Billy Strickland II

When I was growing up, I heard this statement quite often from people who were taking advantage of me or my family, “Sue me.” I grew up on the other side of the tracks, and what these people understood was that I could not afford to retain an attorney. Because of that, they knew they […]

John Agner

John Agner, born in China Grove, NC in 1966, I have lived in China Grove, Salisbury, Lincolnton, Hickory, Carrboro, Chapel Hill, Durham, Winterville, Greenville, and I have been a resident of Goldsboro since 1996. I Graduated from Lincolnton High School in 1984, then from Lenoir-Rhyne College in 1988 with a Communications major. I attended Law […]

Dustin B. Pittman

Attorney Dustin B. Pittman is a native of Elm City, North Carolina who joined the firm in October of 2012 and practices primarily in the areas of Criminal and Traffic Law, Personal Injury and Worker’s Compensation. He came to Strickland Agner Pittman after one year with Diener Law, P.A. in Greenville and one year as […]

Jay Falk

Jonathan B. Falk, or as he more commonly called “Jay”, is originally from Rocky Mount, NC.  Jay attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, for his undergraduate degree, and graduated in May of 2007 with a B.A. in History.  Jay then graduated from Regent School of Law in May of 2012, and received […]

Eric Meehan

Attorney Eric Meehan is originally from West Chester, PA. In 2003, he graduated the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a B.A. in Political Science. Eric attended law school at Vanderbilt University where he participated in moot court and earned a spot on the moot court board. Eric became a part of Strickland […]

Eric Doggett

After an extensive career managing technology businesses and companies, Eric obtained his J.D. from Wake Forest University and focuses on civil litigation. At Wake Forest, Eric was a member of the Trial Bar, Moot Court Board, and the National and Spong Moot Court teams, and received the Order of the Barristers. Eric remains an avid […]

Sean P. Keenan

Growing up in Raleigh in the 1980’s I noticed how a few people had power and authority, and most people had none. I never understood why that was, but it did not set right with me. After all, our Nation was built on the credo that all men are created equal. In 1992, after graduating […]