Areas of Practice

For comprehensive representation with a wide variety of cases, contact the O’Neal Law Office. Leading the firm is Attorney John O’Neal. For over a decade, John has been providing clients in Greensboro and throughout the state with experienced representation. He takes the time to speak with his clients and listen to their needs, enabling him to tailor his services to suit each client and case. He strives to meet the motto of “personal attention, professional results“. For more information about practice areas, contact Attorney John O’Neal at the firm’s office today.

Personal Injury and Other Torts

John represents clients with personal injury cases where they have suffered a physical, emotional or financial injury. John helps his clients understand their right to obtain compensation for the losses they have suffered. The types of cases he handles include:

Consumer Law

We are all consumers and have certain rights regarding the transactions in which we enter every day. Retailers and other businesses selling goods and services have a duty to consumers to disclose possible defects or other issues with the purchase that may have a negative effect on customers. Issues involving vehicles must be treated in a timely manner. Attorney John O’Neal assists clients with weighing their options for damages and losses due to fraud, unfair or deceptive business practices, and other violations of state and federal law.

The types of consumer law cases Attorney John O’Neal handles include but are not limited to the following:

Car Law/Vehicle Law

STOP! stop If you purchased a vehicle in North Carolina and you believe a vehicle seller has failed to disclose any of the following to you about your vehicle, you will need a copy of your North Carolina vehicle title history from the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles (NCDMV): salvage/total loss, flood damage, reconstructed vehicle, odometer rollback.

Click here for the form to request your vehicle title history from the NCDMV

Click here to see a sample completed NCDMV vehicle title history request form

Please obtain your NCDMV vehicle history report BEFORE contacting Attorney John O’Neal. Without this report he may not be able to provide an assessment of the facts and merits of your case.

Debt Collection Defense


Click here for more information on consumer law cases handled by Attorney John O’Neal.

Civil Cases

This is a wide area of the law that encompasses all noncriminal cases. Some of the cases and matters handled by attorney John O’Neal include but is not limited to the following:

Traffic Tickets

Attorney John O’Neal also provides experienced representation for clients receiving traffic tickets in Guilford County(Greensboro and High Point) and Forsyth County (Winston-Salem and Kernersville).

You need an experienced consumer law attorney to help you with these issues. Contact advocate and experienced lawyer John O’Neal at the O’Neal Law Office today to further discuss your case.


Contact the Firm

To learn more, please visit the O’Neal Law Office Information Center for free information or contact the office today

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Complimentary Consultation • Offsite and Evening Appointments Available

The O’Neal Law Office has served clients across the state of North Carolina including but not limited to Ahoskie, Asheboro, Boiling Springs, Burlington, Chapel Hill, Charlotte, Cherryville, Comfort, Durham, Eden, Forest City, Graham, Greensboro, Greenville, Hamlet, Hickory, Hiddenite, High Point, Hillsborough, Hubert, Jamestown, Lawndale, Kernersville, Kinston, LaGrange, Laurinburg, Lexington, Lincolnton, Lumberton, Maiden, Manteo, Marion, Morehead City, Morrisville, Nashville, New Bern, Newton, Pelham, Raleigh, Reidsville, Rockingham, Rocky Mount, Rutherfordton, Salisbury, Snow Hill, Statesville, Tarboro, Taylorsville, Thomasville, Trenton, Trinity, Wadesboro, Wilmington, Wilson, and Winston-Salem. The O’Neal Law Office has also represented clients from the states of Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Texas, and Virginia.




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