Wisnoski Law

 Founded in Raleigh

Serving all of North Carolina

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The Vision

For most people, a new car is the second most expensive purchase they make, surpassed only by their home. Purchasing RVs, ATVs, and motorcycles are often nearly as impactful for consumers. It is bad enough when your major purchase turns out to be defective (or a "lemon"), but when the manufacturer and its agents act unreasonably or put the blame on you, it can be truly maddening. 

The same is true when the complexity of your vehicle is used against you by repair shop employees that act deceptively, make mistakes,  or unnecessarily increase the costs or risks to you as the consumer. 

That is where Wisnoski Law steps in. I have proven success with "David v. Goliath" odds against major auto manufacturers, RV dealers, and repair shops on behalf of North Carolina consumers who have been wronged.

 

My legal practice is dedicated to consumer protection and the focus of my business operations is client communication and satisfaction. Take a look around the website, and please get in touch today with any questions or concerns.

Dedicated North Carolina Consumer Protection Attorney

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Nevin Wisnoski

Owner/Managing Attorney 

Born and raised in Western North Carolina, I pride myself on providing North Carolinians with high-quality legal services. After experiencing success in a variety of legal practices at regionally large and boutique-practice firms, I returned to Raleigh and opened my own law office in 2021 to focus on my passion for plaintiff litigation, particularly the underserved Lemon Law and related fields across the State and local communities. 

 

Whether you need legal consultation or advocacy in a matter through trial and appeals, I will walk with you every step of the way. Get in touch today — I look forward to hearing from you!

University of Miami School of Law, Coral Gables, FL

Juris Doctor, with honors

North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC

Bachelor of Science

Admitted in:

All North Carolina State Courts, United States District Court for the Western District of North Carolina, United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Courts.