, and one that used the railroad station to transport cotton and naval stores, which are products made from the sap of trees, such as tar and rosin.

Selma still embraces its historical and rural roots. The town maintains Mitchener Station, which is believed to be the oldest surviving train station in North Carolina. It was built in 1855. Selma also renovated a 1924 passenger depot train to receive Amtrak service.

Every year in October, residents and tourists celebrate the annual Selma Railroad Days Festival, which takes place during the first weekend of October. It includes a parade, live entertainment, antique cars and tractors, model train displays, arts and crafts and much more.

Residents of Selma occupy the 27576 zip code.

Directions from Selma to our Smithfield Office

  • Head southwest on North Pollock Street toward West Anderson Street.
  • Continue onto Brightleaf Boulevard.
  • Turn right onto Brogden Road.
  • Turn right onto South 3rd Street.
  • Arrive at 602 South 3rd Street, destination is on the left.

Our Selma Trial Attorneys are Here to Help

The Armstrong family has provided residents of eastern North Carolina with legal services for many years. Our Selma attorneys go above and beyond the call of duty to give clients the results they need. Whether you suffered an injury, are a victim of unfair business acts, need mediation or arbitration or other legal support, our attorneys can assist you. Contact our Selma lawyers today at (919) 934-1575 to get advice about your legal needs.