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By Kevin Rettberg, 08/29/2019
​If you are familiar with commercial trucking, any issue seems to come back to the CDL driver. The never-ending dilemma of controlling behavior, for better or worse, is always upon us. When a new rule is implemented, it is usually with a lot of comments and consideration. This fall we have another...
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By Charlene Noring, 08/28/2019
Automobile insurance policies cover the vehicles you own but there may be times when you need to drive a different vehicle temporarily. A “substitute vehicle” is any vehicle that you do not own but you drive when you are unable to operate your insured vehicle. Some examples of a substitute vehicle...
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By Peggy Morrison, Kristy Dickens, 08/21/2019
As America continues to age, the number of people residing in nursing homes and assisted living communities is expected to increase. Abuse and neglect continues to be an issue for our frail and vulnerable elderly population in senior living communities. According to the National Ombudsman Reporting System (NORS)...
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By Lauren Kopack, 08/19/2019
Imagine that your company’s Gulfstream G150 has to undergo emergency maintenance the day before you have to get yourself and few other employees to that annual corporate meeting in Atlanta. Or, what if one of your employees who recently obtained their pilot's license decides to lease an aircraft to use...
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By Cathy Knopf, 08/14/2019
Many Senior Living Operators elect to use arbitration agreements. The previous ban of using pre-dispute binding arbitration agreements has recently been lifted for long-term care facilities. All Senior Living Operators should be informed on: The benefits of mediation and arbitration The content and location...
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