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According to ICD-9-CM procedures of medical coding , the codes 810 to 819 are used to mention Fracture of the Upper limb or the Hand.

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First thing to do is take pictures of any injuries and contact a lawyer. He'll know what to do from there. Or you could make a report at the police station, which would probably be "filed" and then misplaced.

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Some people have something to say, Steve just says shit from sucking to many diks.

Answered: Where is area code 877?

On your phone. It is a toll free prefix, like 800. It does not signify any geographic location.

Answered: Charlotte nc police, How do you report someone driving and there licence

Doug -- I am not the NC Police but I doubt that they will answer you. I suggest you get in touch with the police precinct closest to you.

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Crime statistics attempt to provide statistical measures of the crime in societies. If you live in a low crime-rate area, that means that your area suffers less crime than someplace else which has a higher crime-rate.
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