If you don’t have it all together when you make calls to leads and remember that each step toward selling insurance needs to be followed diligently, you may not be as successful as you would like to be. It is hard work to call people you do not know and try to sell them insurance. They may feel it is too expensive,... 
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A panel of experts has urged the Department of Veterans Affairs to pay more attention to monitoring and treating veterans with Gulf War illnesses rather than searching for links between their health problems and environmental exposure-related causes. In a report released February 11, Institute of Medicine researchers... 
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This wrongful death lawsuit resulted in a jury award of $3.9 million for the family of Karna Mongar, who died during a botched abortion in 2009. Mongar, who died at the age of 41, had placed her trust in Dr. Kermit Gosnell to perform a safe dilation and evacuation abortion at what was then his facility, the Women’s... 
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by Thomas D. Begley, Jr., CELA Types of Trusts. Trusts established and funded after August 10, 1993, are governed by OBRA-93. The Medicaid-qualifying trust rules were repealed by OBRA-93, and new rules for revocable and irrevocable trusts created after August 10, 1993, were established. OBRA-93 also created special... 
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Beginning on April 1, 2016, all interviews for K-1 fiancé applicants in Canada will be conducted at a single location: the U.S. consular post in Montreal.  That U.S. consular post currently processes immigrant visa applicants for all of Canada.  The change, according to the U.S. Department of State, is for more... 
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When two vehicles collide at a low speed, hopefully it’s nothing more than a little annoyance. You make sure everyone is Ok, exchange insurance information and that’s the end of it.  Unfortunately, these seemingly minor fender-benders can result in lasting injuries – and it may not even be immediately... 
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Recently trending are allegations that Boston Scientific may knowingly be using counterfeit material sold by a notorious China-based counterfeiter in their vaginal mesh sling products, that they have not conducted appropriate tests using the new material and that they defrauded regulators. According to the latest news... 
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Divorce mediation is touted widely as the way to go for spouses seeking a more pro-active role in deciding the outcome of their divorce settlement. With a host of divorce mediation specialist with a range of areas of expertise from psychology and counseling to just plain mediation, there may still be good reason to... 
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In 2012, government agencies set a goal of reducing deaths from Florida car accidents by 5 percent per year. That effort has now officially crashed. According to preliminary numbers from the state Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, there were 2,939 traffic fatalities in Florida in 2015, a 17.8 percent... 
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There are people who wish to work when they have reached their 60s, 70s and beyond, but are concerned that their income will adversely affect their Social Security benefits. However, there is no cause for concern because according to the Social Security Administration (SSA), you do not run the risk of losing any Social... 
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