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Temporary Tattoos May Cause Permanent Scars

Temporary tattoos seem so fun and innocuous. But as the saying goes: It’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued a warning about temporary tattoos, also known as “henna” tattoos. There have been reports of severe skin reactions, sometimes leading to permanent scarring. “Just because …

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Legislators Considering Relaxing North Carolina's Motorcycle Helmet Law

March 28, 2013 Even though the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention calls North Carolina’s motorcycle helmet law the most effective in the nation, legislators in the state are now considering relaxing the law. WRAL News reports House Bill 109 would allow motorcyclists over the age of 21-years-old to choose whether or not to wear a helmet …

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Supreme Court Rules North Carolina Not Entitled To Settlement Money

March 21, 2013 The Supreme Court of the United States has ruled North Carolina is not entitled to collect one-third of a Taylorsville girl’s medical malpractice settlement. In 2000, the girl suffered birth injuries while being delivered by a doctor with a history of drug abuse. Her injuries left her deaf and blind, as well …

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North Carolina Truck Accident Seriously Injures Five People

March 7, 2013 A North Carolina Truck Accident Monday was responsible for seriously injuring five people. The Gaston Gazette released an article stating the incident happened at 2:30 p.m., on U.S. 321 South in the town of Dallas. A spokesman for the North Carolina Highway Patrol, Sgt. D. Litaker, explained a loaded tractor-trailer was driving along the highway …

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NC Auditor Says Not Enough Being Done To Ensure Workers’ Compensation Coverage

February 28, 2013 The North Carolina’s Auditor Office has released a report saying the state agency that oversees North Carolina Workers’ Compensation claims hasn’t done enough to ensure employers purchase coverage to cover expenses in case of an accident. Insurance Journal explained how an investigation into businesses in North Carolina’s compliance with workers’ compensation coverage laws discovered there …

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What Did Manufacturer Know About Hip Replacement Defects?

Lots more information since we last wrote about defective metal-on-metal hip replacements. The first trial is underway, and plenty of details are emerging. From all the reports, this looks to be a particularly heinous story of corporate greed causing injury to many thousands of unsuspecting individuals. First, a little background: While all hip replacements pose …

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