Frozen Pipes Criple Texas

water leaks from frozen pipe burst

It’s raining in the kitchen

HOUSTON, TEXAS, USA, February 27, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Frozen Pipes Criple Texas

As Texas recovers from the arctic blast, pipe problems will remain an issue for many Texans. San Antonio alone reported more than 10,000 claims related to frozen pipes or pipe leaks. In Houston, city and county leaders on Friday said tens of thousands of area residents and business owners suffered burst water pipes or other damages from the winter storm, Uri, resulting in property damage likely costing tens of millions of dollars. A federal disaster declaration, which President Joe Biden said he will sign, could free up money to reimburse affected residents, as well.

When it comes to water leaks from broken or frozen pipes, our attorneys have in-depth experience handling these types of denied homeowners insurance claims. One client of ours, from the Dallas area, experienced a pipe burst in their upstairs bathroom which caused water damage to the first floor of their home.

Initially, their insurer (Farmers Insurance) sent an adjuster that determined that the damage could be repaired for the cost of their deductible. When our client's questioned the insurance about this estimate, they hired an engineer to back up their first adjuster's findings. Unable to make the necessary repairs with this amount, our client hired us to represent them and go after their insurer for a full recovery.

Our third-party adjustor found damage to the flooring and a kitchen cabinet, thousands of dollars in damage, that the original adjuster and engineer missed. Upon receipt of those findings, we filed suit with Farmers Insurance. With the evidence collected our case was stronger than the insurer wanted to contend with and ultimately settled out of court. Originally the insurer had agreed to cover the cost of the sheetrock, but after our findings, we were able to get them to pay enough to cover the cost of the damaged flooring and kitchen cabinetry. We were able to secure the essential funds for our client to make the necessary repairs to their home and get back to life as usual.

Texas does not see cold weather like what we just experienced. Our infrastructure was not ready for the intense cold. Many homes experienced catastrophic damage to their homes and property. To battle the slew of misinformation out there, here are a few things you should know about frozen or broken pipes in general.

What You Should Know
Homeowners insurance typically covers damage that results from broken pipes.

What if my house is flooding? Water damage from a pipe burst is typically covered under a homeowner's policy. Flood water damage, including excess groundwater, is not covered by a typical homeowners or renters insurance policy. The homeowner needs a separate flood insurance policy to claim damage on the effects of water egressing or discharging back into the home.

What if I rent? Renters insurance should cover water damages to your personal property from broken or ruptured pipes, but if damages are caused by water backing up in a drain or suction pump you will not be covered without having purchased additional coverage. Renters do not usually need to worry about the damage to their homes. That should be covered by their landlords' insurance policy.

What if my ceiling collapses? Homeowners insurance does cover sudden and accidental water damage that may result in interior damage. One reason that insurers may deny a claim would be if a filer knew about prior structural decay or damage in the home before the collapse.

Texas Property Insurance Lawyers
Has your homeowner’s or commercial business insurance water claim been denied? We can help. Representing thousands of client’s against big insurance companies, our insurance claims attorneys aggressively protect the rights of the policyholder. Our consultations are free, and you owe us nothing until we win your case. Contact us today.

Chris Flynn
Chad T. Wilson Law Firm
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Allan W. Fung Joins Pannone Lopes Devereaux & O’Gara LLC as Partner

Allan W. Fung, PLDO Partner

JOHNSTON, RHODE ISLAND, USA, February 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Pannone Lopes Devereaux & O’Gara LLC (PLDO) announced today that Allan W. Fung, former Mayor of the City of Cranston, has joined the firm as a Partner.

“Allan has served the Rhode Island community with distinction and is a dedicated public servant. We are excited to be part of the next chapter in his journey at PLDO and concentrate his time in the practice of law while he continues to assist individuals and corporate clients to achieve their respective goals,”” said Gary R. Pannone, Managing Principal. “This is a great moment for PLDO and we are looking forward to having Allan become part of our team. His professionalism and leadership skills will be a tremendous addition to our firm and we are confident that he will have a significant impact with our lawyers, staff and clients.”

“I am thrilled to join the great team of attorneys at PLDO and look forward to working with such an excellent law firm that is committed to community, diversity and helping others achieve their goals – the same values that I am passionate about,” said Mr. Fung. “Returning to practicing law in a thriving law firm where I can contribute to its continued growth is exciting, and I am delighted at the opportunities ahead.”

