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4 Tips to Prevent Slip and Fall Injuries

4 Tips to Prevent Slip and Fall Injuries

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From slipping on an icy sidewalk in a housing complex, or tripping over cluttered walkways in a retail store, slip and fall accidents happen on a regular basis. While many people are not seriously injured due to these mishaps, thousands of individuals will need medical attention each year for more serious harm. Even something as simple as a grease spot on a linoleum floor can lead to injuries such as head trauma/concussions, sprained ankles, broken wrists, slipped discs, and many more. When these injuries occur on someone else’s property, and because of someone else’s negligence, the victim may be eligible to file a lawsuit to recover damages. However, prevention is always key! You can take steps to stay safe and protect yourself from devastating injury. Here are a few tips to keep…
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5 Reasons Why You Need to Have Airtight Contracts

5 Reasons Why You Need to Have Airtight Contracts

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A business is nothing without its customers, vendors, and collaborators. Whether you’re trying to make a sale, expand your product development, or reach a larger market, you will have to sign contracts with other individuals and companies. Unfortunately, too many business owners don’t take the time to shore up these vital documents, and leave themselves vulnerable to dispute, litigation, and financial ruin. The cornerstone of any company is in the paperwork, and the fine print in your contracts becomes critical if you’re ever faced with legal trouble. If you aren’t 110% confident that your business contracts can protect your interests, here are a few reasons why it’s time to let a San Diego attorney fix them up for you: Prevent misunderstanding When you lay out the terms and conditions clearly, and…
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DBA – IRAQ WAR – PRIVATE SECURITY SPECIALIST

DBA – IRAQ WAR – PRIVATE SECURITY SPECIALIST

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Check out this: another tragic story coming out of Iraq concerning the 18 civilian Turkish workers and their families. It also cements the importance of having adequate security to protect civilian contractors like these Turkish workers. The scariest thing is that the kidnappers wore military uniforms. Hard to tell who the “bad guys” are over there… Masked gunmen in pickup trucks kidnapped a group of workers from Turkey on the outskirts of Baghdad on Wednesday, triggering the second crisis involving Turkish citizens in Iraq in the past year. Dressed in military uniforms, the assailants stormed a stadium under construction in the Baghdad neighborhood of Sadr City and seized 18 personnel belonging to Turkish conglomerate Nurol Holding, the arena’s builder, the company said. No one claimed responsibility for the kidnapping or…
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