Serious Traffic, Criminal, DWI, Family and Injury Attorney
Mr. Webb started out working for State Farm Insurance Company working as an insurance adjuster after being properly licensed by the State of North Carolina.
After over nine years of working with another firm in Sanford, North Carolina, Mr. Webb opened his own practice in Sanford, North Carolina and he has been at his current location for over 16 years.
He has tried numerous cases to jury, including cases that have ranged from personal injury, family law and DWI to Capital Murder. He provides a style of practicing law that shows his connection to his clients.
He enjoys running, fishing, teaching, gardening and providing vegetables to senior citizens and those in need. He is married to Julie Webb, and they have three wonderful and blessed children.
While residing in Sanford, he was instrumental in starting a Cub Scout and Boy Scout troop. In addition, Mr. Webb held an annual golf tournament that raised funds to provide scholarships annually to graduating seniors in the Lee County School system
Lee County criminal, injury, family and DWI Attorney, Fred D. Webb, Jr. was born in Wilmington, North Carolina and raised between Wilmington and Delco, North Carolina. He is a 1983 graduate of UNC Wilmington. He was in the first commissioned officer class of the Army ROTC program at the university. He was the top graduate at the United States Army Transportation School at Fort Eustis, Virginia. Mr. Webb graduated law school from UNC School of Law in 1986.
He is licensed to practice Law in the State of North Carolina, United States District Court – Eastern District of North Carolina and the United States District Court – Middle District of North Carolina.
Associations: Mr. Webb is a member of the North Carolina Bar, North Carolina Advocates for Justice and the North Carolina Bar Association.
Mr. Webb serves clients throughout North Carolina in the following areas in North Carolina:
Cities: Sanford, Pittsboro, Siler City, Lillington, Raleigh, Fayetteville, Carthage
Counties: Lee County, Wake County, Harnett County, Chatham and Moore