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November 2011 Archives

Judge makes final ruling in North Carolina wrongful death case

Coping with the death of a loved one is never easy. But when a loved one is killed as a result of another's negligence, the death can be especially difficult to accept. Not only do North Carolina families become emotionally devastated when a loved one is killed in an accident caused by another's negligence, they may also be forced to suffer the financial consequences of such a tragic event.

Woman executes driver's test by crashing into Fayetteville DMV

Motor vehicle accidents can be tragic events that forever change the lives of victims and their family members. These types of serious accidents certainly illustrate the importance of good driving habits on behalf of all motorists in order to ensure the safety of others on our North Carolina roads.

Ford found responsible for wrongful death in fatal car accident

When a fatal motor vehicle accident is caused someone else's negligence or wrongdoing, surviving family members and loved ones are left stunned and desperate for answers, which is often the motivation for bringing a wrongful death case.

$10.3 million medical malpractice verdict upheld

Whenever a patient is seriously injured as a result of medical malpractice, no amount of money can take the place of his or her health and well-being. However, s medical malpractice cases can have other benefits, such as bringing justice to the patients and family members who have been affected by negligent medical treatment.

Tips for a safer stay at the hospital

A HealthGrades study in 2004 which encompassed Medicare patients in all 50 states found that nearly 200,000 Americans died each year in 2000, 2001 and 2002 because of in-hospital medical errors. That is a staggering statistic which makes hospital errors one of the top ten causes of death in our country!

Surgical errors abound, says North Carolina doctor

A neurologist from North Carolina's Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center led a study about the prevalence of wrong-site spinal surgeries and found that at least half of neurosurgeons specializing in spinal surgery admitted performing at least one wrong-site surgery during their careers. He and his colleagues now hope to raise awareness about the prevalence of these potentially life-altering medical mistakes.

Truck hits North Carolina school bus, students hospitalized

Instead of getting home safely after school, at least a dozen North Carolina students were hospitalized after a truck crashed into their school bus earlier this week. Fortunately, none of the injuries were life-threatening, but the accident may certainly serve as a reminder to other drivers about the importance of practicing safe driving habits in order to protect others on our roads.

CVS sued after giving wrong prescription to North Carolina woman

A victim of medical malpractice certainly suffers the burden and pain of additional health problems, but the individual could also be forced to suffer the consequences of a medical professional's mistake for the rest of his or her life. Although this type of situation is tragic, victims may be able to take legal action in order to ensure that a medical professional is held accountable for his or her negligence.

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