Jon R. Moore

North Carolina

Brown Moore & Associates, PLLC
930 East Blvd
Charlotte, NC 28203
United States

Tel: 704-335-1500


Jon Moore grew up in the Kansas City, Missouri area where he earned his Eagle Scout badge and graduated as valedictorian of his high school class of 600. He attended college at Northwestern University, outside of Chicago. Following college, Jon got accepted to Georgetown University Law School but elected to defer his acceptance for a year. During that year, Jon returned to his hometown and taught English and Debate at a local high school. Jon continued to pursue his interest in teaching while at law school, by teaching a practical law class to students at a high school in Washington, DC.

After graduation from law school, Jon moved to Springfield, Missouri where his fiancée, Laura was working as a reporter at a local TV station. Jon worked at a small law firm in Springfield, and this experience led Jon to realize the joys of working for a small law firm and working for individuals, rather than corporations or insurance companies.

Jon has been recognized by North Carolina Super Lawyers® magazine every year from 2012 through 2023. He currently serves as Vice President of Legislative Affairs for the North Carolina Advocates for Justice, and has previously served as the Vice President of Legal Affairs, Chair of the Auto Torts, Premises Liability section, and Chair of the Products Liability section. Jon is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), an organization limited to attorneys with at least 10 civil jury trials, and served as Membership Chair for the Western North Carolina chapter.

Representative Cases:
  • Dickerson v. Morfesis (Cumberland County, 2015) — $7.5 Million jury verdict (medical negligence)
  • Estate of Savino v. Charlotte-Mecklenburg Hospital Authority (Cabarrus County, 2016) — $6.13 million jury verdict (medical negligence)
  • Estate of Mitcham v. Bonterra Builders (Union County, 2018) — $3.85 million jury verdict (construction incident)
  • Newberry v. Building & Earth Sciences, Inc. (Mecklenburg County, 2021) — $1.75 million settlement (motor vehicle injury)
  • Estate of Smith v. Trucking Company (Cabarrus County, 2022) — $2 million settlement (motor vehicle injury)
  • Helton v. America’s Pizza Company, LLC (Industrial Commision, 2019) — $870,000 settlement (workers’ compensation)


  • North Carolina, 2002
  • Missouri, 2002
  • U.S. District Court Western District of North Carolina, 2002
  • U.S. District Court Western District of Missouri, 2002


  • Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, District of Columbia
    • J.D. – 2001
  • Northwestern University
    • B.A. – 1997
    • Major: Political Science
    • Major: International Studies

Professional Associations & Memberships

  • American Association for Justice, Member
  • North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers, Member
  • North Carolina State Bar, Member
  • North Carolina Bar Association, Litigation Section Council, Member
  • North Carolina Advocates for Justice

Brown Moore & Associates, PLLC, in Charlotte is not a general practice law firm. Instead, we focus our legal practice on providing focused, high-quality legal help to injured people in personal injury, workers compensation cases, and medical malpractice cases. Our partners have more than five decades of collective practice in personal injury law in North Carolina, garnering our law firm a reputation for forceful advocacy on behalf of our clients.

Our attorneys are thorough investigators and strong advocates. We work closely with financial and medical experts to make sure we develop a complete picture of our clients’ current and future medical needs and lost job opportunities. We then take our financial demand to the party or parties responsible for the accident and engage in forceful negotiation to obtain the best possible settlement on our clients’ behalf.

Although a high percentage of personal injury cases are resolved through a settlement, our attorneys have the necessary resources and experience to successfully take our clients’ cases to trial.