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  • Security Responsibilities for Small Business Owners
    Security Responsibilities for Small Business Owners

    A new business represents new opportunities. Business owners create a chance to set their own paths while providing products and services they find appealing. It’s an attractive idea. However, many ...

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  • Why Ignoring Security Cameras Creates Liability
    Why Ignoring Security Cameras Creates Liability

    Businesses must provide adequate security to their patrons and employees. If a business is in an area with prevalent violent crimes, they must take additional steps to provide adequate security. ...

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  • Identifying Brain Injuries: What Do You Know About ABI?
    Identifying Brain Injuries: What Do You Know About ABI?

    Seeing a loved one experience a brain injury is often heartbreaking and terrifying. When trying to learn whether they might recover, and what you can do to help them, you may hear doctors and nurses ...

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  • What Happens If a Catastrophic Injury Complainant Dies?
    What Happens If a Catastrophic Injury Complainant Dies?

    Can a Lawsuit Continue, or Do the Survivors Have No Recourse? After a bad accident, a case of nursing home abuse , or intentional violence, a victim may be left with a permanent disability or medical ...

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  • Can Patients Recover After a Traumatic Brain Injury?
    Can Patients Recover After a Traumatic Brain Injury?

    Everyone knows that brain injuries can have tragic aftermath: Those affected may fall into a coma. What happens when they wake up? Neuroscience is a complex and specialized area of medicine—because ...

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  • The Importance of Adequate Lighting
    The Importance of Adequate Lighting

    It’s unusual to see violent crimes committed during the day. We even have the term “in broad daylight” to emphasize how strange it is. With that in mind, it’s no surprise that fewer violent crimes ...

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