Corey Goss is a dedicated plaintiff’s lawyer who is committed to fighting corporations and insurance companies to secure justice for those who need it most. Since he was a child, Corey fondly remembers watching TV commercials for the Ricci Law Firm where Brian Ricci stood atop tractor-trailers. As an attorney, Corey believes there is no higher calling than fighting for the rights of the injured.

Corey comes from a Pirate family and unsurprisingly attended East Carolina University before earning his Juris Doctorate at Campbell Law School. While in law school, Corey served as Team Captain of the Campbell Law Trial Team, worked as a Research Assistant to Professor E. Gregory Wallace, served as a student ambassador, worked with various firms that practiced complex civil litigation, and clerked for the Honorable Fred Gore in the North Carolina Court of Appeals. At his law school graduation, Corey was one of ten students inducted into the Order of the Barristers, an organization that recognizes skill and proficiency in the courtroom as a trial lawyer.

Corey was born in Hendersonville, North Carolina, but was raised in Roper, North Carolina, which he ultimately calls home. Corey is a proud Eastern North Carolinian who believes North Carolina is truly the best place to call home. In his spare time, Corey enjoys waterfowl hunting, golf, cheering on the East Carolina Pirates and Carolina Panthers, discussing trial strategy, spending time with his fiancé, and being outdoors with their German Shepherd, Cash.

  • Education
    • Campbell University School of Law, Raleigh, North Carolina
      • Juris Doctorate – May 2023
      • Cum Laude
      • Award: Order of the Barristers
    • East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina
      • B.S. Summa Cum Laude – 2019
      • Major: Criminal Justice
      • Minor: Political Science
      • Award: Outstanding Undergraduate Award
  • Awards
    Order of the Barristers – May 2023
  • Professional Associations
    North Carolina Advocates for Justice (NCAJ) American Association for Justice (AAJ)