How to Cover the Costs of a Live-in Caregiver for you or your Loved One

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Choosing a qualified caregiver is only half the battle; the other half is finding a way to pay for it when you can’t pay out of pocket.

Often, one of the first thoughts that comes to mind when considering in-home care for your loved one is about covering the cost. We want you to know there are options to consider.”

— Michele Berman, Owner

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, July 22, 2018 / — When it comes to the point where a loved one needs round-the-clock care, and you cannot provide it or do not live near the loved one, you need to use a live-in caregiver. This is certainly a stressful situation for the loved one and the family member. However, choosing the right caregiver can provide peace of mind because the loved one will be safe and cared for in his or her own home.

There are caregivers who do not live with their clients and caregivers who do live with their clients. Choosing a qualified caregiver is only half the battle; the other half is finding a way to pay for it when you can’t pay out of pocket. The cost of live-in caregiver can range from $1000 – $5,000 a month and depends on the needs of the loved one, the region where the loved one lives in (northeast vs. mid-west) if the caregiver will need room and board and transportation for the caregiver.

Ways to Pay for a Live-in Caregiver

The first thought many think of when it comes to home care assistance for seniors is Medicare. Unfortunately, Medicare does not pay for live-in care because it is considered a “covered benefit.” And Medicare Supplemental Insurance programs do not pay for this type care as well. So now what? There are still viable options for paying for home health care.

Medicaid (depending on the state) does have programs that provide financial aid through “Consumer-Directed HCBS Waivers.” They are programs that provide nursing-home level care in seniors’ homes. They allow the senior to choose a care provider and the care he or she needs, which, in turn, allows Medicaid beneficiaries to use the allotted care budget to hire a live-in caregiver. Please contact Medicaid for a list of waivers. Other ways to pay for in-home caregivers are:

Long-term Insurance
Veteran Benefits
Reverse Mortgages

Another way to pay for a live-in caregiver is through long-term insurance. It seems today there are numerous policies that cover everything from flood damage to cancer care. So, it is not surprising that there is long-term insurance for senior care. These insurance companies reimburse policyholders for the amount spent on services used to help them with daily living activities, such as personal care and meal preparation (what a live-in caregiver does). You may not qualify for long-term insurance if you have health issues or are already receiving long-term care. Please note that many have limits on the term of the care and the cost.

If your loved one is a veteran, here are two great programs that would be used for financial assistance. The first program is the Veteran-Directed Home and Community-Based Services. Veterans can receive nursing-home care in their home, their caregiver’s home or in a senior living community. Veterans receive a budget and can choose their care providers instead of receiving services from the VA health system.

The other program is the Veterans Aid & Attendance Benefit (also known as the Special Pension Benefit) by the Department of Veterans Affairs. It’s tax-free and provides veterans and their spouses, over the age of 65, financial aid for a caregiver who regularly helps them with at least two daily living activities, such as shopping, eating, grooming, and dressing.

For seniors who own their own homes, they can do a reverse mortgage. This is when a homeowner receives a portion of his or her home equity in cash or as a monthly payment, which can be used for in-home care. The loan doesn’t have to be paid back until the last borrower passes away or moves away (for one full year). The home must be sold, and the lender is paid back in full (plus interest). A reverse mortgage will not affect Medicare or social security benefits but may affect Medicaid. The loan can even be refinanced! The only stipulation is that senior must live in the home.

If you are interested in finding a live-in caregiver, please contact Comfort Keepers at (877) 698-9394 to find the right plan of care that meets you or your loved one’s needs.

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Comfort Keepers
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Law Firm Marketing 101: Lawyers Need Blogs for Their Marketing Plans

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Mary Ann Fasanella, CEO of Advisory Concept Evolvers, tells you why lawyers need blogs as part of their marketing plan.

Blogs are incredibly beneficial to law firms in terms of marketing and should be standard as part of their marketing plan.”

— Mary Ann Fasanella, CEO

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, July 22, 2018 / — Lawyers Need Blogs for Their Marketing Plans

Ever since blogs came on the scene, they have become a popular way to showcase a person’s expertise and interests. Soon it wasn’t just crafters who were blogging; businesses where adding blog feeds to their websites.

