David C. Braswell
is a tenured trial lawyer devoting a majority of his time handling all serious accidents and injury claims. In addition,
Mr. Braswell routinely handles Social Security Disability claims, all serious felonies and misdemeanors including Capital
and Non-Capital Murder cases as well as divorce, equitable distribution of marital property claims and child custody.
Mr. Braswell began his legal career as an associate with Thompson, Mann & Hutson, in Greenville, South Carolina representing
clients in the firm’s Labor Department. In 1991, Mr. Braswell was associated with Early & Chandler, P.A. in
Rocky Mount, North Carolina practicing in the areas of personal injury, criminal defense and domestic relations. In
1997 Mr. Braswell founded his firm, Law Office David C. Braswell, PLLC, as a general practice firm concentrating in
the areas of civil and criminal litigation. Mr. Braswell's experience consists of successfully representing clients
involving matters of medical malpractice, auto accidents, personal injury, social security disability,divorce, labor and employment
matters and criminal defense.
Honors / Presentations
While attending Thomas M.
Cooley School of Law in Lansing Michigan, Mr. Braswell served as Note & Comments Editor of the Thomas M. Cooley Law
Review and was the recipient of an American Jurisprudence award in Criminal Procedure. Mr. Braswell served from
1993 to 1997 as an adjunct instructor of law at North Carolina Wesleyan College where he lectured on matters involving Business
and Constitutional Law. In 2005 Mr. Braswell served as co-host on WHIG TV's "Community Legal Line" - a local
forum providing general information to the public on legal matters involving the community.
Bar and Court Admissions
Mr. Braswell is admitted to the North Carolina and South Carolina Bar, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District
of North Carolina, North Carolina Bar Association, Nash-Edgecombe Bar Association, North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers
and the American Bar Association.
J.D., Thomas M. Cooley School of Law in Lansing, Michigan, 1990
B.A., East Carolina University in Greenville, North Carolina, 1984