Mr. Fung served as Mayor of the City of Cranston for 12 years (Jan. 2009 to Jan. 2021) and is a former President of the RI League of Cities and Towns. Prior to becoming Mayor, he worked as government relations counsel for MetLife, a Special Assistant Attorney General in the Rhode Island Department of Attorney General, and as a litigator with Mandell, Schwartz & Boisclair. He graduated from Rhode Island College with a B.A. in Political Science and earned his J.D. from Suffolk University Law School in 1995. He is a Rhode Island Bar Foundation Fellow.

As an accomplished executive and public servant, Mr. Fung has held leadership positions with several national and local organizations throughout his career. Currently he serves as the Honorary Chairman of the Board of the Rhode Island Association of Chinese Americans and is on the New England Advisory Board for the International Leadership Foundation, among others. He is the husband of Barbara Ann Fenton-Fung who now serves as a Representative in the Rhode Island General Assembly, representing District 15 for the City of Cranston.

For further information, please call 401-824-5100. To learn more about PLDO, visit www.pldolaw.com and follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.

ABOUT PANNONE LOPES DEVEREAUX & O'GARA LLC
Pannone Lopes Devereaux & O’Gara (“PLDO”) attorneys are highly skilled with a proven track record of achievement representing clients with respect to complex matters in a wide range of disciplines and industries. The founders of PLDO were formerly partners in an international law firm and are trained in multiple disciplines. The primary areas of practice for the firm include business law, special masterships, government relations and legislative strategies, civil litigation, real estate development, commercial lending, municipal law, nonprofit law, cyber law, health care law, white collar defense, estate planning, probate administration and trust litigation. The core values of respect, integrity, quality service and responsiveness are stressed each day at PLDO and the firm is committed to supporting the community in a meaningful way. The firm has offices in Rhode Island, Massachusetts and Florida. For more information, visit www.pldolaw.com.

Clare Eckert
Pannone Lopes Devereaux & O'Gara LLC
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Renowned Car Accident Attorney Tyler Nicoll Secures $300,000 Settlement for Woman Injured by Delivery Truck

Trial Pro, P.A. Naples Car Accident Attorneys

Trial Pro, P.A. Naples Car Accident Attorneys

Naples Car Accident Attorney Tyler Nicoll

Naples Car Accident Attorney Tyler Nicoll

Trial Pro, P.A. Personal Injury Attorneys

Trial Pro, P.A. Personal Injury Attorneys

Renowned Car Accident Attorney Tyler Nicoll Secures $300,000 Settlement for Woman Injured by Delivery Truck

NAPLES, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, February 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Tyler Nicoll Naples Car Accident Attorney successfully negotiated a $300,000 settlement for a Fort Myers woman for injuries she sustained in a motor vehicle collision with a delivery truck. Trial Pro’s client was stopped for traffic on Fowler Street in Fort Myers, Lee County, Florida. A commercial delivery truck driver failed to exercise proper care and violently rear-ended the unsuspecting woman’s vehicle. The force of the impact propelled the woman’s vehicle into the back of a third vehicle.

Trial Pro’s client felt immediate and severe pain in her neck and back and was taken to the local emergency room. The injured woman sustained significant injuries to her neck and back which required months of care from orthopedic specialists. Her injuries negatively impacted her ability to work and resulted in significant financial distress. Unfortunately, despite the woman’s significant economic losses and permanent injuries, the delivery truck’s employer refused to fairly compensate her for her damages.

Trial Pro attorney Tyler Nicoll was committed to obtaining his client the full value of her claim. After advising his client to reject initial inadequate offers Mr. Nicoll diligently advocated on her behalf for compensation of past and future medical care, pain and suffering, lost wages, and all other economic damages. Trial Pro’s efforts forced the negligent driver and delivery company to fully compensate the injured woman for her injuries by paying $300,000 to settle the claim.

The law firm of Trial Pro, P.A. was founded in 2001 in Orlando, Florida. Today, the firm represents individuals who have been injured in personal injury accidents including car accidents, motorcycle accidents, truck accidents, slip and fall accidents, trip and fall accidents, and more from all over Florida.

For more information please contact Naples Personal Injury Attorney Tyler Nicoll – 1019 Crosspointe Dr Suite 1 – Naples, FL, 34110

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Perrin Conferences to Hold Virtual Sexual Abuse Litigation and Coverage Conference

This one-day virtual conference will take place on March 18, 2021 and features litigators from high profile cases, major insurance carriers, and more.