However, they were misusing their blogs. Instead of creating a valuable opinion or explaining a new trend, people were using blogs to repeat their services and/or products just to have more content.

Blogging has become a big industry, with numerous resources out there on how to create a blog and make money with it (e.g., ads).

Blogs are targeted content. They are expected to be part of a website and are one of the many great legal marketing ideas. There are many reasons why lawyers should add blogs to their content marketing plans.

Reasons for Having a Blog Page

1. A Conversation Starter. When you give your opinion, it starts a conversation. All leads start with a conversation, whether electronic (email, chat or contact form) or in-person (consultation or networking). Potential clients can check out your blog on your website or via RSS. By subscribing by RSS, they will be alerted when new content is posted.

Content marketing is very important to a website. It shows just how authentic your content is and its quality. No one wants to read content that isn’t interesting, personal or helpful. This means that when marketing your law firm, you need to seriously consider content marketing strategies, and focus those strategies on providing direct answers to questions potential clients may have.

2. An Educational Tool. The best way for people to remember your law firm’s name is to help them without making contact. What I mean by this is to make your blog educational. Give some tips on a problem they may be facing (e.g., bankruptcy).

For example, a blog topic can be the most asked legal questions and answers. The more topics you have, the more people you can help.

This will create an atmosphere where prospective clients will feel comfortable enough to want to contact you for a consultation. Also, instead of creating a long email, you can insert a link to one of your blogs to save time and to showcase your expertise on the issue.

3. Saves Money. Instead of hiring a PR firm or social media specialist, you can simply post a blog. This gives you the opportunity to broadcast your opinion and to create a following.

Your blogs can also be shared, which can create leads. You can even use Twitter or Instagram to promote your latest blog.

4. Creates Followers. If you post your blog daily or weekly, you are creating a following because people will want to see what you have posted – fresh content. Remember, it’s important to be consistent with posting content.

5. Creates Traffic to Your Website. When you create content, you will naturally use keywords to describe your business and industry. This is search engine optimization (SEO). SEO is how your website gets found quickly on the Internet.

The goal is to get listed on page one of Google. This does not happen overnight. No one can guarantee this or for how long, since Google is the boss.

Google is constantly changing its algorithms to be smarter at categorizing websites (and finding those using black hat SEO tricks). You can also use phrases (long-tail keywords) or enter a question to narrow down the search. SEO legal is designed to attract people to your website based on the legal problem they searched for.

Before contacting a lawyer, people will research their problem and see who is the leading expert on it. Your blog (and website) will not only tell them what they will need to know about their legal issue, but they’ll also get a feel for your firm and its staff. It’s not just about the content; the design and navigation can also be turn-offs for visitors.

Blogs in Law Firm Marketing

Blogs are the key to letting people know you are on top of the latest legal issues and they help build strong SEO. At ACE, we know how important blogs are to lawyer marketing. They are just one piece of the marketing pie, along with legal research, web design and advertising.

Blogs are also considered to be proactive marketing because you are constantly creating blogs on topics; one of which will be a person’s legal problem. By discussing a legal issue, you are reducing the anxiety one has towards it. You are letting the reader know that he or she is not alone and that others have been in the same situation with positive results.

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Advisory Concept Evolvers offers innovative legal marketing services to build your client book. We have the experience and track record to make your law firm more profitable, efficient and relevant. Call or email us today!

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How to fix up a dated kitchen to sell your home

