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Category Archives: Public Safety


  If your bankruptcy is in progress or you are considering filing bankruptcy soon, you are probably concerned about how the coronavirus pandemic could affect your case. Here are answers to common questions about the impact of the pandemic on bankruptcy. The coronavirus pandemic is creating challenging and uncertain times across the globe. Like many businesses […]


I. INTRODUCTION The coronavirus pandemic has brought into sharp focus the precariousness of life and the uncertainty of the future. Anyone at any time could find herself the victim of a serious injury or illness. Even if you are spared from COVID-19, eventually you are likely to experience a medical crisis. Be prepared with your […]


 EMPLOYEE LEAVE DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC Under “normal” circumstances, employee leave is governed by the federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) or a similar state law. More recently, though, in response to decidedly abnormal circumstances related to the rapid spread of the coronavi-rus across the United States, Congress passed the Families First Coronavirus Response […]

5 Common Home and Car Mistakes Thieves Love

By some reports there are more than 700,000 vehicles stolen and almost 1 million cases of burglary in residences nationwide annually . And though those are sobering stats, the good news is there are simple and practical steps you can take to help prevent car and home burglaries. 1. Leaving your keys in the car […]

Summer Is Home Burglary Season: Is Your Home Safe?

It’s almost summer and that means barbecues, vacations, and … sadly, prime time for home burglaries. Every 15 seconds, a home is burglarized in the U.S. — mostly in July and August, when windows are more likely to be left open for ventilation and families go on vacation. And the best times of day? Often […]

Six Important Steps to Protect Yourself From Credit Card Fraud

1. Watch your accounts closely. Look for charges you don’t recognize. If you spot something strange, call your credit, debit, or prepaid card company or bank right away according to the advocacy division of Consumer Reports. 2. Consider getting new payment cards. If there was a breach with your debit, prepaid, or credit card, you may want […]

Social Security & Coronavirus

How can I stay updated about what SSA is doing during the COVID-19 pandemic? The latest information from SSA can always be found by following them on Facebook and Twitter. Here are some answers to common questions* Note: This is an expert from a recent post on the Social Security Administration website.  You can read the […]

Tailgating, blocking and lane hogging: Motorists may be closer to the edge than they realize.

Can you imagine following someone so closely behind them that they can hear your breath? Would you outright bully another person in the queue at the coffee shop, or start shouting out loud if you’ve been waiting too long? Here is a fascinating look at driving psychology. These are all things that most of us […]

Social Engineering Scams are Far More Reaching Than Just Email

What is social engineering? In computing, social engineering refers to the methods cybercriminals use to get victims to take some sort of questionable action, often involving a breach of security, the sending of money, or giving up private information. These actions tend to go against our better judgment and defy common sense. However, by manipulating […]

Four Simple Ways to Avoid Porch Pirates

In 2018, there were 13 billion parcels shipped in the U.S. (according to Pitney Bowes). You read that right: BILLION. That’s a lot. What’s more, U.S. consumers were expected to spend a whopping $586 billion on ecommerce in 2019, up 14% from the previous year. And why not? These days, you can have virtually anything delivered […]


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