Month: January 2014

Acetaminophen Drug Injuries Prompt FDA to Issue Dosage Warnings

January 30, 2014 Advancements in the field of medicine has supplied us with the drugs we need to treat a variety of ailments. But some of these medications can have serious side effects when not used properly. The North Carolina Personal Injury Lawyers with HensonFuerst point out the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has …

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North Carolina Car Accident Lawyers Examine Legalities of Autonomous Vehicles

January 16, 2014 Technological advancements and innovations are happening all around us, but they have gained a significant presence in the automotive industry in recent years. Car manufacturers are now designing vehicles that are able to operate by themselves as passengers sit back and engage in other activities such as reading, watching television, or surfing …

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Study Shows Medication Errors Pose Serious Risk to Patients in Nursing Homes

January 9, 2014 Long-term care facilities that look after elderly citizens are responsible for protecting the health and safety of their patients. Too often though, errors and negligence occur, especially in distributing medications. These types of medication errors can leave patients seriously injured. The North Carolina Drug Injury Lawyers with HensonFuerst explain one study conducted …

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Flu Deadly in NC

According to an article on WRAL.com, the number of cases of influenza jumped in December. A total of 13 people have died of flu this season, and 5 of those deaths happened just last week. What’s most surprising is that seven of the 13 deaths happened to people in their prime, between the ages of …

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StreetSafe Aims to Prevent Teenagers From Being Involved in Car Accidents

January 2, 2014 Each year, thousands of North Carolinians are the victims of motor vehicle collisions. Teenagers are one of the age demographics most at risk of being involved in such crashes. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that car accidents are the leading cause of death for teens in the …

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