Car Accident Lawyer Charlotte | Brown Moore & Associates, PLLC
Car accident injuries often result in a long list of expenses. Contact a car accident lawyer in Charlotte, NC for a free consultation at 704-335-1500. A car accident lawyer from Brown Moore & Associates, PLLC will apply their years of experience and legal skills to help you obtain full recovery from a personal injury claim.
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Most people have not been focused on many things other than the COVID-19 pandemic. While this incident has kept most people indoors, these orders are slowly being lifted. As our daily lives start to get back to some semblance of normalcy, it this time to focus on safety. This is particularly true when it comes…Read More

It was recently announced that Jon R. Moore of Brown, Moore & Associates, PLLC, was honored with the Leaders of the Law Award by North Carolina Lawyers Weekly. North Carolina Lawyers Weekly Leaders in the Law honors licensed legal professionals who practice in the state of North Carolina. These awards are given to those who…Read More

If you have been in an collision in Charlotte or elsewhere in North Carolina that involved a brain injury, you are entitled to sue for full compensation for your injuries. Medical science has advanced rapidly in recent years, and we now know even mild to moderate brain injuries—such as a concussion—can be debilitating in 10-15…Read More

Understanding the value of a second-degree burn case can allow you to recover fair compensation for your injuries. When you have been the victim of an accident in Charlotte, North Carolina that leads to second-degree burns, you have a right to seek a burn settlement or file a lawsuit to recover the full value of…Read More

If you have been injured in a bar fight— or maybe injured by the “bouncer” who got abusive— suing for personal injuries is an option depending on the circumstances. Bar fights can be violent and deadly. See here. And here. To start, however, you need to have been injured through no fault of your own….Read More