It is one of our favorite times of the year: Time for our annual “My PSA Contest!” for North Carolina high school and middle school students. Each year, HensonFuerst Attorneys holds a bicycle safety public service announcement (PSA) video contest for local middle and high school students. The goal is to prevent serious accidents and injuries, and …
Recovering from an injury suffered in an accident can be a long process. Take, for instance, the story of a truck driver from Goldsboro, North Carolina, that was recently highlighted by WRAL News. The truck driver was involved in an accident on October 29, 2009, along I-95 near Godwin in Cumberland County.
While blood-thinning medications may help patients live a more productive life, they may put those taking the drug at risk of a dangerous side effect.
A 26-year-old worker at a Clinton, North Carolina, meat packing plant died in a tragic work related accident this past weekend.
In an effort to teach motorists in the Chapel Hill area about the dangers of texting and driving, a simulator was set up on the campus of University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill earlier this week that puts a driver through a series of obstacles while they attempt to use a cellular device.
A 50-year-old bus driver for the North Carolina State University died of carbon monoxide poisoning on her bus.
The Drug manufacturing giant, Pfizer, Inc., announced a recall of nearly one million packets of birth control pills Tuesday due to a manufacturing mix-up that could put women at an increased risk of unwanted pregnancy.
Several young people in Raleigh, North Carolina, are learning the hard way that you don’t have to be the person behind the wheel in a fatal accident to be responsible for a wrongful death.
A Fayetteville, North Carolina, hospital is at risk of losing it’s funding from Medicaid and Medicare tonight in response to the death of a mentally ill patient.
A powerful storm system that blew through western North Carolina Wednesday evening is being blamed for injuring at least 15 people and destroying more than a dozen buildings in two counties.