The Sexual Abuse Litigation and Coverage Conference will once again focus on cases that continue to evolve in a wide variety of organizations.”

— Lynnsey Perrin, President & CEO of Perrin Conferences

WAYNE, PENNSYLVANIA, UNITED STATES, February 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Perrin Conferences, the leading national provider of joint plaintiff/defendant litigation conferences, is hosting a virtual Sexual Abuse Litigation and Coverage Conference on Thursday, March 18, 2021. This conference will bring together leading attorneys, insurance carriers, abuse experts, and other industry professionals. Topics to be addressed include status of the litigation, insurance coverage issues, complying with litigation requirements, damages in sexual abuse cases, sex abuse cases and other mass tort litigations, and much more.

“The Sexual Abuse Litigation and Coverage Conference will once again focus on cases that continue to evolve in a wide variety of organizations.” said Lynnsey Perrin, President & CEO of Perrin Conferences. “Professionals from across the United States will have a unique opportunity to learn the latest information and perspectives on the claims facing some of these organizations. Major carriers from around the country have this issue top of mind and are attending and speaking.”

Elizabeth Hanke, Vice President of KCIC will chair this conference. Other notable speakers include:

• Joseph W. Belluck, Esq., Belluck & Fox, L.L.P., New York, NY
• Kristen D. Brown, Director of Operations, PolicyFind, Indianapolis, IN
• Kenneth R. Costa, Esq., MG+M The Law Firm, Providence, RI
• Kristine Freed, AIC, Team Leader, Casualty Claims, New York Schools Insurance Reciprocal, Uniondale, NY
• Kevin Hannemann, Esq., The Cook Group, New York, NY
• Gary J. Intoccia, Esq., McGivney, Kluger, Clark & Intoccia, P.C., Florham Park, NJ
• Elizabeth Kelly, Esq., Hawkins Parnell & Young LLP, New York, NY
• Courtney Kiehl, Esq., Paul Mones PC, Los Angeles, CA
• Paul T. Llewellyn, Esq., Lewis & Llewellyn LLP, San Francisco, CA
• John C. Manly, Esq., Manly, Stewart & Finaldi, Irvine, CA
• Paul Mones, Esq., Paul Mones PC, Los Angeles, CA
• Kami E. Quinn, Esq., Gilbert LLP, Washington, DC
• Debbie Riley, Esq., Quintairos, Prieto, Wood & Boyer, P.A., Atlanta, GA
• Jeffrey L. Schulman, Esq., Pasich LLP, New York, NY
• Alex B. Silverman, Esq., Carlton Fields, New York, NY
• Mikaela Whitman, Esq., Pasich LLP, New York, NY
• Jonathan P. Zayle, Professional Liability Claims Manager, Athens Administrators, Parsippany, NJ

For more information about speaking opportunities, training programs, event sponsorships, and to register for this or any of our upcoming conferences, please visit Perrinconferences.com or contact Lynnsey Perrin at lperrin@perrinconferences.com.
About Perrin Conferences

The leading national provider of joint plaintiff/defendant litigation conferences, Perrin Conferences offers comprehensive and specialized CLE/CE accredited programs both virtual and live in an atmosphere of learning, networking, and sharing. Bringing together preeminent national talent in specialty legal fields, Perrin Conferences ensures its events deliver innovative content, networking opportunities and career development. Attendees gain insights that cannot be found anywhere else. Follow the latest news from Perrin Conferences on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/perrin-conferences-llc or Twitter @PerrinConf. For more information on the company and upcoming conferences please visit www.perrinconferences.com.

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The NCIDC Considers Alternatives in Fight for Affordable Medications for Their Patients

North Carolina Independent Dermatology Collaboration

Dermatology Network, looking for relief from the forces that have sent medication prices skyrocketing, are exploring other options

CARY, NC, US, February 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — “Though dermatologists write prescriptions, most don’t know what drugs will cost their patient. That is unless they belong to the North Carolina Independent Dermatologist Collaboration,” said Parker Eales, administrator for the collaboration, “Connecting with other dermatologists to improve care and lower costs, the NCIDC was ultimately founded to help with patient issues like this.”

