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  • Who is Responsible for Apartment Security?
    Who is Responsible for Apartment Security?

    Landlords have an established duty to protect their tenants. That duty requires they offer tenants the same protection as any other place of business. Still, extenuating circumstances may cause ...

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  • Why Trespassers Can File Negligent Security Claims
    Why Trespassers Can File Negligent Security Claims

    It may sound unbelievable, but it happens. Whether they’re teenagers exploring an old building or a robber entering your home, trespassers can pursue damages if they’re hurt. Explaining why ...

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  • Why Does My Back Ache? Signs of Spinal Cord Injury
    Why Does My Back Ache? Signs of Spinal Cord Injury

    Are you living with chronic back pain and aches? While back pain is extremely common among most age groups, it is not always an annoyance that can be alleviated with painkillers or a bit of ...

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  • How to Help Prevent Catastrophic Injuries in a Motorcycle Accident
    How to Help Prevent Catastrophic Injuries in a Motorcycle Accident

    Motorcycle accidents are often associated with catastrophic injuries — and for logical reasons. According to information gathered by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), ...

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  • OSHA’s Fatal Four: Extremely Dangerous Yet Common Construction Site Injuries
    OSHA’s Fatal Four: Extremely Dangerous Yet Common Construction Site Injuries

    Working on a construction site places you in more danger than most other occupations simply because of the nature of the work being performed. In any given construction zone, there is likely to be ...

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  • Aftercare for a Broken Arm & Injury Claim Preparation
    Aftercare for a Broken Arm & Injury Claim Preparation

    A broken arm can be diagnosed in varying degrees of severity, from a small fracture to a complete break of the humerus, ulna, and radius. No matter how or why an arm breaks, the truth remains that the ...

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