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Healthcare-Associated Infections in North Carolina

The purpose of medical care is to help patients feel better, cure illness and heal injury. In the case of healthcare-associated infections, patients feel worse and sometimes die.  According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), approximately one in 20 patients suffers a healthcare-associated infection (HAI). The damage from an HAI can be… Read More »

The Breach Goes On: Target Admits PIN Data Stolen

We talked recently about the holiday troubles of Target Brands, Inc. For several weeks after Thanksgiving and into December, the retailer suffered a data breach that exposed the financial information of approximately 40 million customers in the United States to hackers.  In a press release in late December, Target admitted personal identification numbers (PIN) were… Read More »

Loss of a Peel: When Personal Injury Claims Are Fraudulent

For more than two decades, our firm has pursued justice and compensation for North Carolina clients who suffer injuries in their homes, in public places or on the job. For our clients, compensation from a legal action or insurance claim is needed to aid recovery, cover losses and sometimes provide a lifetime of care. The… Read More »

Should You Use a Granny Cam?

Low staff-to-patient ratios, poor care and complaints are common in nursing facilities in our state. If you have a loved one in long-term care, should you use a granny cam?  Using video surveillance to protect a family member became popular when concerned parents installed cameras to record the interaction between babysitters and their children. Video… Read More »

Deadly Truths: Drunk Driving Takes More Lives in 2012

Despite stiff criminal and civil penalties, education campaigns and high-visibility enforcement efforts, alcohol-associated traffic fatalities continue to rise in North Carolina and the United States.  In North Carolina, 402 people were killed in drunk driving accidents in 2012, the highest fatality rate in the last four years. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) estimates that… Read More »

Injured by a Drunk Driver? You May Be Entitled to Extra Damages

Marie Crooke and her daughter Jennifer Hunt were killed by an alleged drunk driver just days before New Year’s. The two women were riding in Ms. Crooke’s car in Mathews Township when Justin Jones slammed into their vehicle, killing the two women and injuring Ms. Hunt’s daughters who were also passengers in the vehicle. Mr…. Read More »

Hot Dog Eye Injury Lawsuit Against Kansas City Royals – Instant Replay

John Coomer claimed that he was injured when he was hit in the eye by a foil wrapped hot dog, shot out of an air cannon by Royals’ mascot Slugerr, during a 2009 Kansas City Royals game. He sued the Royals for his injuries, which included a detached retina. Coomer lost his first trial and… Read More »

Can You Trust Your Loved One’s Nursing Home?

Elizabeth Kennedy of Greensboro did not have a good 2012. The 86-year-old woman may have been the victim of elder abuse at her nursing home, Maple Grove Health and Rehabilitation Center. Louise Jones, the victim’s daughter, said that she suspected elder abuse when she saw that her mother had taken a blow to the head…. Read More »

Could Your Job Cause Birth Defects?

Andrew Olshan, a researcher at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, has a warning for dads everywhere: your job could lead to birth defects in your future children. Olshan and his team studied the work history of approximately 10,000 fathers from all over the country whose children, born between 1997 and 2004, had… Read More »

What Is a Life Care Plan?

Pamela Pineda, a five-year-old Wilkes County girl, was hit when Rita Blevins Shew drove past a school bus, striking the girl as she got off the bus. The 52-year-old Shew faces up to a year in prison if convicted; she has been charged with passing a school bus and causing serious injury to a child…. Read More »

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