CALGARY, ALBERTA, CANADA, July 22, 2018 / — If you’re planning on selling your home, your dated kitchen could deter buyers and even lower your asking price. Kitchen renovations are expensive, and it might not be possible to invest in a total remodel. There are some things you can do to fix up your dated kitchen that are cost-effective, have a good return on investment and can help attract buyers.
Invest in Cabinet Refinishing
Cabinet refinishing is when you keep all the components of your cabinets but paint or stain them a new colour. Companies that offer cabinet painting will remove all the drawers and doors and refinish them along with the box faces and all exposed panels. This will give your kitchen a totally new look and can cost less than 25% of a full replacement. You can do cabinet refinishing if our cabinets are still sturdy and in good shape.
Tip: Consider painting your cabinets white. This will give your kitchen a bright, welcoming and open look. It also creates a neutral pallet for home buyers to imagine their own décor and design ideas in your home.
Get new appliances.
You don’t have to splurge on the best, most high-tech appliances on the market, but if your appliances are decades old and clearly falling apart, purchasing new, functional ones can go a long way. Buyers will not like the idea of having to replace old appliances when they move in. Get some standard, nice-looking replacements. If the buyer wants an upgrade, they can worry about that later. For now, they want to move into a house with a working fridge and stove.
Replace the countertops.
After the cabinets, the countertops are a big visual when you walk into the kitchen. Dated and damaged countertops are not working in your favour if you’re trying to sell. Replace your old countertops with quality laminate countertops. Laminate has come a long way over the years and can be made to mimic the look of natural stone like granite, marble and quartz. Having a new surface can really improve the aesthetics of the kitchen. is a free online directory of pre-screened, certified and trustworthy companies in the home service industry, including cabinet refinishing companies It is not a review site. All companies listed on RenovationFind have passed background checks and are continually monitored to ensure they’re meeting standards. They are all screened to ensure they have legal, credit, they have a legitimate business license, insurance, and customer complaints are reviewed. Those companies who are members of the Better Business Bureau (BBB) receive a higher rating.

“We’ve all heard stories of people being ripped off by bad contractors,” said Riley. “If you are looking for a contractor to install a new driveway or concrete countertops, you should go beyond online reviews and check their references, ask to see proof of insurance, a valid business license and examples of their work. Being thorough in your research and asking to see these things is your right as a consumer.”

If you’re planning on upgrading your kitchen you might want to do research and read >>> options for a kitchen upgrade.

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Real Estate Lawyer comments on Illinois Appellate Decision finding Title Insurance Company not responsible for damages

William B. Blanchard, Real Estate Attorney

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Though it took 18 months to clear liens, Title Insurance Company not liable; this will affect real estate transactions where lien is discovered after closing.

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Title insurance companies … in the future will cite this case as precedent for a broad interpretation of both Section 4’s grant of discretion and Section 9’s protection from liability.”

— William "Bill" Blanchard, Real Estate Lawyer

ST. CHARLES, ILLINOIS, UNITED STATES, July 21, 2018 / — Real Estate Attorney William B. Blanchard, general counsel for Gaia Title, Inc., spoke about a recent real estate law case where the Illinois Appellate Court held that the standard ALTA Owner’s Policy gives a title insurance company wide latitude in how to remove liens from the title, and protects it from liability for damages. This court opinion may affect any real estate purchaser who seeks to have liens or other encumbrances removed from a title insurance policy after closing.

The case of Wade v. Stewart Title Guaranty Company arose from a breach of contract regarding a title insurance policy for a multi-unit residential building in Chicago, Illinois. Plaintiff Josephine Wade, the purchaser of the property, filed suit against Stewart Title Guaranty Company (“Stewart Title”), alleging that it had failed to timely remove defects on the property’s title. As a consequence of the delays, according to Ms. Wade, the building was demolished because she could not comply with the City of Chicago’s building code. The trial court ruled in favor of Stewart Title, finding that the title company did not breach any duties under the policy. The Illinois Appellate Court affirmed, noting that the Plaintiff did not meet the burden of proof needed to establish that the 18 months Stewart Title took to clear the defects was not “reasonably diligent.”

Apparently, the title insurance company pursued lengthy litigation during which time the building’s value quickly deteriorated. The litigation was designed to settle the liens for less money, rather than immediately paying the liens in full. Section 9. of the title insurance policy, “Limitation of Liability,” provided: “If the (Title) Company establishes the title, or removes the alleged defect, lien or encumbrance *** in a reasonably diligent manner by any method, including litigation and the completion of any appeals therefrom, it shall have fully performed its obligations with respect to that matter and shall not be liable for any loss or damage caused hereby.”
Section 4 of the policy gave the title insurance company the right to determine how to defend or settle the claims. On ambiguity of provisions in insurance contract, the Court stated, “…an insurance contract will be liberally construed in favor of the insured. First Chicago Insurance Co. v. Molda, 2015 IL App (1st) 140548, ¶ 33.” Then, ironically, the Court held that Plaintiff had the burden of proof to show the defense was not “reasonably diligent.” Note that the trial court heard evidence that the defense provided by Stewart Title was for its own benefit, and to the detriment of their policy holder.

