At Riddle & Brantley, we have several experienced investigators who help investigate accidents as well as meet with clients who are unable to come into one of our offices to meet with a lawyer. Our investigators can meet you at a location convenient for you and provide you with all of the necessary paperwork for the lawyer to begin working on your case, and if you have questions or concerns during their visit, they will get a lawyer on the phone to help you.
Kevin Canady is a native of eastern North Carolina. He served in the Kinston Police Department and worked his way through the ranks, eventually being named Sergeant. He is dual-certified as both a law enforcement officer and Level II firefighter. As a police officer, he served as a K-9 handler for more than 10 years and later became the department’s K-9 trainer. Kevin served as Sergeant of patrol, the Special Response Unit (SRU), and K-9 division until he left the department in 2015.
In recognition of his service, Kevin received the Certificate of Recognition for Meritorious Duty in 2000.
Kevin is married with three children. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with family and helping with his children’s extracurricular activities. He enjoys working on cars and is an avid sports fan.
“I’m happy to be part of a firm that puts its clients’ best interests first.”
Victor Figueroa is a retired corporal and supervisor who served in the Durham Police Department. Over the course of a distinguished 20+ year career, Victor advanced in the ranks, ultimately supervising 11 other officers. As part of his duties, he regularly oversaw serious accident and criminal investigations. Prior to his work in Durham, Victor served as a police officer in the Carolina Beach Police Department.
Victor is also an honored veteran, having served as a sergeant in the United States Marine Corps from 1990 through 1995. As a Marine, he conducted sniper operations, collected intelligence, and developed and executed detailed mission plans.
Married with two children, Victor is a devoted family man who enjoys fishing and being out on the boat. When not investigating cases, he might be found riding motorcycles, traveling with his family, practicing martial arts, or cooking. Victor also has a dog — a three-year-old Cane Corso named Santo.
“I love to meet people and help them through confusion and obstacles when they are a victim of injury.”