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July 26, 2021

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) About Asbestos

Most people know very little about asbestos. It’s only when they’re halfway through renovations and realise they’re dealing with the deadly material, or tragically when they or someone they know is suffering from an asbestos-related disease, that they start looking for information. It’s vital that if you’re thinking about renovating your home – or even doing simple maintenance work – you arm yourself with enough facts and knowledge to protect yourself and your family. Over the last 20+ years of inspecting asbestos in buildings, we’ve heard all the common questions. Here are a few of them. Is asbestos still a danger today? Yes! The reality is that two thirds of the houses in Australia today will have had asbestos used in their construction in some form. That means there’s a significant chance that there is still asbestos present in your home today. But don’t panic – asbestos-containing materials are generally safe as long as they are well-maintained. It’s only once damaged, by external factors like weather conditions or human interference, that asbestos dust is produced, releasing the dangerous fibres into the air. How much exposure to asbestos is dangerous? Several studies have tried to answer this question – unfortunately, there […] read more
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How To Protect Legal Rights When Injured By Negligent Security Guards

When a person finds his or her self in such a position, there are specific strategies that need to be employed and followed in order to ensure that such an individual’s rights and interests fully are protected. Immediately Document Conduct If a person has been subjected to rough or negligent security guards, that individual must immediately document the incident. The fact is that contemporaneouslyy created statements that summarize what occurred in a situation in which a party is rough or negligent is given a good deal of credence in the U.S. judicial system. By promptly documenting what occurred in regard to a negligent or reckless security guard, an injured person also is able to better refresh his or her memory about what happened at a later date. This type of memory refresher can be helpful, indeed vital, when it comes to pursuing a claim or even a lawsuit for any injuries or damages that may have arisen from the negligence or reckless conduct of a security guard. Take Photos or a Video Another important step that a person must take in the aftermath of rough, reckless or negligent treatment by a security guard is taking photos or making a video of […] read more
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