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Five Signs It's a Scam! MoneyGram Spotlights Fraud Education

Awareness Campaign Part of National Consumer Protection Week DALLAS--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- It's the phone call from a stranger who claims your relative is in trouble and needs cash or an email that says you've won a prize...

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What Is Professional Liability Insurance?

If you are looking for a professional liability insurance definition, you will find that it is slightly different depending upon your profession. For example, a private practice physician's professional liability...

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Atlanta Braves Firefighter Appreciation Day August 17, 2014

Join the Atlanta Braves August 17th for Firefighter Appreciation Day! All tickets purchased include a $5 donation to the Georgia Fallen Firefighter Foundation, T-shirt, and a pre-game parade around the field! Those...

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Understanding Umbrella Insurance Claims

Accidents can happen, even to careful people. When you are at fault for an accident, injury or property damage, your liability coverage can protect you. But what if your liability coverage is not enough to cover the...

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Celebrate National Night Out With Your Neighbors

In 1984, National Night Out - "America's Night Out Against Crime" - began as a way to promote crime prevention through neighborhood camaraderie. Since then, according to the National Association of Town Watch (NATW),...

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8 Home Security Tips You Never Thought Of

Your home is your sanctuary. It is a place where fond memories are made and relaxing evenings are spent after a busy day. Your home is a safe haven where you and your family most feel at ease. If your home is under-...

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Someone Fell off My Horse. Can They Sue Me?

Whether you own one horse or ten, chances are you've been asked by a friend or visitor to let them ride. While this seems like a friendly gesture, you may be opening yourself up to a potential lawsuit. Horses are...

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Community HealthCare Outreach Aug 28, 2014 @ Max Stoker Recreation Center

Community Healthcare Outreach (CHO) is making a big splash into summer with a new combined program by partnering with the Walker County School Nutrition Program. Come out and learn summer safety tips, sun safety, and a...

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The Pentagon Has a Zombie Apocalypse Plan. Here’s One for You.

Did you ever stop and think what might happen if the Zombie Apocalypse actually occurred? How would you protect your family? What would be left, if anything, when it was all over? The Pentagon has a plan in place,...

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Car Depreciation: How Much Have You Lost?

When people buy homes, they purchase them with the expectation that the value will rise over time, building equity. This is not the case with cars. These expensive purchases lose value over time, and the rate of loss...

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