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Symptons of Actos Bladder Cancer

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has made public a link between the anti-diabetic medication Actos, which is used to treat type 2 diabetes, and an increased risk of bladder cancer. In addition to announcing the link between Actos and bladder cancer, the FDA also announced symptoms that cancer can cause. The Symptoms of Actos-Caused Read More Symptons of Actos Bladder Cancer

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What to Ask a Personal Injury Lawyer

After you’ve been in a vehicular accident, slipped and injured yourself on an unsafe premise or been bitten by a dog, one of the most important things to do is to consult with a personal injury attorney. Dog bite lawyers, pedestrian accident lawyers or car accident lawyers can evaluate your case and determine whether or Read More What to Ask a Personal Injury Lawyer

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Driving your Motorbike in the Winter

For avid motorbike enthusiasts, riding is a year-round sport. Winter is a particularly fun season to ride during, as it provides cooler temperatures and different scenery, but riders have to be cautious when going out in winter. The same aspects that make winter a joy to ride are also potential dangers. We at Campbell & Read More Driving your Motorbike in the Winter

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Preventing Drunk Driving

Every year, drunk drivers cause auto accidents that severely injure or kill thousands of innocent people. However, it is a tragedy that can be prevented with different strategies. Here’s a list of what can be done to keep drunk drivers off the road. Stop the drunk person from driving Sobriety checkpoints Ignition interlocks Mass media Read More Preventing Drunk Driving

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Bicycling Safety With Children

Most children’s bicycle accidents aren’t fatal, but they can cause lasting damage. Learning about bicycling safety from parents and other caring adults helps kids stay out of emergency rooms and avoid problems, such as brain injuries, which can result in litigation. In its report Bicycle Education Safety for Children from a Developmental and Learning Perspective, Read More Bicycling Safety With Children

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Why You Should Always Ask Before Petting A Dog

Every year in the U.S., 4.5 million people are bitten by dogs. Approximately 800,000 require medical attention. Some are so severely injured that their lives are changed forever. In 20 15, 34 people died from dog bites. If you are bitten by a dog, you may be able to be compensated for your injuries from the Read More Why You Should Always Ask Before Petting A Dog

Back to School: A Reminder on School Bus Safety

In the United States, 23 million children ride a school bus to and from school every day. Nearly 126,000 of them are in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School district (CMS). CMS has 1,020 school buses that travel a total of 105,000 miles every day with approximately 24,000 daily stops. Although the U.S Department of Transportation confirms that Read More Back to School: A Reminder on School Bus Safety

What Should You Ask Your Personal Injury Lawyer During Your Free Consultation?

Almost all personal injury lawyers offer a free consultation. They say they will review the circumstances of your particular situation and determine if you have a viable case. You should view this consultation as a two-way exchange and use the opportunity to ask some questions of the Charlotte personal injury lawyer who will be handling Read More What Should You Ask Your Personal Injury Lawyer During Your Free Consultation?

Why You Shouldn’t Represent Yourself in a Personal Injury Case

If you were injured in a car crash, bicycle or motorcycle accident, bitten by a dog or suffered any other type of personal injury, you may be tempted to act as your own attorney. There are many reasons why, in most cases, this is not a good idea. Many studies have shown that pro se Read More Why You Shouldn’t Represent Yourself in a Personal Injury Case

Overlooked Faults in Cars That Lead to Accidents

According to the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles, in 2014, there were 226,552 vehicle crashes reported with 1,277 people killed and another 110,525 folks injured, some so seriously their lives will never again be the same. Many car accidents are caused by driver negligence. Statistics show the number of accidents attributable to drinking alcohol, Read More Overlooked Faults in Cars That Lead to Accidents