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Tips for a Safe Fourth of July — From Food to Fireworks

Memorial Day might be the unofficial start of summer, but Independence Day is when the season truly kicks into high gear. July 4 is a holiday that has something for everyone, whether you like to host (or attend)...

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FMCSA Considers Comments on Minimum Responsibility Limits

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), a division of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), is reviewing comments on the proposal for regulations that would increase the financial responsibility...

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New Requirements for Colorado Property Managers

New requirements for Colorado Property Managers become effective July 1, 2015. Every active licensed Community Association Manager (CAM) company and licensed CAM sole proprietorship in the state of Colorado, must have...

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Commuting by Bike: How to Get to the Office on Two Wheels

There are plenty of great reasons to bike to work: Commuters who ride save money on gas and car insurance, stay fit and help the environment (they don't get stuck in traffic, either). And they even have fun - as long as...

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How to prepare for a severe weather storm

Springtime is here … and so is severe weather season We're all glad that the weather is finally warming back up. But this is also a dangerous time of year — those warming temperatures can bring severe weather and...

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How to Create Your First Garden This Spring

From genetically modified crops to the environmental and health effects of pesticides, more and more Colorado residents are questioning whether they should grow what they eat. Wherever you stand on the issues...

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ARCHITECTS AND ENGINEERS (E&O) COVERAGE

According to recent figures from the U.S. Census Bureau's Value of Construction Put in Place Survey, more than $980,000,000,000 was invested in construction work across the country in 2014. That is an increase of 2.1%,...

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Helping Seniors Have a Wonderful Winter

Slippery sidewalks. Freezing temperatures. Power outages. Winter isn't always a wonderland. If you regularly lend a hand to a senior friend or family member, it may be a good time of the year to provide some extra...

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How to Protect Your Business From Workers’ Compensation Fraud

Workers' compensation claim-related fraud can be costly, but by knowing the warning signs, businesses can help prevent it. Following are several "red flags" that are common signals of potential workers' compensation...

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Credit Card theft has become even more complicated

New way of STEALING... ESPECIALLY LOOK AT SCENE THREE... Be sure to read Scene 3. Quite interesting. This is a new one. People sure stay busy > Trying to cheat us, don't they? SCENE 1. A friend went to the local gym...

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