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Brian Elston Law is a personal injury attorney in Asheville, NC and is dedicated to fighting for the people who need it most. Our team is ready to take on your case in a variety of matters from personal injury, to workers comp, wrongful death, employment law, civil litigation, and more.
Of the many fears associated with the COVID-19 Pandemic, one of the biggest is the economic disruption associated with the Pandemic. The fear of losing your job or having your hours reduced to the point of not making enough money to pay your mortgage, rent, bills and feed your kids.
We would like to take a moment during this Coronavirus public health emergency to reiterate that the well-being of our clients and potential clients is, and has always been, the focus of Brian Elston Law. Our clients can trust that we are here for them, even amidst the recent Covid-19 concerns.
Chad Ray Donnahoo grew up in Western North Carolina and graduated from Mountain Heritage High School in Burnsville. He attend UNC Chapel Hill. His favorite class was education law. Following a short stint as a public school teacher, Chad graduated with his J.D.
School bus crash McDowell County, North Carolina. In our experience as school bus accident lawyers, school bus accidents happen frequently for a variety of reasons: mechanical problems with the school bus; school bus driver’s negligence; or negligence by a third party.
The legal case must resonate with the claims adjuster or a juror. The attorneys at Brian Elston Law work with each client to put together each component. In doing so, they hope to rock the adjuster or jury in providing each client with the maximum amount of justice.
Someone injured in an accident because of someone’s negligence has the right to know what justice they can expect. The individual’s life has likely been turned upside down. I’ve resolved countless motor vehicle accident, personal injury and workers’ compensation cases.
Engaging in direct settlement negotiations with a claims adjuster can be as intimidating as a sixth-grader going to their first dance. You’ve probably (and hopefully) never had to settle a personal injury claim, so you aren’t sure of what moves to make and what to do.
I see “the sudden emergency doctrine” pop up as a defendant’s response. Using the baseball-through-the-windowanalogy, defendant’s try and blame the throw or the bad catch as the emergency. However, that “emergency” wouldn’t have happened if they followed the rules.
Students get hurt at school for various reasons. Sometimes, those reasons are just an unavoidable accident with no one to blame. Sometimes, those reasons might have something to do with the actions (or inactions) of your child’s teacher. You have legal options.
This “Conversations with Chad” deals with how governmental immunity impacts suing a board of education. Most things involving government are not easy. Trying to get a governmental entity to give you money to compensate you for its wrongdoing is particularly challenging.