Associate Attorney

Miguel A. Cuadra Jr.

Born in Santa Ana, California

High School: Carver High School Class of 2005

College: NC A&T State University Class of 2009 Magna Cum Laude

Law School: Charlotte School of Law Class of 2015

Admitted to the NC State Bar 2016

Admitted to the United States District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina 2016



Legal Assistant

Emma Manzanarez

Emma is the receptionist/legal assistant and brings previous legal assistant experience to the firm. Emma is bilingual (Spanish) and her legal experience includes knowledge working with criminal and personal injury matters.

Emma is a hard-working and dedicated member of the team, who is currently pursuing her certification in legal translations from Spanish-to-English. She ensures that each one of our clients is regularly contacted regarding their case with compassion and care.

Emma enjoys spending time with her family after work.

“I find working with our clients enjoyable and fulfilling. It is very important to me to have compassion and understanding due to the client various situations.”


Darwin Littlejohn

Darwin concentrates in the area of litigation focusing primarily on personal injury.

Darwin has over thirty years of legal experience. Yes, he has been around a bit but has never lost his zeal for achieving victory for the client. He is experienced in both criminal and personal injury law.

Darwin is dedicated to preparing cases for trial and strives to assure that all of the firm’s matters are presented in a polished and professional manner. Darwin works closely with the attorney to assure that no stone is left unturned.

Darwin enjoys working with clients, locating and interviewing witnesses and thoroughly researching the legal basis of each claim. Darwin believes that victories are the result of hard work and anticipating every move that the opponent may have in store for you.

Darwin graduated from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro with a BA in History and Political Science. He is also a graduate of Wake Forest University School of Law.

“I always try to keep in mind that these cases are not our cases, they are the client’s cases, and the work that we do can have a real and profound effect on their lives.”