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301 N. Main St., Suite 2402
Winston-Salem, NC 27101
Call: (336) 283-0284
info@RickRutledgeLaw.com


I do all I can to make it easy to reach me at any time. Unless I am in court or outside of cell range, I am generally reachable by phone or e-mail at any time, simply by contacting my office number. If you don't reach me, please leave a message, so I'll know you called!

By Phone:

(336) 283-0284

*If you call, please be patient. If I do not answer the phone immediately, the phone system will ask if you wish to try to “find” me or leave a voice message.  If your matter is urgent, please leave a message with the necessary details to respond as soon as possible, then call back and have the system try to find me.  This will maximize your chances of reaching a live person to assist you.

By Fax:

(336) 458-4008

By E-mail:

Info@RickRutledgeLaw.com

By Mail/ Courier:

301 N. Main Street, Suite 2455
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27101-3885

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Driving to the Office:

The office is located in downtown Winston-Salem, North Carolina, in Winston Tower.  If you are driving, courtesy parking is available for clients while visiting the office.

The mapping links below will take you to the Church Street entrance to the parking garage:

Google: Driving to rear of 301 N. Main Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101

Mapquest: Driving to rear of 301 N. Main Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101

Yahoo!: Driving to rear of 301 N. Main Street, Winston-Salem, NC 27101

The main entrance to Winston Tower is at 301 North Main Street, between Third Street and Fourth Street.  Any of the mapping engines should give reliable directions.

Printable Directions:

I have also prepared downloadable (PDF) driving directions with maps: here.

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