Mr. Blanchard stated, “this decision is important for anybody in a real estate transaction where a lien or other encumbrance is first discovered after closing. Basically, the standard title insurance policy provides that you must let the insurer do the job in any manner it chooses. The appellate court concluded that if the policy owner suffers damages while the title company engages in its defense, a policy holder cannot prevail in a claim damages absent clear and convincing evidence that the defense did not act in a “reasonably diligent” manner.”

“This is an important case also for what the Court didn’t consider in reaching its opinion,” adds Mr. Blanchard. “The Appellate Court affirmed because the reasonableness and diligence of the title insurance company’s defense was a matter for the trial court to determine based upon the evidence presented. Before this case, a plaintiff was required to present evidence that it suffered damages during the time it took the title company to remove title defects, and it was then up to the title company to present evidence that its efforts were reasonably diligent.”

“Title insurance companies defending similar actions in the future will cite this case as precedent for a broad interpretation of both Section 4’s grant of discretion and Section 9’s protection from liability. The ruling is contrary to Illinois precedent establishing that unclear terms in insurance policies should be interpreted in favor of Plaintiffs, and shifts the burden of proof on the question of “reasonable diligence” from Defendants to Plaintiffs,” opines Mr. Blanchard.

The case is Wade v. Stewart Title Guaranty 2017 ILAP (1st) 161765. The full opinion is on the court website


William B. Blanchard is General Counsel for Gaia Title, Inc. and a real estate law attorney representing clients in the Western suburbs of Chicago in all types of real estate transactions including real estate closings, short sales, and real estate tax appeals. See

As General Counsel, Mr. Blanchard provides title insurance examinations, commitment and policy reviews, supervises closing activities and regulatory compliance issues. Mr. Blanchard received his Juris Doctor Degree from DePaul University College of Law in 1972, and was admitted to the practice of law in Illinois in 1973. His LinkedIn Profile is at

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Gaia Title, Inc.
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Wood4Floors Appointed as Approved London and UK-Wide Retailer for British-Based V4 Wood Floors

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Wood4Floors new approved retailer for V4 wood flooring

We hope that this new collection inspires our customers to create a space where they can retreat from the everyday stresses of life, a space that’s not only relaxing but also refined and sophisticated”

— Mike Kildea, Owner of Wood4Floors

LONDON, GREATER LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, July 21, 2018 / — Wood4Floors, one of the leading suppliers of premium quality flooring in the United Kingdom, is now an approved retailer for the British-based wood floor specialist, V4. The collaboration with the company brings fresh and modern options to our already vast collection of natural, sustainable, and health-friendly wood floors.
For over three decades, we have been committed to providing beautiful and versatile collections that stand the test of time. Not to mention, we highly pride ourselves on offering a wide selection of environmentally friendly products at conventional prices. V4 products should fit in nicely with our line since all of which are FSC and PEFC certified. Moreover, the company goes the extra mile to ensure they comply fully with the ETR (Engineered Timber Resources)
V4 Wood Flooring has been transforming homes since 2002. Recognized in the U.K. for their non-toxic and eco-friendly products, the brand draws inspiration from cityscapes and nature to meet the design demands of modern homeowners. Joining our roster are 9 unique collections made from European oak planks, finished by skilled craftsmen using traditional methods. The hand tools used bring character to the floors. They come with a natural protective layer that not only gives the planks more depth but also provides a long-lasting surface.
There is an array of colours and finishes to choose from. We offer a range of gorgeous hues, from light to neutral and lush dark browns. Not only that – customers can also pick from a variety of plank sizes, from extra wide to narrow. Homeowners can also opt to choose between subtler designs or hand-finished products that recreate the feel of solid wood flooring. V4 products allow for versatile installations that can be to all sorts of surfaces, including that of those with underfloor heating systems.
“We hope that this new collection inspires our customers to create a space where they can retreat from the everyday stresses of life, a space that’s not only relaxing but also refined and sophisticated,” Mike Kildea, Owner of Wood4Floors.
Check out our extensive range of selections at South East London showroom and warehouse in Forest Hill SE23 1AH.

