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North Carolina Lawmakers Consider Eliminating High School Driver Education

Teens are at an especially high risk of motor vehicle collisions. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says drivers between ages 16-19 are three times more likely to be involved in an accident than drivers more than 20 years old. Despite these statistics, the North Carolina car accident lawyers at HensonFuerst explain the state …

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Certain Signs and Symptoms of TBIs May Be Linked to Damaged White Matter

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that more than 2.5 million people suffer traumatic brain injuries (TBIs) each year. While these injuries can cause cognitive and physical impairments, they can also cause changes in mood and personality that can be just as harmful to victims’ personal and professional lives. Two of the most …

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Breach of Contract Allegations Arise From Non-Payment to Subcontractors

Unfortunately, not everyone who enters a contract upholds his or her duties. When this happens, it may be considered a breach of contract. One such North Carolina business dispute involves a failure to pay subcontractors for work performed on a construction project at the Smith Reynolds Airport in Winston-Salem. Subcontractors broke ground on the project …

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State Officials Hope To Reduce North Carolina Bicycle Accident Numbers

Riding bicycles is a way of life for many in North Carolina. Hundreds of thousands of North Carolinians ride bikes on a regular basis, and estimates show that bicycle tourism brings in an estimated $14 million to the state annually. The North Carolina bicycle accident lawyers at HensonFuerst point out that with so many cyclists …

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Another $100-Million Medical Mesh Settlement

A Delaware jury has ordered Boston Scientific to pay $100 million to a woman injured by transvaginal mesh, Reuters reported yesterday. The woman was awarded $25 million in compensatory damages and $75 million in punitive damages due to multiple surgeries and ongoing pain after she had the mesh implanted to help treat her pelvic organ prolapse and …

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