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Financial Compensation for Dog Bite Victims

By The Elmore and Smith Law Firm, PC on October 31, 2019 In Dog Bite Injury

When a person is attacked by a dog, they can sustain many injuries and losses, including would include medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. In a serious dog attack, the medical bills alone can be tens of thousands of dollars and the person may suffer lifelong physical consequences. The person who owns the… read more

Landlord Liability When A Tenant Is Injured

By The Elmore and Smith Law Firm, PC on October 29, 2019 In Personal Injury

There are times when a residential tenant is injured due to a defect at his or her rental property. Whether it be rotten boards on a porch, no handrails on a stairwell, or broken tiles in a bathroom, tenants can suffer serious and potentially deadly injuries when premises are not maintained the way they should…. read more

Smaller Car Wreck Claims Are Being Denied By Insurance Companies

By The Elmore and Smith Law Firm, PC on October 27, 2019 In Car accident

In recent years, a disturbing trend is surfacing with smaller car accident cases. Insurance companies are refusing to pay claims to accident victims for property damage. These crashes usually involve little to no personal injury. Instead, the innocent driver’s vehicle has suffered damage that the at-fault driver’s insurer won’t pay. Sometimes, the car’s damage is… read more

Personal injury lawyers are often asked by clients if they need to file medical bills with their own health insurance company. These procedure questions can be a result of an automobile wreck on another accident. The answer to that question is “yes,” even if the auto wreck or other personal injury accident is someone else’s… read more

The Elmore and Smith Law Firm, PC is offering scholarship opportunities for high school marching bands in western North Carolina. Each year, the Asheville, N.C. personal injury attorneys provide sponsorships to residents of their local communities. Firm attorneys Bruce Elmore and Ruth Smith have spent more than three decades protecting the rights of western North… read more