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Idencia Launches International Reseller Program

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Partners can offer 'smart products' under their own brand by reselling the Idencia information tracking service.

We want to provide our partners with every opportunity to clearly differentiate themselves from their competition.”

— Jeff Pollock, CEO

TOPSFIELD, MA, UNITED STATES, July 20, 2018 / — Topsfield, MA- Idencia, Inc. announced today that is launching an international reseller program that will enable operating partners to include the Idencia information tracking solution with their products. Vendors in the infrastructure supply chain may now offer ‘smart products’. An RFID tag embedded in (or affixed to) the product can be scanned to source all historic records associated with the product. Being web hosted, different parties in the supply chain can add information to create a timeline history of each product from time of manufacture through end of useful life.

The program allows parties throughout the infrastructure supply chain to add more value to their customers:

• Equipment manufacturers who sell to precast concrete producers can now offer a mold that enables their customers to sell ‘smart concrete products’.

Precast concrete manufacturers that sell their products equipped with Idencia provide a more valuable ‘smart product’ that sets them apart from their competition and makes their customer more productive.

• Contractors that include Idencia can distinguish their projects and add margin by offering project owners more value from the use of ‘smart products’.

Jeff Pollock, Idencia CEO, elaborated: “Resellers can include our information tracking service under their own brand “powered by Idencia”. We want to provide our partners with every opportunity to clearly differentiate themselves from their competition.” He added that Idencia is already in conversations with potential partners in the US, Europe, Australia and the Middle East.

Mr. Pollock said that more announcements will be forthcoming as Idencia signs interested resellers.

For more information, please contact: Jeffrey M. Pollock, CEO;

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Gabriel Btesh reflects on successful property career and passion for well-being in Panama

Real estate development in Panama has enjoyed a surge in both interest and investment in recent years.

PANAMA CITY, PANAMA, PANAMA, July 20, 2018 / — Thanks in part to property developers such as Gabriel Btesh, the country has benefited hugely as a result, both through the creation of jobs in construction and as a result of a more buoyant property market.

After taking over the family business from his father, Btesh explains that, for him, working in property development and construction is as much about building a legacy for current generations of Panamanians as it is about money, success, or personal pride. "Furthermore, in addition to supporting my family, it's about making the country itself more prosperous as a whole," he adds.

By any measure, he's succeeded, and having started his property and real estate career in the early 1990s, almost three decades on Btesh is also now a keen proponent of the advances being made toward increasing standards of living and well-being in Panama.

"I had always yearned to do what was right for my family and my country," reveals Btesh. "However, I never dared to dream that I'd enjoy success in both senses to this extent and that it would prove to be so rewarding."

Through his endeavors, Btesh says he's now able to promote both the advancement of his father's company and the well-being of those living in Panama. "Building homes for those in need, in particular, has been one of the most rewarding and exciting parts of my career," he adds.

In addition to residential developments, Gabriel Btesh has also worked on a tremendous number of commercial properties and projects across Panama. The real estate developer estimates that the combined value of these projects, completed over a period of almost 30 years, is today upwards of a trillion dollars.

Despite such vast sums, however, Btesh suggests that deep down, his real estate and construction endeavors have always been primarily about the betterment of his country, second only to support his family. "My goals, in that respect, have never wavered," he emphasizes of the fact.

Highlighting one development, in particular, Btesh goes on to share details of a project undertaken in Panama City. "The company and I were commissioned to work on a series of apartment buildings, designed to cater to local families," he explains. "They were designed to offer affordable living while simultaneously providing a comfortable and safe environment."

The immediate focus for Gabriel Btesh was on improving the quality of life of prospective tenants, and despite the affordable nature of the project, the developer sourced only modern, high-quality materials for the construction. "What we did was creatively structure a luxury living space, but in a cost-effective manner," he points out.

