May 2012

Fosamax: FDA Wants Doctors to Periodically Reevaluate Patients’ Continued Use of Bisphosphonates

May 31, 2012, by Michael A. DeMayo

Once again, the US Food and Drug Administration is expressing concerns about the possible serious side effects caused by women taking bisphosphonates—especially after more than three to five years. Charlotte, North Carolina Fosamax lawyer Michael A. DeMayo is familiar with the risks involved with these bone building drugs and he understands the need to hold Merck and Co. and other bisphosphonate makers liable.

In a recent FDA report, which can be found in the New England Journal of Medicine, the federal agency talked about its review of data involving women who had using taking Fosamax, Reclast, Actonel, Boniva, Skelid, Didronel, and other bisphosphonates for six to ten years. In the wake of its examination, the agency reached the same finding as the one it arrived at last year, which is that many women don’t seem to get that many (if any) benefits from taking bone strengthening drugs after five years. The study’s authors are even saying that some patients, including those that are at low risk of fractures and generally younger, should stop taking these meds beyond this period of time. Rather, it is the women with very low bone density that would likely benefit from extended bisphosphonate use.

In the Carolinas, Charlotte dangerous drug lawyer DeMayo and his law firm can work with you to find out whether the serious side effects that you are experiencing are because you took Fosamax or another bisphosphonate. Fosamax, in particular, has been named in numerous products liability lawsuits by women plaintiffs. The drug has been linked to osteonecrosis of the jaw, atrial fibrillation, thighbone fractures, severe musculoskeletal pain, and esophageal cancer.

Bisphosphonates are generally used by women who are in post-menopause to treat osteoporosis. Granted, while many drugs out there have been known to cause serious risks, for any bone strengthening medication to do just the opposite and perhaps increase the risk of cancer and other potentially life-threatening illnesses is unacceptable. North Carolina personal injury attorney DeMayo is here to help his clients explore their legal options regarding filing a Fosamax lawsuit.

As the victim of a dangerous drug, you may be entitled to compensation from the negligent party or parties. The phrase “dangerous drug” can be used to describe any medication that causes serious side effects—especially ones that you weren’t warned about or appear to be causing too many people to develop similar health complications. However, even if you haven’t heard of anyone having your severe symptoms, and you think it might be related to taking a medication, you should not hesitate to contact The Law Offices of Michael A. DeMayo today. NC products liability lawyer DeMayo and his legal team have spent two decades helping victims and their families.

Filing a North Carolina Fosamax lawsuit may be able to help you recover compensation for your medical costs, mental pain, physical pain and suffering, permanent disability, future medical expenses, lost wages, medication expenses, and rehabilitation. If a loved one passes away as a result of a dangerous drug, you may be entitled to NC wrongful death benefits.

Charlotte, NC Fosamax lawyer DeMayo is experienced in going after large pharmaceutical companies and other manufacturers on his clients’ behalf. Mr. DeMayo knows that they and their loved ones are likely going through a difficult time right now, and he and his team are known for their compassion, experience, and ability to recover against negligent parties.

North Carolina products liability lawyer DeMayo and his law firm would like to offer you a free case evaluation.

New cautions about long-term use of bone drugs, New York Times, May 9, 2012

The New England Journal of Medicine

FDA Still Cautions About Bone Drugs, ABC, May 10, 2012


 

Another DePuy Hip Lawsuit Filed by Patient Who Says He Needs Second Surgery

May 25, 2012, by Michael A. DeMayo

In the last couple of years, DePuy Orthopedics has been in the headlines over its hip implant devices. It was during the latter half of 2010 that the Johnson & Johnson company announced that it was recalling its ASR Al Acetabular Hip Replacement and its ASR Hip Resurfacing Systems, which were implanted in about 93,000 patients, because the devices appeared to be at risk of failing. Since then, Charlotte, North Carolina DePuy ASR lawyer Michael A. DeMayo has been providing free case evaluations to individuals seeking to explore their legal options over complications that may have been caused by their DePuy device.

