Winston S. Kirby Appointed by Gov. Cooper to NC Museum of History Board of Directors
Mar 20, 2019
We’re pleased to congratulate Attorney Winston S. Kirby on being appointed by Governor Roy Cooper to serve on the Board of Directors for the North Carolina Museum of History!
The appointment speaks volumes about the years of personal and professional service Winston has dedicated to communities across the state, as well as his long-standing commitment to helping clients navigate turbulent times in a range of civil personal injury cases.
About the NC Museum of History
Established in 1902 as the “Hall of History”, the North Carolina Museum of History’s current dedicated building was completed in 1994, and is located in downtown Raleigh just minutes from the Edwards Kirby office. Today, it’s become a focal point of the city, highlighting North Carolina’s rich legacy of historical achievements, legendary figures, and important firsts for locals and visitors alike.
The Museum’s ability to offer free admission, provide educational programs for kids and families, host various events, and showcase the state’s rich and eclectic history is made possible by the support of its members and volunteers, and the efforts and leadership of its Board of Directors.
As a newly appointed Board Member for the Museum of History, Winston will continue to do what he’s done for many years as a Civil Trial Attorney – serve North Carolinians with the passion and unwavering dedication they deserve.
You can learn more about the North Carolina Museum of History here.
A Proven Raleigh Personal Injury Lawyer
A North Carolina native and third-generation Trial Lawyer who has been working with various attorneys in the Raleigh area since the age of 16, Winston Kirby has established himself as a proven litigator passionate about fighting for victims and families harmed by negligence and injustice.
Since joining Edwards Kirby, Winston has recovered millions of dollars in compensation for clients in complex personal injury cases involving commercial trucking accidents, motor vehicle collisions, motorcycle accidents, and wrongful death actions helping clients secure the financial recoveries they deserve.
Just as he has been for our clients, Winston will be an invaluable component of the Museum of History’s Board of Directors and its mission to preserve North Carolina’s legacy for public enjoyment.
Winston and the Edwards Kirby legal team serve clients throughout Raleigh, the state of North Carolina, and the U.S. in a range of personal injury and civil litigation cases. Learn more about our areas of practice or call (919) 335-7005 to speak with an attorney.
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