Going one step further, Btesh personally ensured that the apartment buildings included amenities such as a gym, social areas, and creative spaces. "As a result, families who never imagined they'd see truly modern conveniences, let alone a level of luxury, were able to afford these upscale properties and enjoy the benefits which came with them," says Btesh.

"This, I hope," he adds in conclusion, "will have served to change the lives of the families who moved into those properties, both for the better and for as long as they remain living there. It's something which I reflect on often, and something which I'm incredibly proud to have been a part of."

Eric Ash
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Paul Ingram From Mesa Reveals the Secrets that Construction Companies Won’t Tell Clients

Construction companies can unearth some surprising secrets. Acclaimed construction adviser divulges what these companies don’t want clients to know.

SARASOTA, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, July 20, 2018 / — Construction companies fall into two categories. Construction companies are either legitimate, or they’re not. It’s important to note that there are plenty of legitimate construction companies out there. However, unfortunately, there are also a lot of fly-by-night construction workers.

Paul Ingram from Mesa has worked with an assortment of both kinds, finding out more than he bargained for. Although, through his experience, he’s learned a lot of important specifics about the construction industry. Here is a list of truths that construction companies won’t tell their clients.

This Job is Not My Only Job

Construction companies will sometimes do and say whatever they feel they need to land the job. However, once the contract is signed, it might be a while before they get to the job. There could be a backlog of jobs, or there could be another job they deem more important. Even if that isn’t the case and they start the job right away, the construction company isn’t going to be at the job site every day. Instead, the construction company is likely going to juggle a few different contracted jobs, simply to keep clients happy.

A Client's Job May Affect the Bid

Unfortunately, the bid that’s given might be affected by the occupation the client has. While it’s hard to prove and admittedly frustrating, some construction companies base bid prices off certain jobs. Although, Paul Ingram states that the money someone makes isn’t exactly the reason for the hike in bid price.

Rather, fear and possible unnecessary aggravation could be the reason. The two best examples are lawyers and doctors. Lawyers might be quoted with more money up front. This is based on the fear that lawyers might find a way to get out of paying. Therefore, the company is trying to cover themselves. Doctors tend to be more analytical. So, they might question the bid and the price of materials, or the contract itself. Thus, the contractor might ask for more money, more because they anticipate a lot of questions and challenges.

Construction is Messy

Construction is never a neat ordeal. While some construction companies might try to wow potential clients with visions of grandeur, others are more realistic. Some construction companies try to mitigate the inconvenience and mess of the situation by scheduling a good time to work. After all, it’s a pain for everyone involved if people are home when construction workers show up. Everyone is tripping over one another and the whole house is in disarray. However, some construction companies simply sell the glitz and glam of the final project. Then, once the contract is signed, they get to it when they get to it.

In summation, it’s easy for a construction company to get a bad rap. After all, with social media and reviews running rampant, one bad experience could ruin a company. However, there are some companies who give the rest of the industry a bad name. These truths about construction companies don’t help the industry’s cause all that much. Yet, Paul Ingram believes if people know the truth, they can better understand what to expect.

Eric Ash
Web Presence, LLC
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Georgia Mesothelioma Victims Center Now Urges an Electrician or Skilled Trades Worker with Mesothelioma in Georgia to Call Form Instant Access to the Nation's Top Lawyer for Much Better Compensation Results

The Georgia Mesothelioma Victims Center offers instant access to the managing partner of one of the nation's premier mesothelioma law firms that consistently obtains the best compensation settlements”

— Georgia Mesothelioma Victims Center

NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA, July 20, 2018 / — The Georgia Mesothelioma Victims Center says, "We are urging an electrician or skilled trades worker who has been recently diagnosed with mesothelioma or their family to call us anytime at 800-714-0303. We want to ensure a person like this in Georgia or their family are dealing directly with some of the nation's most capable and experienced mesothelioma lawyers. We are convinced an electrician or skilled trades worker with mesothelioma will be amazed by the mesothelioma attorneys we recommend and the specific knowledge they possess about asbestos containing material used in construction or industrial jobsites.