Hip replacement surgery can take a toll on a person’s health and well-being even when it goes well. For a patient to fare even worse because a hip implant failed or was defective to begin with is unacceptable. For example, in one recent case that was filed just this month, the plaintiff, Larry Vanyi, is seeking damages for alleged complications that have resulted in him having to undergo a revision procedure. Vanyi, who was implanted with DePuy’s Pinnacle hip replacement product, is suing not just DePuy Orthopedics, but also, he is pursuing damages from the implant device’s designer, Dr. Thomas Schmalzreid. (Although this Pinnacle implant hasn’t been recalled, it is similar to the DePuy hip implants that were recalled and there have been calls from some medical experts to also take it off the market).

Vanyi is not the only hip implant patient to go after DePuy.  Thousands of plaintiffs have been making their claims to seek recovery for injuries and complications from their metal-on-metal hip replacement device. In North Carolina, please contact the Law Offices of Michael A. DeMayo LLP and find out if Charlotte injury lawyer DeMayo can help you.

Aside from a patient having to undergo replacement/revision surgery (within five years) again so soon after the initial implant procedure, there also have been reports of the device’s metal particles scattering in the body, potentially upping the risk of soft tissue damage or necrosis. Elevated chromium and cobalt levels may even result, as was allegedly experienced by another plaintiff, who has said that she has needed revision surgery because of her Bi-Lateral DePuy ASR hip implant.

In the Carolinas, getting financial recovery from a negligent manufacturer is part of North Carolina products liability attorney DeMayo’s job and one that he takes very seriously. Mr. DeMayo is not afraid to go after big corporations and litigate against them in court if necessary.

Signs you may be potentially suffering from hip implant failure or related complications:

  • Extreme pain when walking or having to bear weight
  • Swelling
  • Loss of mobility or flexibility
  • Severe pain in the implant area, potentially even extending to the back or groin

Charlotte, North Carolina Injury Lawyer Michael A. DeMayo is rated AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell and in the last two years, the American Association of Trial Lawyers has chosen him as one of the 100 leading trial lawyers.  Mr. DeMayo and his law firm have either tried or settled more than 35,000 cases in the past two decades.

Contact our Charlotte, NC hip implant law firm today.

More Blog Posts:

Approximately 1,000 DePuy Lawsuits Already Filed Against Johnson & Johnson, North Carolina Injury Lawyers Blog, July 7, 2011

FDA Study Finds that Metal-on-Metal Hip Implants Don’t Offer More Advantages than More Traditional Devices, North Carolina Injury Lawyers Blog, December 29, 2011

10th Annual “Arrive Alive: Don’t Drink and Drive” Program a Success with High School Students, Parents, and Teachers, North Carolina Injury Lawyers Blog, May 8, 2012

North Carolina Car Accident Attorney DeMayo is also known for his community service activities and commitment to preventing underage drinking and driving.

 

Attorney Michael A. DeMayo Makes Arrive Alive® App Available via iTunes

May 21, 2012, by Michael A. DeMayo

Michael A. DeMayo is pretty excited about the new iTunes app developed for his firm’s signature community service program, Arrive Alive – Don’t Drink and Drive. This passionate Charlotte attorney has been presenting his anti-drunk driving initiative to local area high schools for the past ten years.

The Arrive Alive® program aims to educate and enlighten high school kids about the dangers of teenage drinking and driving.  At the end of these powerful one hour presentations, students in attendance are asked to sign a pledge that they will not drive under the influence. The pledge also has wording that refers to keeping friends and family safe by trying to find them alternate means of transportation if they are intoxicated.

Although Michael A. DeMayo has personally made around 100 presentations at more than fifty different area high schools, due to the demands of his legal practice the amount of teens he can reach is limited.  But now, via the popularity of Facebook and iTunes, he is hoping that teens nationwide will make the same pledge.

DeMayo plans to also post information and videos, so that even teens who have not attended one of his presentations in person can reap the benefits.

Follow this link to download the free Arrive Alive – Don’t Drink and Drive App.

The Law Offices of Michael A. DeMayo are calling for people to get involved by downloading the free app and adding a comment that might inspire teens and young adults to take a closer look at this issue. If you have been at any Arrive Alive presentations, your comments would be most welcome, along with any ratings or reviews of the app itself. And if iTunes isn’t your thing, you can also sign the pledge on our website.

The app was designed to be interactive, so that you can share your personal story or add any comments. Teens are very involved in social media, so the app is a perfect way to allow them to connect on this vital topic. Posts about the Arrive Alive® initiative and the new app have also been added to the Law Offices of Michael A. DeMayo Facebook page, for those who prefer to get involved in that way.