As out-of-pocket healthcare costs grow, patients as consumers are sometimes faced with the challenge of being able to afford and take their medication as prescribed. Within the past two years dermatologists have had situations where they had prescribed an anti-fungal cream to a patient and in a follow-up, discovered that a treatment that should have cost her less than $8 ended up costing $1,200. They are finding it unsustainable for patients.

Now, with prices of commonly prescribed drugs—not just brand drugs but generics as well—skyrocketing and patients' copayments rising in tandem or fluctuating wildly, dermatologists and patients are finding themselves between a rock and a hard place.

The North Carolina Independent Dermatology Collaboration is considering using utilizing compounding pharmacies ( like Skin Medicinals) to specially mix medications for patients. This is demonstrating a true unifying of our dermatologists to explore ways to create real savings and become an advocate for improvements in patient care. This issue has been a grassroots effort from some of our members to assist patients with the rising drug costs.

By empowering patients to be purchasers of lower-cost medications patients can benefit from lower health costs and greater access. Price transparency and consumer choice push down the average price of health care services. The NCIDC works to make health care more affordable and accessible and allow patients to choose lower-cost independent physicians not owned by hospitals and private equity companies.

“The North Carolina Independent Dermatology Collaboration is working to provide innovative access to care and price transparency for our patients,” said Parker Eales, Administrator of the NCIDC. “We understand the importance of price transparency in health care. Efforts like the NCIDC is making to explore the lowering of medication costs improve our patients’ experience and give them more control in managing their health and costs.”

Many of North Carolina’s independent dermatology physician groups have formed a regional collaborative designed to allow them to provide the benefits of a clinically integrated collaboration which include higher efficiency of care, improved quality, more effective delivery, lower costs, and increased savings.

The organization, dubbed the North Carolina Independent Dermatology Collaborative, brings together a very large number of providers of dermatology care spanning the Triangle area of North Carolina. The physicians have built an organization for physicians by physicians that will allow the participating physicians to achieve the advantages of being part of a larger clinically integrated system. Member physician practices will facilitate lowering costs, all while providing high-quality care with the same hometown doctor patients have come to know and trust — all without sacrificing their independence.

The founding members of the Collaborative in addition to its large general dermatology care base, offer a broad range of dermatology specialties, from Dermatopathology to Pediatric Dermatology and Dermatologic surgery including Mohs surgery to Cosmetic Dermatology and much more.

The North Carolina Independent Dermatology Collaborative comprises 25 independent dermatology providers who serve estimated 250,000-plus patients in the area. Formed amid increasing healthcare consolidation and value-based care models, the collaborative is intended to provide higher efficiencies at lower costs.

Parker Eales
North Carolina Independent Dermatology Collaboration
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Technical mouthwash helps prevent oral diseases

Lumoral technical mouthwash activation

Lumoral technical mouthwash activation

treptococcus mutans bacteria on hydroxyapatite disc (tooth surface model).

Streptococcus mutans bacteria on hydroxyapatite disc (tooth surface model).

Applying Technical Mouthwash

Applying Technical Mouthwash

Light-activated technical mouthwash combats pathogenic dental bacteria and prevents dental diseases without negatively affecting the oral microbiome.

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA, February 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Dental plaque is the root cause of many oral health problems. It is a sticky, colourless to light yellow film that forms on your teeth daily. The buildup of plaque leads to the formation of minerals called tartar. Tartar usually builds up above the gum line and eventually irritates the gum, causing inflammation leading to gum diseases.

More often, Chlorhexidine is the over-the-counter (OTC) antiseptic mouthwash prescribed by dentists to treat bleeding and inflammation caused by gingivitis. However, Chlorhexidine is not suitable for prolonged use as it comes with side effects like taste alteration, teeth staining, and tartar formation. It also has an antibacterial effect that affects the whole mouth. This disturbs the oral microbiome. Chlorhexidine can only be used for a maximum of two weeks at a time.

The good news is that scientists have a new method for combating oral pathogens in dental plaque. The new technical mouthwash is based on light activation of oral rinse, also known as photodynamic therapy. The technical mouthwash is intended for local treatment of oral pathogens and preventing oral diseases such as periodontitis and cavity formation.

Technical mouthwash differentiates from other mouthwashes with its light activation. The antibacterial effect is stronger than with other antimicrobial mouthwashes and is directed towards the dental plaque. The plaque-specific antibacterial does not affect the normal oral microbiome which is a common problem with regular antimicrobial mouthwashes.

