Ask A Lawyer

Tell Us Your Case Information for Fastest Lawyer Match!

Please include all relevant details from your case including where, when, and who it involves.
Case details that can effectively describe the legal situation while also staying concise generally receive the best responses from lawyers.

By submitting this lawyer request, I confirm I have read and agree to the Consent to Receive Messages, Terms of Use, and Privacy Policy. Information provided may not be privileged or confidential.

Durham disability and injury lawyer

Wickward Law Office, PLLC

Social Security, Accident & Injury, Car Accident, Social Security -- Disability, Traffic

  • Fax: 919-287-2266
  • Firm Year: 2012
  • Office Hour: Monday-Friday, 8:00am - 5:00pm Featured ✓
  • Accepts Credit Cards

By submitting this lawyer request, I confirm I have read and agree to the Consent to Receive Messages, Terms of Use, and Privacy Policy
William J Wickward, Jr. Photo

William J Wickward, Jr.


  Credentials and Bar Status verified by on Click here for more details  

Social Security -- Disability, Special Education, Wills & Probate, Trusts, Veterans' Affairs

Testimonials "Mr. Bill Wickward represented my son with his education matters. He was very professional and caring attorney. He is a attorney that has compassion for his clients and is... (more)

Durham injury and disability lawyer providing legal representation and great client service.  Durham lawyer providing representation to clients for Social Security disability(DIB), Social Security Supplemental Security Income (SSI), personal injury (including car accidents), Veteran's Affairs disability, traffic tickets, unemployment claims and divorce matters.

William (Bill) Wickward, Jr. graduated from North Carolina Central University School of Law in 2006 with honors.  Bill began working for a firm in Raleigh representing Social Security disability claimants and Veteran's Affairs claimants.  He later worked at Merritt, Webb, Wilson and Caruso in Durham, NC where he continued to represent clients in these areas as well as other areas of law.  
Bill is a strong and passionate advocate for people with disabilities, particularly children.  Bill and his wife have a teenage son with disabilities and have experienced first hand the legal challenges associated with having a family member with disabilities.  His son, David, made it as a finalist on the TV show "Are You Smarter than a Fifth Grader?".  
Bill has represented children with disabilties in a variety of settings, including Social Security disability claims, disputes with the NC Department of Health and Human Services for equipment needed to assist with daily activities, and the implementation of and accompanying parents to meetings with Individualized Education Plans (IEP) in schools.  
Bill assisted Jimmy D. Sharpe when he formed North Carolina Sports for Special Kids.  Bill and his wife have volunteered with North Carolina Sports for Special Kids for over six years.
Bill represents clients for autmobile accidents. He has represented clients with traffic tickets and unemployment claims.  Bill has represented or consulted clients on various matters including family law, criminal, contract review and disputes, landlord-tenant disputes, worker's compensation, and other general civil matters.  
Bill is a dedicated father and brings strong morals and character to his law firm.  Bill's faith translates into an understanding and empathy for his clients that is unique to his practice and that exceeds the ethical requirements of the North Carolina Bar.  No matter what type of legal issue you have, Bill brings his dedication and passion to all areas of law.

Veteran's Disability

Wickward Law Office, PLLC Picture
Contingency fee for Social Security disability cases and personal injury cases.  Flat fee for most traffic tickets.  Hourly charge for divorce matters.


2304 S. Miami Blvd., Suite 123
Durham, NC 27703

Other Locations:
  • Serving Durham, Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Chapel Hill, Hillsborough and surrounding counties.


Senate Confirms Dan Coats as Fifth Director of National Intelligence
On March 15, 2017, the United States confirmed Dan Coats as the new Director of National Intelligence by a vote of 85-12. The Director of National Intelligence is a cabinet-level official who directs and oversees the National Foreign Intelligence Program as the head of the Office...
USCIS to Begin Accepting CW1 Petitions Subject to the FY-2018 Cap on April 3, 2017
On March 9, 2017, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced that it would begin accepting CW1 petitions subject to the fiscal year (FY) 2018 cap on April 3, 2017.
President Trump to Nominate Noel J. Francisco for U.S. Solicitor General
On March 7, 2017, the White House announced that President Donald Trump will nominate Noel J. Francisco to be the next Solicitor General of the United States. Francisco is currently the Acting Solicitor General.
Board of Education Expels Student For Sale of Prescription Drugs
Blog post about a student who was expelled for selling prescription drugs to classmates and was unable to sue to have the expulsion overturned.
Town Granted Immunity in Cheerleading Fiasco
Blog post about a case where the doctrine of governmental immunity applied to protect a town from liability when a cheerleader was injured during practice.
Court Reversed Expulsion of Student, Finds Knife Allegations Unreliable
Blog post about a student whose expulsion was overturned because allegations of finding a knife that he used to threaten another student were unreliable.
Mother Claims Responsive Classroom Model Inflicted Distress on Children
Blog post about a mother suing the school of her minor children for emotional distress due to new school policies on classroom management.
Expulsion Based on Student's Arrest Unconstitutional, Says Court
Blog post on the constitutionality of expelling a student for being arrested off of school grounds.
Student Sues School for Alleged Racial Discrimination
Blog post about a student who sued her school and district on grounds of racial discrimination.
School and Town Claim Immunity After Wife's Frozen Fall
Blog post about a woman who unsuccessfully tried suing the town of Westport and the board of education after she fell on ice in the parking lot because of governmental immunity.
Teacher Terminated After Locking Student in Small Room
Blog post about a teacher who was fired for locking a student in a small room.
Tenured Teacher Terminated After Calling Student an "Animal"
Blog post about a tenured teacher fired for calling a student an "animal."
Court Rejects Student's Claims of Selective Prosecution
Blog post about a student who claimed she was improperly expelled and selectively prosecuted.
Day Care's License Revoked For Overcapacity and Disorderly Conduct
Blog post about a day care that was shut down by the state due to overcrowding.
Custodian's Threat Too Severe to Justify Reinstatement, Says Court
Blog post about a former custodian who seeks to appeal his firing for sending threatening letters to city officials.
Court Lacks Jurisdiction in First Year Teacher's Termination
Blog post about a first year teacher who was fired and brought suit seeking to appeal the firing.
Athletic Director's Claim for Wrongful Discharge Undermined by At-Will Employment
Blog post about a school athletic director who was unable to sue for wrongful termination because of his status as an "at-will" employee.
Teacher's Association Granted Union Status, Denied Right to Strike
Blog post about teacher's association being granted union status but not a right to strike.
Student's Hairstyle Prevails Over School Board
Blog post about the rights of students in schools.
Retirement Credits Denied For Teacher In Suspension for Sticky Fingers
Blog post about a teacher who was denied retirement credits due to a suspension for theft.