Michael A. DeMayo has been involved in the fight against teenage drunk driving for many years, after seeing so many clients whose lives have been shattered by this plague. Please join us in this vital endeavor – please encourage our kids not to drink and drive!

And although the Arrive Alive® program and the pledge were originally designed for teens, anyone of any age could sign it. After all, the problem of driving under the influence is hardly limited to teens. This is an issue that affects us all.

North Carolina Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect Continue to Cause Serious Injuries to Patients

May 19, 2012, by Michael A. DeMayo

Over the last two decades, Charlotte, North Carolina nursing home abuse lawyer Michael A. DeMayo has seen the devastation that abuse and neglect can cause on a patient’s emotional well-being and physical health. He and his legal team represent victims and their families in obtaining compensation from negligent assisted living facilities and other professional care providers.

Signs that your loved one may be receiving negligent care and/or is victim of abuse or neglect: 

  • Bedsores
  • Poor hygiene
  • Unnecessary restraints (both physical and chemical ones)
  • Malnutrition
  • Unexpected weight loss
  • Unexplained injuries
  • Sudden depression or changes in personality or mood
  • Unexplained bruises or broken bones
  • Frequent fall accidents and injuries
  • Staff seems inattentive or distracted
  • Unsanitary facility
You may want to consider transferring your loved one out of the facility where the alleged abuse or neglect is taking place.

North Carolina injury attorney Michael A. DeMayo is here to help his clients pursue their best legal course of action. North Carolina nursing home neglect and abuse are serious problems that violate a resident’s rights. Many assisted living facility patients are too sick or frail or disabled or scared to report incidents of abuse or neglect. Some may not even know what is happening to them. Sometimes, the perpetrator is a malicious nursing home staff member or one who lacks the training to do a good job. Unfortunately, many patients must also contend with the threat of patient violence, especially from younger, mentally ill patients that are housed with older residents.

Physical assault, verbal abuse, sexual assault, emotional abuse, taunting, and bullying are just some of the forms that abuse can take. If you suspect North Carolina nursing home abuse or neglect, please do not hesitate to contact The Law Offices of Michael A. DeMayo and ask for your free case evaluation.

With offices in Monroe, Hickory, Lumberton, and Charlotte, North Carolina personal injury attorney DeMayo and his team of lawyers and staff have helped over 35,000 clients in both Carolinas. Not only is Attorney DeMayo rated AV Preeminent from Martindale Hubbell, which is the highest professional rating that the national organization bestows, but also he is known for his compassion and dedication to his clients.  Michael DeMayo began his law firm with the basic mission statement to ”Put your client’s interests first and everything else will follow.” Attorney DeMayo stands by that commitment to this day, and as a result, he and his legal team have achieved excellent legal outcomes for his clients.

Nursing negligence happens not just at assisted living facilities, but they can also occur in private homes at the hands of a caregiver.  You may be able to file a North Carolina nursing home neglect or abuse claim against that caregiver or his/her nursing company. With Charlotte, NC nursing negligence lawyer Michael A. DeMayo, you have a legal representative who is also an excellent advocate.

Nursing Homes, NC Division of Aging and Adult Services

How to advocate for parents in nursing homes, AARP

Nursing Home Checklist, Medicare.gov

 

More Blog Posts:

Charlotte, North Carolina Nursing Homes: Bringing Good Cheer to Your Loved Ones During the Holidays, North Carolina Injury Lawyer Blog, November 20, 2011

North Carolina Nursing Home Shooting Rampage: Man Found Guilty of Second-Degree Murder, North Carolina Injury Lawyer Blog, September 20, 2011

119 North Carolina Nursing Homes Receive 1-Star, Says Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, North Carolina Injury Lawyer Blog, December 22, 2008

 

7-Year-Old Claims Charlotte, North Carolina Dog Bite Attack Was Instigated by American Bully Terrier Owner’s Son

May 15, 2012, by Michael A. DeMayo

There are conflicting reports as to what caused an 80-pound American Bully terrier to attack a 7-year-old boy. While the victim, Malik Albright, claims the Charlotte, North Carolina dog attack occurred because another 7-year-old, Elijah Howzer, told his dog, named “DK,” to attack, Howzer’s family is disputing the allegations.

