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The I-295 Project: Will You Be Affected?
The I-295 Project: Will You Be Affected? The Fayetteville Outer Loop (I-295) is currently under construction in order to complete the western portion from U.S. 401 Business/Ramsey Street to I-95. Both Cumberland and Robeson counties will be impacted by the project. The first phase of the project opened in 2005 and the ongoing construction of the current phase is scheduled ... Read More
Hurricane Matthew Insurance Claims
Hurricane Matthew Insurance Claims Disaster struck the East coast when Hurricane Matthew unexpectedly wreaked havoc on small towns of North Carolina. Fayetteville saw over 10 inches of rain, flooding the city and leaving homeowners stranded, without power, and afraid of what was to come. Lumberton, a small town about 30 miles south of Fayetteville, saw the worst of the flooding ... Read More
How to Protect Your Security Clearance
How to Protect Your Security Clearance When you are a member of the armed forces, your security clearance is an important aspect of your job. Once it is obtained, protecting your security clearance should be top priority–as without your clearance, you can’t complete your duties as assigned. In the following, you will learn what you need to know about your ... Read More
How to Choose the Best Court-Martial Defense
How to Choose the Best Court-Martial Defense You served your country with pride, but now you’re facing a court‐martial. No matter what allegations you are facing, you need the best defense attorney on your side. This trial will affect how people view your military experience, your personality, and the future of your career. At The Richardson Firm, we specialize in ... Read More
Have You Heard? We Now Offer Military Legal Services in Fort Bragg & Beyond!
The Richardson Firm Welcomes LTC (Ret) Kris Poppe and Expands Military Legal Services The Richardson Firm is proud to welcome Lieutenant Colonel (Ret) Kris Poppe. He joined the firm upon his retirement from 34 years of military service, including 20 years as an Army Judge-Advocate. Poppe’s most recent assignment was with the U.S. Army Trial Defense Service, where he served as ... Read More