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  With the spread of coronavirus, or COVID-19, many North Carolina workers are staying home and practicing “social distancing.” However, health care workers have no choice but to work as coronavirus spreads across western North Carolina and other areas in our state. These workers will inevitably be exposed to the virus, and some will likely… read more

Brain Injuries: Symptoms & Recovery

By Web Admin on February 27, 2020 In Car accident

When a person is injured in a car wreck, motorcycle wreck, or other accident, sometimes the most harmful injuries are those that you cannot see with the naked eye: a brain injury. Sometimes brain injuries are obvious and an injured person’s functioning is so impaired that they are left unable to speak, walk, or feed… read more

Being injured on the job and going through a workers’ compensation claim can be challenging. The injured worker has to be concerned with getting his/ her workers’ compensation checks, filing the correct forms with the North Carolina Industrial Commission, dealing with doctor visits, and other various issues. Therefore, it might seem like a relief to… read more

On June 4, 2017, Mr. Marlin Jackson of Daphne, Alabama took his window seat on a Delta commercial flight leaving Atlanta bound for San Diego. Mr. Kevin Mundy, Jr., of Henderson County, NC took the middle seat next to Mr. Jackson and attempted to hold his 50-lb. mixed breed “emotional support” animal on his lap… 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