David has seen every aspect of family law. If you are not receiving proper payments for support or alimony, you may petition the Court for an order of enforcement.
Examples of Family Law Cases:
Termination of Parental Rights
Asset Distribution (Equitable Distribution)
IMMEDIATE REPRESENTATION IS CRITICAL.
Insurance Companies get to work immediately to lower your compensation and deny you coverage.
Types of Serious Personal Injuries:
Immediate, temporary and long term physical damage
Pain and suffering
Psychological and emotional damage
Short and long term medical care
Covers Accidents on the Job, while traveling, and other injuries and accidents that occur in daily life.
Victims need evidence, witnesses, and damaged vehicles preserved immediately to maximize their recovery
David Wijewickrama was born in Kingston, Jamaica March 17, 1969.
Before founding The Law Office of David Wijewickrama in 2003, David was a member of Buncombe County District Attorney's Office from 2001-2002, as well as a September 11th Tort Litigator.
Prior to launching his career in law, he served as a U.S. Naval Officer between 1991-1995.
David is a member of the Fraternal Order of Police and the North Carolina Association of Police/Sheriff's attorneys.
David's Current Corporate Representation includes:
Staff Attorney for Haywood and Cherokee County Sheriff's Office
Juvenile Public Defender for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians
Tri-County Community College
Various Construction Companies throughout WNC
Doctor and Dental Offices
David has been very proudly serving State Troopers and Deputies involved in critical incidents for 10 years.
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