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Causes of North Carolina Motorcycle Collisions

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Motorcycle collisions, though not necessarily more frequent than other types of accidents, are more likely to result in serious injury or death. If you own a motorcycle it pays to learn about the most frequent causes of ...

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Knee Injuries from Automobile Collisions

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There are several components that make up the knee. The femur, tibia, fibula, and the patella are the bones that come together at the knee. In addition, there are muscles, tendons, and ligaments the provide balance and allow ...

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North Carolina Slip-and-Falls/Trip-and-Falls

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The average American shopper heads to the grocery store at least 6 times every month, adding up to more than 332 trips to the supermarket every year. Food shoppers are injured every day in North Carolina because of store ...

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Dram Shop Liability Claims

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North Carolina Dram Shop liability law prohibits bars, restaurants, ABC stores and other establishments from providing alcohol to customers who are intoxicated or to people who are under 21 years old. Juries can hold these ...

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Vertebral Compression Fractures (VCFs)

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Vertebral compression fractures (VCFs) occur when the bony block or vertebral body in the spine collapses, which can lead to severe pain, deformity and loss of height. These fractures more commonly occur in the ...

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Internal Injuries from Automobile Collisions

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Internal injuries can be a serious result of North Carolina automobile collisions, which can be especially deadly because there are not always outward symptoms to warn injured victims that they are in medical jeopardy. ...

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North Carolina Head-On Collisions

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Head-on collisions are some of the most severe motor vehicle accidents that occur on North Carolina roads. This is especially true when both vehicles are traveling at highway speeds when they collide with each other. They are ...

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Dental Injuries from Automobile Collisions

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Each year motor vehicle collisions cause millions of injuries for accident victims throughout the United States. The severity of the collision typically indicates the amount of injuries and damages suffered for those parties ...

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Clavicle Fractures from Automobile Collisions

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Clavicle fractures are among some of the most common bone fractures seen in the medical community. The clavicle bone, also known as the collarbone, is one of the most exposed bones in the body and serves to strengthen the ...

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Sexual Abuse by School Teachers

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According to a report by the American Association of University Women, around one in 10 students in grades eight through eleven said they had been the victim of one or more such abuses from a teacher or other school ...

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