They contend that Albright jumped over the fence into their yard and that is when DK started pursuing him. Albright sustained injuries to the ear, face, and leg from the incident.

In North Carolina, Charlotte, dog bite lawyer Michael A. DeMayo represents children and adults injured in animal attacks. Because the state’s personal injury laws involve contributory negligence, if a victim contributed to his/her injuries, he/she cannot recover any compensation. This is just one of the many reasons why it is important to consult with someone like North Carolina injury attorney DeMayo right away.

Dog bite injuries can be extremely severe, and the physical and emotional injuries may take their toll. Some dog bites can be so vicious that the victim may have to undergo numerous surgeries, including cosmetic surgery, and he/she may still be left disfigured.

Charlotte, NC personal injury lawyer Michael A. DeMayo is familiar with the steps involved in filing your dog bite claim and he knows what needs to be done prove that you are owed financial recovery by a negligent dog owner, premise owner, or any other responsible party. Attorney DeMayo has helped North Carolina dog bite victims recover compensation for medical bills, future medical expenses, permanent disability, lost income, permanent disfigurement and scarring, loss of enjoyment of life, and wrongful death.

To give you one recent example of a Charlotte dog bite attack that left a child with injuries so severe that he needed a lot more than a visit to the doctor to heal, 6-year-old Jakob Clark was in the hospital more than 35 days after a pit bull attacked him in December 2010. His legs and arms were so badly damaged that doctors didn’t know whether he would be able to walk again. Jakob was put on a ventilator and had to undergo over a dozen surgeries. He also has needed extensive physical therapy.

Sometimes, a person’s injuries are so severe that future as well as current costs have to be assessed and factored in as part of your financial recovery. By working with someone like Charlotte, North Carolina dog attack attorney Michael A. DeMayo, you have someone who has the legal experience and skills to represent you.

 Dog Bites Happen More Often in the Summer, Says Study

According to some researchers, with summer fast approaching, the risk of young kids being bitten by a dog goes up. Per their study, published in Otolaryngology — Head and Neck Surgery in 2009, they think this may be because many kids that are out of school tend to spend more time outdoors where they are more likely to encounter dogs.  Also, some dogs tend to become more irritable when the weather is hotter.

Your first consultation with Charlotte, North Carolina dog bite lawyer DeMayo is free. Should you decide to retain the Law Offices of Michael A. DeMayo, you will only pay for legal services out of any financial recovery.

Call 1- 877-529-1222. Charlotte, North Carolina injury attorney DeMayo and his law firm have helped over 35,000 across the Carolinas since 1992.

Dog owner disagrees with 7-year-old’s story of attack, WCNC, May 14, 2012

St. Matthew reaches out to boy mauled by dog, South Charlotte Weekly, January 13, 2011

Dog bite risk for kids greatest in summers, ABC News, March 9, 2012

 

10th Annual “Arrive Alive: Don’t Drink and Drive” Program A Success with High School Students, Parents, and Teachers

May 8, 2012, by Michael A. DeMayo

Teens, teachers, and parents are raving about the “Arrive: Alive Don’t Drink and Drive” program that took place at a number of area high schools last week. Led by Charlotte, North Carolina Personal Injury Attorney Michael A. DeMayo, students received an education on the dangers of underage drinking and driving.

During the free, hour-long presentation, Mr. DeMayo showed students and faculty photographs from actual drunk driving crash scenes and told them about the catastrophic injuries and deaths that can happen when someone who is intoxicated decides to get in the driver’s seat. Accompanying him to the different schools was Karl Kakadelis, who was just 19 when he caused a drunk driving collision that claimed the life of his best friend. Students were moved as Kakadelis, now 27, talked about how that tragic night irrevocably changed more than one life.

There are no “do-overs” when a drunk driving accident happens and the consequences for everyone involved, including loved ones and friends, are very real. “Our goal is to prevent even one tragic accident from occurring,” said Charlotte, North Carolina Car Crash Lawyer DeMayo.

