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Sizemore McGee, PLLC a sponsor of AB Tech Scholarship Luncheon

Our firm is a proud supporter of Asheville Buncombe Technical Community College.  Steve Sizemore is a member of the AB Tech Foundation Board.  The firm was a sponsor of a table for 10 at the 17th Annual Scholarship Luncheon held on March 17, 2018 at the Crowne Plaza Resort Expo Center in Asheville.  Over 400 …

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IMPORTANT CHANGES IN NCIC FILING RULES – FILING OF MOTIONS/RESPONSES FOR ANOTHER PERSON OR ENTITY MUST BE BY MADE BY NC LICENSED ATTORNEY

The Commission now requires attorney representation for some filings which could previously be handled by claims adjusters.  The Industrial Commission now no longer accepts filings of any motion or response to a motion on behalf of another person or entity by anyone other than a licensed North Carolina attorney.  The filings previously accepted if filed …

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Mountain Child Advocacy Center – Arby’s Child Advocacy Classic Golf Tournament Sponsor

On Thursday, August 3, 2017, Sizemore McGee, PLLC was a proud sponsor of Arby’s Child Advocacy Classic Golf Tournament.  This tournament supports Mountain Child Advocacy Center is a community-based organization which works to identify and respond to child abuse and neglect in Buncombe County.  Learn more about this fantastic organization: http://www.mtncac.org/.

Wilkes, HB 26 and Statutory Presumptions

On June 9, 2017, the Supreme Court issued its decision in Wilkes v. City of Greenville, which held in part that a claimant is entitled to a presumption that any condition allegedly arising from a compensable injury – even a condition which the defendants did not accept via Form 60 – is causally related to …

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