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William Blount & Associates Blog: 5_2016

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It was the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft and the lead story was that of Laremy Tunsil. By many scouts’ accounts he was one of the most talented prospects in the draft and was expected to be chosen in the top five or six. READ MORE >>

The amount of electricity in the average home is enough to cause serious injury and death, and, according to the National Fire Protection Association, there are 50,000 electrical home fires every year. That’s why it’s so important to take electrical safety seriously in your home. READ MORE >>

One large expense that every employer dreads is the commercial insurance bill. No matter what type of workplace it is or how many employees there are, the cost always seems to be higher than what people want or expect. Keeping an insurance rate low is possible, but it requires a genuine safety plan and the commitment to follow it through. READ MORE >>

Hidden Exposure: Protecting Your Business with Third-Party EPLI Posted on May 4, 2016 by Alexander Alday In today’s increasingly litigious society, harassment and discrimination are trending upward. READ MORE >>

Part 2 of 2 - Principles and protocols for responding to unexpected catastrophic events, a Black Swan Response Protocols for a Catastrophe The paper includes some basic protocols for responding to a Black Swan. The following protocols are not designed to be a step-by-step process but rather a general basis for responding: READ MORE >>

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