Community Involvement

From age 8, John McCabe wanted to become a lawyer. That desire never wavered, and John's passion for the law remains strong and unremitting.

For almost 23 years, John has dedicated himself to representing injured workers in workers' compensation and third-party cases. Those cases often involve vehicle collisions, workplace safety violations, and defective products. John decided to represent workers after interning at an insurance company during law school and working for an insurance defense firm early in his career. "Those experiences showed me that good, honest, hardworking people needed a strong advocate to stand up and fight for them," he says.

John and his firm have earned a reputation for their hard-work, thoroughness, and professionalism. The firm recognizes that in many respects, the practice of law is a relationship business, and it goes to great lengths to establish meaningful relationships - both with clients and opposing counsel - that are based on trust and evenhandedness. According to John, "As a lawyer, your most important asset is your reputation - and that reputation must be founded on credibility, honesty, and fair-dealing."

The firm eschews advertising, and relies on old-fashioned, word-of-mouth referrals, mostly from fellow attorneys and past clients. In a highly competitive field, John's firm is built on its unwavering commitment to its clients. As John says, "From Day 1, I've always said that if we take care of our clients and provide them with the highest level of legal representation, everything else will take care of itself." That philosophy has proven true, as John's firm has consistently achieved impressive results for its clients, while at the same time, earning multiple recognitions from other lawyers for its legal work and ethics.

The award-winning firm recognizes the need to give back to the profession. John has created a scholarship at Campbell Law School for students who demonstrate a commitment to volunteerism and community service. In addition, John has been elected to several leadership positions with the North Carolina Advocates for Justice, and for the last four years, he has served on the organization's Executive Committee. John frequently speaks at CLE's and law schools across the State, and he authored the chapter on "The Analysis and Investigation of Personal Injury Cases" in the Personal Injury Practice in North Carolina.

The firm also gives back to the community. For the last ten years, John has coached boys' basketball, and each year, the firm sponsors numerous youth sports teams in Cary and Apex. The firm is a big supporter of Catholic Charities and its efforts address poverty, homelessness, and hunger in central and eastern North Carolina. John also actively supports and devotes his time to organizations that help people recover from substance abuse and mental health issues.

Community Involvement

Community Involvement

Community Involvement

Community Involvement

Community Involvement

Community Involvement

Community Involvement

Community Involvement