Ragsdale Liggett PLLC

In 1972, Frank Liggett and George Ragsdale established this law firm with a focus on building personal relationships with clients. After forty years, that is still our approach.

We measure our lawyers’ performance by the value we achieve for our clients, not by the number of hours we bill. Our goal is for our clients to return to us time and again because they trust that we will deal with them fairly and work hard to accomplish their goals.

Although our firm has twenty lawyers, we compete with firms that are much larger because we have the talent and the experience to handle sophisticated legal matters. We can handle almost any litigation or transaction, regardless of size.

We understand that our clients want a lawyer, an advocate and a trusted friend. That’s why we’re here and that’s why we’re different.

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This summer, I had the fortune of taking a trip to Europe.   The first place I visited was Amsterdam.  A lovely town with a lot of culture and more canals than you can shake a stick at.  I was meeting
Continue Reading Never, ever, ever assume! (or, how a stuck shoe is like a construction project assumption) (law note)

This summer, I had the fortune of taking a trip to Europe.   The first place I visited was Amsterdam.  A lovely town with a lot of culture and more canals than you can shake a stick at.  I was meeting
Continue Reading Never, ever, ever assume! (or, how a stuck shoe is like a construction project assumption) (law note)

Certificates of Merit  are documents intended to show that a true issue exists with a professional’s work, prior to that person being sued.  While North Carolina does require that a person suing a medical provider first have the matter reviewed
Continue Reading Certificates of Merit for NC lawsuits against engineers and architects? (still no)(law note)

Certificates of Merit  are documents intended to show that a true issue exists with a professional’s work, prior to that person being sued.  While North Carolina does require that a person suing a medical provider first have the matter
Continue Reading Certificates of Merit for NC lawsuits against engineers and architects? (still no)(law note)