"A compensation claim for an electrician or a skilled trades worker in Georgia could exceed a million dollars as we would like to discuss anytime, provided they have one of the nation’s top mesothelioma representing them. In many instances the electrician, plumber, welder, insulator, machinist, mechanic or pipefitter could have been exposed in other states. Multi state exposure to asbestos increases the financial compensation potential for a person with mesothelioma as we would like to discuss anytime at 800-714-0303." http://Georgia.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

The Georgia Mesothelioma Victims Center offers instant access to a senior partner or the managing partner of one of the nation's premier mesothelioma law firms that consistently obtains the best possible mesothelioma financial compensation settlements for their clients nationwide. The group only offers direct access to the nation's most qualified mesothelioma lawyers, not someone's secretary or a lawyer fresh out of law school. For more information a person with mesothelioma in Georgia or their family members are urged to call the group anytime at 800-714-0303. http://Georgia.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

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The Georgia Mesothelioma Victims Center’s free services for people with mesothelioma in Georgia are available to a diagnosed victim who resides in any community in Georgia including Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Athens, Macon, Savannah or any community in the state.

Aside from their passion about making certain a diagnosed victim gets the best possible mesothelioma compensation, the Center is also very focused on treatment options for this rare cancer. For the best possible mesothelioma treatment options in Georgia the Georgia Mesothelioma Victims Center strongly recommends the following two heath care facilities with the offer to help a diagnosed victim, or their family get to the right physicians at one of these hospitals:

* Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia:
* Georgia Cancer Center, Augusta University, Augusta, Georgia

High-risk work groups for exposure to asbestos in Georgia include US Navy Veterans, power plant workers, shipyard workers, oil refinery workers, pulp, and paper mill workers, cotton mill workers, manufacturing workers, plumbers, welders, electricians, auto mechanics, machinists, or construction workers. As a rule, the worker’s exposure to asbestos occurred in the 1950’s, 1960’s, 1970’s, or 1980’s.” http://Georgia.MesotheliomaVictimsCenter.Com

According to the CDC, the states indicated with the highest incidence of mesothelioma include Maine, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Michigan, Illinois, Minnesota, Louisiana, Washington, and Oregon. However, people are diagnosed with mesothelioma in Georgia each year-including US Navy Veterans.

For more information about mesothelioma please refer to the National Institutes of Health’s web site related to this rare form of cancer:

Michael Thomas
Georgia Mesothelioma Victims Center
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Tarps Now Expansion to New St. Joseph Michigan Facility Focused on Manufacture and Sales of Tarps & Covers

Company Expansion includes Move to New Operations Facility as Strong Demand for Custom Made Tarps and Coverings Continues

ST. JOSEPH, MICHIGAN, UNITED STATES, July 19, 2018 / — Tarps Now® is pleased to announce completion of its move to its newest operations facility located in St. Joseph, Michigan. Designed to meet ever increasing demand for custom made tarps and a wide range of stock sized tarps and covers, Tarps Now® manufactures heavy duty tarps and industrial coverings in a variety of sizes, fabric grades, colors, weights and customization elements engineered to meet a very wide range of customer specifications and needs.

Tarps Now® tarps and covers are widely known to be exceedingly well engineered, designed to be durable and long lasting for use by the military, non-profit organizations, governmental agencies, municipalities, industrial concerns, small businesses and consumers. The company operates on the cutting edge of technology, with a management team having decades of experience in the field of industrial fabrics. Orders are processed electronically on an immediate basis after being received on the company’s secure website located at Order information and product specifications are routed and processed on a same day basis, with operating efficiencies resulting in one of the industry’s best records for delivering high quality tarps and coverings, on time and on-schedule.

Tarps Now® Heavy Duty Tarps and Covers:

About Tarps Now®

Tarps Now® features an extensive online catalog of heavy duty tarps, canvas tarps, poly tarps, custom tarps, vinyl tarps and industrial divider curtains. As specialists in custom canvas and vinyl tarps, they are the low-price leaders in their category. The company offers the convenience of fast, easy, online ordering as well as a knowledgeable staff to guide customers through the specification process insuring their project will be completed on time and in budget. Tarps Now® has the experience and scale to insure customer specifications are carefully followed and expectations exceeded for every project, large or small.

Michael Dill
Tarps Now, Inc.
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Source: EIN Presswire