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Workplace Injuries Affect Doctor’s Too

We most office associate Worker’s Compensation Injuries with high risk occupations like construction work.  However, surgeons who perform minimally invasive surgical procedures are increasingly beginning to experience physical problems.  A surgeon has to deal with a limited range of motion when performing, for example, a laparoscopic procedure, as opposed to dealing with an open incision.  …

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Finally…Nursing Home Financials to be Revealed

The Health Care Reform Act provides some much needed relief for victims of nursing home neglect and abuse. In recent years, many nursing home chain operators have avoided responsibility for injuries and death caused by their neglect. They have done so by setting up multiple dummy corporations and other legal entities to  siphon cash away …

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Update on a Travesty: Police Captain Fired after DWI

According to WRAL.com, Highway Patrol Captain James Williams, Jr., was fired weeks after being pulled over and reported to be “extremely drunk.” This story caught our attention last month when it was reported that when Williams was pulled over, the police officers took him to a hotel instead of charging him. Fortunately for the public, …

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Tiana Zaebst, attorney with HensonFuerst, publishes in Lawyers Weekly

An article by attorney Tiana H. Zaebst was published in the May 10, 2010, issue of North Carolina Lawyers Weekly. The topic: How people who have been permanently injured in an accident often overlook a valuable source of long-term protection. According to Ms. Zaebst, people who have been injured in an accident can benefit from …

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