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June 2012 Archives

North Carolina Company Settles Shareholder Suit

Toward the end of 2011, a class-action lawsuit was filed against Pharmaceutical Product Development, Inc., or PPD, a company based in Wilmington. According to its website, PPD is a "global contract research organization providing drug discovery, development and lifecycle management services," to its clients, which include "pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical device, academic and government organizations."

North Carolina mother pursues justice after teen's death at party

Alcohol may certainly contribute to making a poor decision. Although folks are ultimately responsible for the decisions they make while under the influence of alcohol, there are some circumstances in which adults might be held liable for the dangerous actions of intoxicated teens if it is discovered that an adult knowingly provided alcohol to a minor.

What can you do after an uninsured motorist hits you on the road?

Any Fayetteville motorist who has been injured in a car accident or had a vehicle damaged in a minor fender bender may know how frustrating it can be to work with insurance companies after a crash.

NTSB says fatigue was the killer in Interstate 95 bus crash

Drunk drivers, distracted drivers and reckless drivers have been responsible for causing many accidents on our North Carolina roads that have resulted in catastrophic injuries, even death. However, driver fatigue can also be dangerous and lead to a fatal car accident.

Justice for medical negligence is a long road in North Carolina

Failing to diagnose a patient's serious or life-threatening health condition because a doctor did not take into account all of the patient's symptoms, or failing to ensure that hospital workers understand their roles and responsibilities when taking care of patients are examples of medical malpractice that occur every year in the U.S.

Three North Carolina bus companies shut down over safety concerns

Paying $30 to take a bus ride from Fayetteville to New York seemed like a good deal for many residents who were looking for a cheap way to travel. But when a Sky Express bus crashed last year killing four people and injuring as many as 50 other people, the company was shut down and federal regulators began investigating the safety of Sky Express and similar bus line companies.

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