Toxic Injury

Contaminated Water Isn't the Only Concern After a Coal Ash Spill

Electricity is essential to our everyday lives in the United States. Without it, we can’t cook food, wash our clothes, have light to see, or have air conditioning in our homes. What many people may not realize though, is that getting power comes with human and environmental costs. Large portions of the plants that supply …

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Camp Lejeune Water Contamination Victims Still Fighting for Compensation

The men and women who serve in the United States military sacrifice everything for our country, yet our own government is responsible for poisoning thousands of service members and their families by allowing pollution to occur on military bases across the country. One of the most serious and documented cases of toxic exposure caused by …

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NC State Regulators and Duke Energy Worki Together to Reduce Pollution Penalties

March 20, 2014 Last month, a pipe beneath a coal ash retention pond owned by Duke Energy burst, causing an estimated 39,000 tons of coal ash combined with 27 million gallons of contaminated water into the Dan River. The pollution puts citizens in Virginia and North Carolina at risk of potential Toxic Exposure from dangerous …

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Study Finds Connection Between BPA In Plastics and Pregnant Women Suffering Miscarriages

October 17, 2013 While chemicals used to manufacture products we use everyday have made certain industrial advancements possible, they could also be putting the health of consumers at risk. The North Carolina Toxic Exposure Lawyers with HensonFuerst explain this point was underscored by a recent study, which found a connection between a certain chemical in …

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