Our Charlotte, North Carolina Injury law firm is pleased to report that the message we set out to convey, that drunk driving is dangerous and can cause real life, tragic consequences, was acknowledged and received by program attendees and their parents:

“I want to thank (Mr. DeMayo) for trying to change people and turn their hearts before they break them. Like I said, I cannot thank you all enough for coming to my school and talking about this, because it moved me, and that is a life saved. God Bless.” — Jackie Davis

“Your presentation was very powerful. I feel like it really made our students think about making good decisions.  Thank you for what you do for our youth and keep up the good work.” — Dallas Hicks, School Resource Officer, West Iredell High School

“I wanted to tell Mr. DeMayo how much I appreciate his time in coming to North Iredell High School in Olin, NC to speak to the Junior and Seniors about the consequences of drinking on Prom Night. His speech had a huge impact on the students. My daughter is still talking about it. I just wanted to say Thank You!” –Kelly Parks

 

Schools that the Law Offices of Michael A. DeMayo’s “Arrive Alive” program visited this year included West Iredell High School, North Iredell High School, Porter Ridge High School, Forest Hills High School, Independence High School, Butler High School, Lake Norman High School, and East Gaston High School.

In addition to the “Arrive Alive” program, our Charlotte, NC injury law firm has been active in other ways to make sure that teens know about the perils of underage drinking and driving. For the 9th straight year, The Michael A. DeMayo Scholarship Program awarded $2,500 college scholarships to high school students. The winners were chosen based on their winning presentations warning their peers against drunk driving, as well as their grades and community service. To find out who the 2012 15 scholarship winners are, go to this blog post for details.

Teens, parents, and guardians can take the “Arrive Alive” pledge by downloading an App, now available via iTunes and Android.  Please visit us on Facebook to LIKE our page and download the App.

Watch this PSA from our Charlotte, North Carolina Personal Injury Law Firm: “There are No Extra Lives when You Drink & Drive.”

Learn More About Charlotte, North Carolina Personal Injury Lawyer Michael A. DeMayo

 

The Michael A. DeMayo Scholarship Program Awards 15 High School Seniors $2,500 Each

May 4, 2012, by Michael A. DeMayo

For the ninth year in a row, the Michael A. DeMayo Scholarship Program is proud to award $2,500 college scholarships to high seniors in North Carolina and South Carolina. Named after Charlotte, NC Personal Injury Attorney Michael A. DeMayo, the scholarship program seeks to help teenagers further their education while spreading the word that drunk driving is dangerous.

Candidates were evaluated based on their grades, community involvement, letters of recommendation, and original presentations or essays addressing other teens about the dangers of underage drinking and driving. Once again, the Law Offices of Michael A. DeMayo, LLP received a record number of applications and we were pleased by the efforts made by all of our student applicants and the quality of their work.

“Because young adults respond best to advice from their own peers, our scholarship program attempts to capture the ideas and suggestions of teenagers,” said Mr. DeMayo. “Even if our scholarships save just one life, the investment will have been worth it.”

The Winners of the 2012 Michael A. DeMayo Scholarship Program:

  • Bria Soto, Marvin Ridge High School County in Union County, NC
  • Taylor Thompson, Mooresville Senior High School in Iredell County, NC
  • Kirsten Consing, Fred T. Foard High School in Catawba County, NC
  • Cassidy Plyler, Metrolina Christian Academy in Union County, NC
  • Megan Gurjar, Lake Norman High School in Iredell County, NC
  • Graham Collins, Covenant Day School in Mecklenburg County, NC
  • Tanner Hallgren, Cato Middle College High School in Mecklenburg County, NC
  • Dakota Palacio, Al Brown High School in Cabarrus County, NC
  • Matthew Sciascia, Hickory Ridge High School in Cabarrus County, NC
  • Emilia San Miguel, Robert Logan Patton High School in Burke County, NC
  • Brianna Gallegher, East Lincoln High School in Lincoln County, NC
  • Austin Rhyne, North Iredell High School in Iredell County, NC
  • Amare Seltun, South Point High School in Gaston County, NC
  • Meredith Avant, Independence High School in Mecklenburg County, NC
  • Meredith Morrow, Ardrey Kell High School in Mecklenburg County, NC

A selection committee chose the winners. The 15 winning presentations will be made available through web links in a booklet that will be sent to lawmakers and community leaders who can hopefully use the students’ ideas and suggestions to shape awareness and public policy.

Since 2003, Charlotte, North Carolina Personal Injury Attorney Michael A. DeMayo and his law firm have awarded over $200,000 in scholarship money to graduating seniors. Our annual scholarship program is part of our community outreach efforts to spread awareness among local youth about the dangers of drunk driving.

