Monthly Archives: October 2015

Even police officials may be fired for driving under the influence

Don’t drink and drive is an admonition to be taken to heart by not just the general public, but also by police officers, on and off duty. Recently, a Travis County, Texas, detective was terminated from his position when he

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VA revises access guidelines for service dogs at facilities

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is enforcing new rules to ensure that veterans and visitors to VA hospitals, clinics and other facilities can bring their service dogs to appointments. The new policy took effect on Sept. 16. Visitors to

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VA revises access guidelines for service dogs at facilities

The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is enforcing new rules to ensure that veterans and visitors to VA hospitals, clinics and other facilities can bring their service dogs to appointments. The new policy took effect on Sept. 16. Visitors to

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Spending down Medicaid assets safely

“Spending down” your assets is the term used to describe the reduction of your assets in order to qualify for Medicaid. There are some assets that are not required to be sold or spent in order to be eligible for

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Online Insurance Marketing Is Not a Slam Dunk

Never let it be said that online insurance marketing is a slam dunk, because it is not. Like other things in life and in business, you have to work hard to get what you want. Selling insurance is a calling

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Secrets to a Successful Divorce Mediation

Going through a divorce can be an experience full of torment, trials, and tribulations. How do you get through a period in your life when you are ending a relationship that you started to last the distance? The emotional, mental

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Rebuilding Your Credit After Divorce

Once you have gone through a divorce, most people face financial issues that are hard for them to handle. These financial issues can be a variety of types, and they can range from being unable to manage your needs with

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Tampa wonders if red light cameras really prevent accidents

Tampa is not sure if its red light cameras are accomplishing their stated purpose of preventing accidents. The City of Tampa has 55 red light cameras at 24 intersections, the largest such program in the region. When drivers run red

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Illinois Appellate Court addresses when a traveling employee begins to travel

The Illinois Appellate Court Workers’ Compensation Commission Division addressed the question of when a traveling employee’s travel actually begins. The case, Pryor v. Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission, concerned a worker who was injured while moving a suitcase into his personal

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Construction Companies Face Big Fines for Asbestos Exposure

In this month’s Chicago Injury Alert, we talk about new fines facing companies that exposure their employees to asbestos.

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