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4/18/2012· Psychology

When is a Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Claim Legitimate...and When Is It Not?

By: Dr. Mark Levy

In prehistoric times, when our earliest ancestors lived in dread of their mortal enemy, the saber-toothed tiger, those cave men (and women) who were fortunate enough to be genetically endowed with the quickest "fight or flight" reactions survived, and became our ancestors. That's where the story begins..

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1/23/2012· Insurance

Using an Expert Witness: Tips to Maximize Their Value

By: Burl Daniel, CPCU, CIC, CRM

Insurance attorneys are busy people! No two cases are the same! Attorneys face weekly court filings, deposition schedules, and courthouse deadlines. Not to mention phone calls and counseling clients on a daily basis.

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12/8/2011· Postal Services

Certified Mail, Certificate of Mailing, or IMb Barcode: What Does Each Service Provide?

By: Peter Wade

The United States Postal Service offers two services which document that a letter has been placed in the mail at a certain place on a certain date; Certified Mail and a Certificate of Mailing.

11/24/2009·

Can Astrology Influence Your Lottery Luck?

By: Gail Howard

Although my scientific systems for picking winning lotto combinations are based on mathematical probability, I think luck cycles can be used to maximize your lottery luck. By knowing when your lottery luck is running high or low, you can budget your playing dollars accordingly.

8/7/2006· Professional Malpractice

Malpractice Survey: A Survey Of 242 Dental Negligence Cases With Breakdown As To The Sex Of The Defendant Dentist

By: Dr. J. Crystal Baxter

In the past 12 years, I have been requested to review 242 medical legal cases to evaluate them for dental negligence. Of the cases reviewed, the majority of them had unfortunate results to which the patients attributed to malpractice. The purpose of this article is not to assess the merit of these litigations, but to educate the dental practitioner as to the types of treatment which may result in a greater incidence of legal claims, so that they will be better prepared to avoid them

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4/25/2006· Market Research

Twenty Questions to Ask Your Customers

By: Scott McGarvey, Ground Floor Partners

Your customers can help you unlock the true potential of your business. Knowledge is power, and talking to your customers can help you gain essential knowledge about your markets and competition, maintain and defend your positioning within your industry, and spot new opportunities for growth

9/5/2005· Investigation & Surveillance

Internal Revenue Code Section 165: The Light at the End of the Tunnel

By: Bill E. Branscum

Internal Revenue Code §165, as codified in Title 26 USC §165, is a door through which those who have suffered certain uncompensated casualty losses may recover as much as 35% of their losses, and you, as that person's investigator are the key to the door

5/27/2005· Toxicology

Hydrogen Sulfide and Sulfur Dioxide: Basic Toxicology and Primary Litigation Issues

By: Thomas H. Milby, MD

Hydrogen sulfide and sulfur dioxide are two sulfur-based gases that exhibit entirely different toxicological characteristics. Litigation issues involving these two gases are as different as are their disparate toxic effects in humans

5/1/2003· Security

Mission Statements and Policies And Procedures: Case Study

By: Dr. James Houston

A disturbance in May, 1991 (Raab, 1991) at a new high security institution in upstate New York could have been averted if seven officers had not left their posts to have lunch or take unauthorized breaks

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7/4/2002· Aquatics Safety

Immersion Into Cold Water

By: Dr. Alan Steinman

Immersion in cold water is a hazard for anyone who participates in recreational, commercial or military activities in the oceans, lakes, and streams of all but the tropical regions of the world. Recreational aquatic activities include swimming, fishing, sailing, power-boating, ocean kayaking, white-water rafting, canoeing, ocean-surfing, wind-surfing, water-skiing, diving, hunting and the use of personal water craft

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