Recreational Immunity eUpdate – August 2017

August 14, 2017. Understanding Recreational Immunity As outdoor recreational activities increase, so does the fear of lawsuits brought on by injured trail users.  Having a land free of charge for recreational purposes puts risks on the landowners, trail builders, and individual volunteers that maintain the trailheads. Recreational Use Statutes were created to encourage private and […]

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Preventing Playground Injuries

August 10, 2017. Many people have great memories of going out to the backyard or to the local park and playing on the swings or other apparatus. However, for some children, it isn’t always fun. According to the Consumer Products Safety Commission, each year approximately 50,000 children go to U.S. hospital emergency rooms because of […]

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Deceit and Fraud Detection eUpdate – June 2017

June 7, 2017. Recently, our Marketing Manager, Laura Osvald, attended an interesting session at PRIMA 2017 on Deceit and Fraud Detection.  This session provided an overview of some physical and verbal signs of deception and a reminder not to underestimate the power of background checks and social media data. The content provided was presented at […]

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