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    type is optional can feel a little overwhelming. Here is a quick breakdown of the difference between required and optional coverage that will help you determine what type of car insurance you really need. Required Coverage Each state has their own laws reguarding required coverage. In generally, most states require you to carry a minimum amount of car insurance. The minimum in your state is what your insurance agent is talking about when they refer to your “required coverage.” Generally,…

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    Fact-finding is "a third-party dispute resolution method in which a neutral third party investigates a bargaining impasse and issues nonbinding recommendations for a settlement" (Budd, 2017). Fact-finding is important to labor relations because it allows unbiased settlement terms, management and the union to not appear weak because they are following the suggestions made by the third-party, and lastly publicity might drive the parties to settle the dispute in order to save face with the public…

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    Why Should You Hire A Professional Roofer? There a companies who offer roofing at a discounted price, but they may not be trained in the proper installation of a roof system or know what materials are appropriate. As a result, your new roof will leak over time. Common roofing mistakes made by non-professional roofers include: 1. Installing shingles on a low slope roof Roofing shingles are not meant to be a waterproofing element of a roof. Rather, their purpose is to divert water down the…

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    A possible control could be reviews completed by Sarah Field Audit (Compliance) team if they do anything with them. Please excluded “inappropriate waving of fees” as this would be covered in Risk#1 since it would be fraud committed by the partner. If you want to know the number of speed title could you pull the data from STARS? Do you need me to get a FORTIS report? Is there metric using information from Document Management? For example if a partner is having a 25% error rate would the partner…

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    ANALYSIS AND DECISION: In this case, the Appellant appealed the Department’s decision to reduce the household’s SNAP benefits after a change in household size. The Appellant and the Department’s Representative agreed to the gross monthly income received in the household from Social Security, however; the Appellant did not agree with the cash assistance belonging to his granddaughter and great-grandson, being used in the eligibility determination. At the administrative hearing, the Department’s…

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    When it comes to enjoying time out on the boat, there are two things you should do. One, make sure you pack enough snacks and supplies to entertain yourself while over the water. The second, is to look good while out on the boat. Looking good while boating isn’t just about fashion though, it’s about functionality. Dressing up isn’t going to do much if your high heels cause you to trip and go overboard, so what should you wear instead? First off, it is important to make sure you are prepared…

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    Summary of Issue. On October 20, David Newman contacted Human Resources to report an incident at the 25 Industrial Avenue site where human feces appeared to have been smeared on a toilet seat in one of the men’s bathrooms. Jeremy Varney, who is located at the site, reported the incident to David. Discussion with Jeremy Varney and Vincent Brown. Jeremy Varney Jeremy stated that he became aware of the incident through his direct report Vincent Brown. He reported the incident to David Newman…

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    I am writing to you under the provisions of Massachusetts General Law, Chapter 93A, § 9, known as the Consumer Protection Act. As you know, I have attempted to recover my security deposit, paid to you when I began my tenancy at 2 Winchester Place, Apt 5 in Winchester Massachusetts, in June, 2008, through mediation services provided by the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division, AGO File# 488305. Cornelio Lozada, a Mediator with the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office…

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    Common Law Case Summary

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    defense that was raised in this case was the Assumption of Risk. A plaintiff who willingly enters a dangerous situation and is injured will be barred from recovery (McAdams, 2015, p. 306). In Nalwa v. Cedar Fair, 55 Cal. 4th 1148, it states that common law doctrine the Assumption of Risk, a defense to liability for injuries resulting from "a specific, known and appreciated risk" to which the plaintiff had voluntarily consented. The implied-consent theory focuses on what the plaintiff knew about…

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    A recent example of congressional oversight would be in the case of the Hillary Clinton email scandal. Basically it was found that while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State, she utilized her personal email account to send emails containing information that was later deemed confidential in nature. The infraction was investigated by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, testimonies were taken during a House of Representative Oversight Committee hearing, and although it was found that Hillary…

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