Ryan Oxendine saw a pocket of need in rural NC and built a law practice to help the most vulnerable all across the state. Read the article on Triangle Business Journal.
Ryan Oxendine, alongside Bill Hopkins Jr. of Hopkins Law Firm in Pawley’s Island, won a $300,000 settlement against the South Carolina Department of Transportation for a North Carolina woman who tragically lost her legs in a motorcycle crash in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Notably, according to SC Lawyer’s Weekly, the $300,000 settlement is the maximum Read More
Michael Morgan’s criminal case first broke headlines in July 2013 after he was shot and beaten on his property by three law enforcement officials from the Wake County Sheriffs Department. Stemming from this incident, Morgan spent four months in jail as the officers claimed he attempted to assault an officer with his truck. The Wake Read More
Ryan Oxendine and Jim Barnes are frequently spot-on in assessing the value of a case for a potential new client and how long it takes to complete a case. The firm handles the gamut of personal injury cases including wrongful death and is among the few PI firms that handle medical malpractice. Click here to Read More
As some settlements are reached in the case of the fatal wrong-way drunk driving crash on I-85, Oxendine Barnes & Associates attorney Ryan D. Oxendine says the McGee family would like to get this tragic accident behind them. He also claims they are willing to move forward to ensure justice is achieved, and all negligent Read More
Raleigh-based Oxendine Barnes & Associates attorney Ryan D. Oxendine has been named Attorney At Law Magazine’s Attorney of the Month. In the full article, which you can find here, Oxendine shares his pastimes, passions and some lessons he learned during his time under legendary UNC men’s basketball coach Dean Smith.
According to WNCN.com, a Chapel Hill bar is facing a lawsuit regarding a triple-fatal accident that involved a University of North Carolina student. The bar has previous violations, which include selling alcohol to minors as early back as the previous spring. Ryan D. Oxendine of Oxendine Barnes & Associates, representing the daughter of a victim, Read More
A UNC student charged in a triple-fatal drunk driving crash is now the subject of a wrongful death lawsuit. The daughter of one of the victims, Deseante Jones, filed the lawsuit against the UNC student. Ms. Jones’ attorney, Ryan D. Oxendine of Oxendine Barnes & Associates, commented to WNCN.com that his office is continuing to Read More