Drew Brown, Attorney
In 2006, Drew Brown left Greensboro's largest law firm, Smith Moore LLP, to found Benson & Brown PLLC. Brown is a trial lawyer who has a reputation as an ardent advocate for his clients' interests. In an era where cases often settle before litigation or at mediation, Drew Brown has repeatedly taken personal injury and business disputes to trial. In January, 2010, Brown was selected by a vote of lawyers across the State for membership in Business North Carolina's "Legal Elite - Young Guns" as one of the top attorneys in the State under the age of 40.
Drew Brown has tried a case to a verdict in six different counties in North Carolina since the beginning of 2008. Because of his significant trial experience, Brown is regularly hired by other attorneys both in and out of North Carolina as a consultant for their own jury trials. Even at this early stage of his career, Brown has already handled hundreds of civil matters for a diverse range of clients. His clients have spanned from well known entities like Verizon Wireless, United Parcel Service and the Natty Greene's Brewing Company to regular North Carolinians who have been injured by the negligence of others. His experience on both sides of the aisle as well his youth make him the ideal choice as the strong advocate you need to represent your interests.
Drew Brown traces his tireless work ethic and competitive drive in part to his mentors and coaches in his hometown of Poplar Bluff, Missouri, the same group that produced the University of North Carolina's Tyler Hansbrough. He was an Eagle Scout, Valedictorian of his high school class, and graduated with honors from Wake Forest University and then Duke University School of Law. He is licensed to practice in both North Carolina and Missouri.
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