Statutes are created by the legislature. Case law is the law that is created by judges who try to interpret the statutory law and make it fit within the constitution.
Someone, who I cannot remember, but it was a famous person said once that, "there are 2 things you never want to see being made, sausages, and laws."
If you remember your 4th grade school, you were taught how a person writes a law, proposes a "bill" to the legislature and if the houses of the legislature agree, it goes to the govenor (or president) to be signed, if signed it becomes law. Also, that the US has a three branch government, the legislature, to make the laws, the executive, to execute the laws, and the judicial branch, to keep the legislature and the executive branches within the constitution by deciding if the laws are proper, and if they are being applied in a constitutional manner.
Here's a thought. Use Google. Use key words "disability lawyer Fayetteville NC".
I sure you will get many websites to look at, read and choose one.
Pretty sure many of us do not live in Fayetteville and have a disability lawyer on speed dial.