PARTNER

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Richard Yeoman

Richard Yeoman is a litigation attorney and Partner at Grimes Yeoman, PLLC.  Rick, as he is known by his friends and family, works on cases involving personal injury, including serious bodily injuries and traumatic brain injuries. He earned his B.A. in 1994 from Brigham Young University in International Relations and his Juris Doctorate from the Brigham Young University School of Law in 1997.


Mr. Yeoman is licensed to practice law in North Carolina having been admitted to the North Carolina State Bar in 1997.


Prior to joining our firm, Mr. Yeoman was a civil litigation attorney at The Law Office of Richard D. Yeoman, PLLC. Additionally, he practiced in the areas of commercial litigation and personal injury.

Practice Areas:

  •  Personal Injury -  Car Accidents, Truck Accidents, Bicycle Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Traumatic Brain Injury, Wrongful Death, Workplace Accidents, Construction Accidents, Railroad Accidents, Aviation Accidents, Premises Liability (Slip and Fall), Product Liability, Pharmaceutical Liability, Birth injury, Nursing Home Abuse, Medical Malpractice, and Toxic Exposure


  • Complex Litigation - Multiple Parties & Complex/Compound Issues in State and Federal Court
  • Real Estate and Construction Law
  • General Business Law
  • Land Use, Zoning, and Governmental Affairs
  • Defense of Licensed Professionals in Both Litigation and Administrative Board Hearings
  • Lender, Finance and Banking Related Law, Including Claims Resolution
  • Tax Court and Governmental Controversies
  • Fiduciary Claims and Defenses

Education:

  • Brigham Young University: J. Reuben Clark Jr. School of Law

                 April 1997

                 Juris Doctorate

                 Cum Laude


  • Brigham Young University

                 August 1994, Bachelor of Arts

                 Major: International Relations

                 Minor: Portuguese (fluent)

Leadership:

Troop Committee Chair for Boy Scout Troop 5 in High Point, North Carolina; Chair Old North State Council’s Risk Management Committee (Boy Scouts); Woodbadge Staff in both 2012, 2013, and 2015 (Boy Scouts).

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