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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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A study recently published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that only 11 percent of heart attack victims who must be transferred to another hospital are moved within the recommended interval. Patients who suffer a type of myocardial infarction known as a STEMI should be transported with 30 minutes to receive a…Read More

Brown Moore & Associates, PLLC, recently won a North Carolina Court of Appeals decision which granted a new trial to one of their injured clients. The case, which concerned a premises liability issue, will give injured children a greater opportunity to be fairly evaluated by a jury in negligence actions occurring on another’s premises. The…Read More

Med Mal Bill Vetoed

Jul 8, 2011 Brown Moore & Associates Medical Malpractice

When you are seeking treatment for an injury or illness, you trust that your physician will provide you with care that will allow your condition to improve. No one expects to have their condition worsen due to the treatment provided. If things do get worse because of your doctor’s actions, you want to be able…Read More

Tort Reform for North Carolina?

Jun 14, 2011 Brown Moore & Associates Medical Malpractice

North Carolina is one step closer to a view of tort reform that would take away many rights now enjoyed by North Carolina citizens for the last 150 years. The state House of Representatives and Senate recently passed the Tort Reform for Citizens and Businesses bill that would place severe restrictions on all who have…Read More

North Carolina is currently considering a bill that would drastically reform patients’ rights within the state. One of the major components of this bill will limit the liability of drug manufacturers when their products cause unintended results. The bill would restrict the ability of patients to pursue damages if the drug in question had been…Read More