Need a Personal Injury Attorney in Greenville, South Carolina?
Mr. Ashmore has handled significant personal injury cases over the years, representing both individuals and families who have been injured or who have lost loved ones due to the actions of others. His experience ranges from automobile accidents to wrongful death.
Mr. Ashmore has brought personal injury actions in both state and federal courts, claiming against individuals, companies, and governmental entities. He understands the life-altering effects that injuries have, not only on the person injured but on their family as well.
He has significant experience in dealing with insurance companies and state and federal courts, which allows for maximizing returns to those that have been wrongfully injured.
Mr. Ashmore’s areas of legal practice include the above areas plus automobile accidents, wrongful death, contracts, tort liability, environmental crimes, securities fraud, and class actions.
Significant Legal Cases
July of 2015 – After a jury was chosen in federal court, the government dismissed the three felony wire fraud charges, and Mr. Ashmore’s client plead guilty to a single misdemeanor offense.
March of 2015 – Mr. Ashmore and his co-counsel obtained a $928,000.00 verdict and the reinstatement of three valuable contracts in federal court in Greenville, S.C.
November of 2014 – After a jury was chosen in federal court, the government dismissed felony charges of embezzlement, making false statements, and submitting fraudulent claims, and Mr. Ashmore’s client plead guilty to a single misdemeanor offense.
June of 2014 – Mr. Ashmore’s client was found Not Guilty of murder in the death of her husband after a four day jury trial in Spartanburg County, S.C.
2012 – Mr. Ashmore was appointed by the federal district court in Greenville, South Carolina to serve as the Receiver in a $50 million pyramid scheme involving the fraudulent sale of gold and silver.
2012 – Mr. Ashmore appeared as local counsel in a six day trial in federal court in Greenville, South Carolina and defeated the plaintiff’s request for a permanent injunction involving a $280 million project in North Carolina.