Attorney Reed N. Noble has practiced civil and criminal litigation in the sand hills area of North Carolina since 1982. He was a founding member of the litigation firm of Noble & Quinn, Attorneys at Law, P.C., and now has founded The Reed Noble Law Firm, P.L.L.C., which is based in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
Mr. Noble received his undergraduate education at the University of Richmond, Virginia. He received a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree Cum Laude in 1977. That summer he enrolled in Richard S. Reynolds Graduate School of Business at the University of Richmond and embarked upon graduate business study. Prior to his graduation, Mr. Noble enrolled in the Norman A. Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University in Buies Creek, North Carolina in the summer of 1978 in the pursuit of a legal education. After his first year of law school, he returned to the University of Richmond to complete his graduate work and received his Master of Business Administration degree in 1979. Mr. Noble returned to Campbell University and obtained his Juris Doctor degree in 1981.
As an advocate, Mr. Noble has gained the respect, trust, and appreciation of thousands of civilian and military clients in both civil and criminal law. His civil practice consists of representing automobile accident victims, workers injured on their jobs, and the estate of those clients who have suffered death due to the negligence of others. Mr. Noble has built a strong reputation in criminal and traffic matters as well, and regularly practices in both State and Federal court. Mr. Noble currently serves more than 700 criminal and traffic clients each year.
At The Reed Noble Law Firm, P.L.L.C., “We plot your destination, and navigate your course.”. To do this properly, we never charge our clients a fee for an "initial consultation", on any legal matter. In this way our clients understand the issues facing them, and how our office can help them. At The Reed Noble Law Firm, P.L.L.C., we realize the financial realities of hiring an attorney. This is why we represent personal injury clients on a "contingent fee" basis. This means that if our clients do no not get paid for their injuries, we do not get paid for our efforts on their behalf. As the North Carolina State Bar prohibits a "contingent fee" agreement on criminal and traffic matters, we routinely offer “payment plan” arrangements to our clients to ease any burden that hiring an attorney may present to them and their families.