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By Lisa Salter, 01/09/2019
Our recent blog discussed the hazard of frozen water pipes and included tips on how to mitigate potential damage. There are a number of other circumstances where water damage can occur in your center – flood waters, backup of sewers and drains, overflow of pipes, sprinkler leakage to name a few. Property...
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By Peggy Morrison, 12/18/2018
Private duty personnel provide personal care or companionship to residents in senior living communities. They are paid for by the resident but because they are working in the senior living community, they create a unique risk exposure. Senior living providers must decide if they will allow private duty aids in...
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By Lisa Salter, 12/03/2018
With colder temperatures arriving in many states, now is a good time to take measures to protect pipes from freezing. Frozen water pipes often burst when they thaw resulting in water damage to your center. Taking proactive measures will greatly reduce disruption to normal daily activities and any associated...
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By Kim Robson, 11/14/2018
A recent report released forecasts the loss rate for long-term care facilities will continue to increase by 6% with claim frequency driving the increase at an expected 3% growth rate. This will be the sixth year in a row that the annual cost to defend, settle or litigate claims will rise – projected 2019...
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By Cathy Knopf, 11/05/2018
The senior living industry is responsible for keeping their residents safe every single day. Failing to do so can have monumental regulatory and litigation impact. Elopement occurs when a resident leaves the premises or a safe area without authorization and/or necessary supervision to do so. A resident who...
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