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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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North Carolina Personal Injury Lawyers Work to End Bullying

February 20, 2014 Bullying is a serious problem in the United States today. Studies from the National Education Association show as many as 30 percent of school-aged children are bullied each month. The North Carolina Personal Injury Attorneys with the law firm of HensonFuerst explain this behavior can have serious, even deadly, consequences. Take the …

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Report Gives Grade of C- To Emergency Healthcare Access In North Carolina

February 13, 2014 Most people will agree, the most crucial time for a person to have access to quality healthcare is in an emergency situation. The North Carolina Personal Injury Lawyers with HensonFuerst explain that a new report shows the state may be lacking certain industry assets, potentially resulting in limited patient access to care. …

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Study Shows Medication Errors Pose Serious Risk to Patients in Nursing Homes

January 9, 2014 Long-term care facilities that look after elderly citizens are responsible for protecting the health and safety of their patients. Too often though, errors and negligence occur, especially in distributing medications. These types of medication errors can leave patients seriously injured. The North Carolina Drug Injury Lawyers with HensonFuerst explain one study conducted …

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StreetSafe Aims to Prevent Teenagers From Being Involved in Car Accidents

January 2, 2014 Each year, thousands of North Carolinians are the victims of motor vehicle collisions. Teenagers are one of the age demographics most at risk of being involved in such crashes. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that car accidents are the leading cause of death for teens in the …

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North Carolina Attorneys Discuss Top Three Causes of Drug Injury

December 26, 2013 The vast variety and quantity of drugs available to Americans today help save numerous lives each year; however, taking certain types of medications can present serious risks to users. The North Carolina Drug Injury Attorneys with HensonFuerst explain there are typically three specific types of defects or problems that can cause a …

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North Carolina Fines Sanford Recycling Center for Fatal Work-Related Accident

December 19, 2013 Companies who hire employees have a responsibility to protect the safety and well being of their workers. The North Carolina Workers Compensation Lawyers with HensonFuerst explain any failure to do so can result in costly legal action being taken against the employer by those who were harmed as a result of their …

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North Carolina Defective Product Lawsuit Filed in Connection With Accidental Shooting

December 12, 2013 Manufacturers of products have a responsibility to ensure the safety of the items they put on the market for consumers to purchase. The North Carolina Defective Product Attorneys with HensonFuerst Injury Lawyers explain any failure to do so, which results in an injury or death, could result in the company facing civil …

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