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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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  • 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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  • Security Responsibilities for Georgia Homeowners
    Security Responsibilities for Georgia Homeowners

    In the state of Georgia, inviting someone onto your property or having them as a patron, customer, patient, or ticketholder, assumes certain security responsibilities. Property owners who invite ...

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  • Who Pays for My Medical Bills After I am Assaulted at my Apartment?
    Who Pays for My Medical Bills After I am Assaulted at my Apartment?

    Our home is the one place we always expect to be safe. Unfortunately, apartment complexes can become a danger when there are lax safety measures put in place. If you have been assaulted in your ...

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  • Local Crime Stats Are Essential When It Comes to Your Negligent Security Case
    Local Crime Stats Are Essential When It Comes to Your Negligent Security Case

    Some of our most recent articles focused on negligent security cases, what is needed to prove them , and what is considered adequate security. The physical features and specific elements that count as ...

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