Mr. DeMayo also goes out every year to local schools with the “Arrive Alive! Don’t Drink and Drive Campaign.” The free, hour-long presentation is a wake-up call to students about the real life consequences that can happen when you drive while under the influence. Charlotte, NC Injury Attorney DeMayo brought “Arrive Alive” to eight area schools this week.

The Michael A. DeMayo Scholarship Program

Arrive Alive: Don’t Drink and Drive

LIKE the Law Offices of Michael A. DeMayo on Facebook

Download Our Free ” Arrive Alive” Mobile Phone App

 

More Blog Posts:

North Carolina High School Students Take the “Arrive Alive” Pledge to Join the Fight Against Underage Drinking and Driving, North Carolina Injury Lawyer Blog, May 1, 2012

Charlotte, North Carolina Personal Injury Law Firm Fights Underage Drinking and Driving with 10th Annual Arrive Alive! Don’t Drink and Drive” Community Outreach Program at Area High Schools, North Carolina Injury Lawyer Blog, April 27, 2012

Deadline for North Carolina and South Carolina High School Students to Enter Michael A. DeMayo Scholarship Program is February 27, 2012, North Carolina Injury Lawyer Blog, January 4, 2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

North Carolina High School Students Take the “Arrive Alive” Pledge to Join the Fight Against Underage Drinking and Drunk Driving

May 1, 2012, by Michael A. DeMayo

The Law Offices of Michael A. DeMayo, LLP kicked off the first day of its 10th annual “Arrive Alive! Don’t Drink and Drive” program with two presentations at local high schools. At West Iredell High School and North Iredell High School students made the commitment to not drink and drive.

During the presentations, Charlotte, North Carolina Personal Injury Attorney DeMayo spoke to the teenagers about the dangers of drunk driving. He talked about real incidents involving teenagers that died, sustained serious injuries, or hurt someone else because either they or someone else had been driving under the influence. “If we can just save one of you sitting here today from making the wrong decision, then our efforts will be worth it,” said Mr. DeMayo.

Joining him was Karl Kakadelis, who as a teenager was involved in the drunken driving crash that claimed the life of his best friend. Kakadelis has since become an advocate in the fight against underage drinking and driving. Yesterday, he spoke about that night and how it has impacted his life.

Following the presentation, a faculty member at West Iredell High School called the event “very powerful” and said “I feel like it really made our students think about making good decisions.  Thank you for what you do for our youth.”

Our Charlotte, North Carolina personal injury law firm is very pleased that our message was heard loud and clear by both teenagers and adults. We are inviting the students to take the “Arrive Alive” pledge, which is a promise to never drive under the influence of alcohol and, when necessary, ride with a designated driver or find other means of transportation. We also invited their parents and guardians to take the pledge to talk to them about the dangers of drunk driving and how to make safe decisions.

All of the students who take the pledge will have their names entered in a drawing. A girl and a boy from each participating school will be eligible to win a $100 Visa gift card.

Students can take the “Arrive Alive” pledge by visiting the Law Offices of Michael A. DeMayo online or going to our Facebook page where you can LIKE us and download our free “Arrive Alive” mobile app.

Our “Arrive Alive” program continues on Wednesday, May 2 at Independence High School at 9am in Charlotte and Butler High School at 1pm in Matthews.

“Arrive Alive” is one of our signature community service programs. Along with the annual Michael A. DeMayo Scholarship Program, which awards college scholarships to 15 high school seniors in North Carolina and South Carolina, our Charlotte, personal injury law firm is dedicated to educating teens about the dangers of drunk driving.

 

Related Resources:

Mothers Against Drunk Driving

Teen Drivers Fact Sheet, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Impaired Driving, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration

 

More Blog Posts:

Drunk Driving a Factor in North Carolina Car Accident that Killed 17-Year-Old Raleigh Student, North Carolina Injury Lawyer Blog, January 31, 2012

North Carolina Car Accident Disaster: Teens Texting Leads to High School Tragedy, North Carolina Car Accident Lawyer Blog, April 6, 2011

North Carolina DUI Nets Man 15 Years in Jail, North Carolina Car Accident Lawyer Blog, February 17, 2012

 
 

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