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Curtis C. Osborne, Attorney at Law

Curtis Osborne has a law practice in Charlotte (NC)
704-376-8012
Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in Insurance Litigation, Personal Injury, Professional Malpractice matters.
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310 Arlington Ave. Charlotte, NC 28203
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Insurance Litigation
Personal Injury: Car Accidents, Defective Products
Professional Malpractice: Medical Malpractice
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Bar Admissions
  • District Of Columbia (DC) 2000
  • North Carolina (NC) 1998
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    Education

    Degree:J.D.
    School:North Carolina Central University School of Law
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    Year:1998

    Degree:B.S.
    School:North Carolina State University
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    Year:1992
    Languages
    English
    Territory of Practice

    North Carolina

    Mecklenburg: Charlotte

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