Photodynamic Therapy (PDT) in Dentistry
The use of PDT in dentistry is increasing rapidly in treating oral diseases like bacterial infections, gum diseases, and oral mucositis — an inflammation of oral mucosal tissue which is a painful side effect of cancer treatments. Phototherapy uses an agent (photosensitiser) and light to destroy bacteria at their cellular level.

PDT and Plaque
There is a lot of evidence of PDT antibacterial approach being highly effective against dental pathogens in dental plaque. Dentists have used PDT method for the treatment of gum disease and root canal treatment sterilisation.
Lumoral® technical mouthwash is the first device to utilise PDT method for the management of dental plaque. Using Lumoral prevents biofilm formation and oral infection. It is intended particularly for individuals who suffer from gum disease or cavity formation despite having a good oral hygiene routine.

Indocyanine Green (ICG)
ICG acts as a photosensitizer used in PDT. It is a green negatively charged colouring agent that produces a photothermal and photodynamic effect when activated with a specific light. Photothermal means that it releases heat energy when exposed to light and photodynamic means that part of the absorbed energy is released as singlet oxygen.

Photosensitizers are inactive preparations that need to be exposed to light to trigger their antibacterial property. ICG primarily attaches to bacteria and bacterial biofilms; it is activated by exposure to light, creating a bacteria-killing effect.

ICG Photo Thermal Therapy with Scaling and Root Planing (SRP)
Scaling and root planing are widely used in treating periodontal diseases by manually removing the infected tooth's bacterial biofilm.

SRP is not an effective treatment when the infection reaches the soft tissues. Local administration of antibiotics is used to disinfect pockets and fully eradicate these pathogens. However, frequent use of antibiotics is a primary concern nowadays due to the development of antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Antibiotic-resistant pathogens become immune to the drug leaving it ineffective in future use.

Modern dentistry uses ICG photoactivated method to replace antibiotics together with SRP. PDT antibacterial effect acts according to the multi-target mode and does not rely on the key to hole-principle like antibiotics and there is no antibiotic resistance formation associated with PDT despite multiple studies published trying to generate it.

Why Choose Lumoral?
Most dental diseases are caused by infectious bacteria and can be prevented. Cleaning the teeth and removing bacteria biofilm from teeth surface is most important for the prevention of dental diseases as teeth are our body’s only non-shedding surfaces where bacteria can build chronic pathogenic biofilm (dental plaque) leading to dental diseases.

Lumoral is the first home-use method with PDT technology that allows the removal of the microscopic dental plaque and elimination of dental pathogens in teeth surface and gum line without affecting the oral microbiome. Lumoral is suitable for continuous home use as part of a normal oral hygiene routine and is intended to boost oral self-care for those who suffer from cavity formation or gum disease or who are at risk of developing oral diseases.

Many dentists are recommending Lumoral for their patients to improve oral home care, as a dedication to home care is key for successful treatments.

For more information please visit: www.Lumoral.com.au
Or contact us directly at customerservice@lumoral.com.au

Sakari Nikinmaa
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Governments and Corporations are Responsible for the Death of Small Business

No More Excuses: Small Business Needs Support, Not Lockdowns and Unfair Restrictions

When we complain about a problem and do nothing, we are worst than the problem itself. Canada has always been a country that defined itself on social responsibility. That is what Canadians do!”

— Edward Henry

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, February 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — How many small businesses throughout Canada have struggled and closed while many large corporations have flourished and taken bonuses for themselves? Bonuses they have been able to afford because they are subsidizing employee wages and expenses with government contribution.

How many small businesses have been shut down due to health concerns without any data that suggests these same businesses are a greater risk than the large box stores? Why is small business on lockdown while other large essential corporations have been able to operate with almost no restrictions?

When will all business have equal rights?

When will a small business that can operate safely have the same privileged rights of the large corporations and be permitted to stay open?

The bottom line on this entire argument is that classifications of essential and non-essential are discriminatory to small businesses. Most small businesses have made greater efforts to protect their customers than many of the “essential” companies that have been allowed to operate freely with minimal restrictions. Big box stores that often violate capacity and social distancing limits and have only recently been investigated for violations.

The government has made health determinations with little logic, data, or explanation on why retail businesses outside of box stores are unfairly restricted to less capacity.

After two lockdowns and still no plan, there has been no discussion regarding fair treatment for small business. Everyone knows that small businesses are working from an unfair position. Many small business owners have had to take government loans to survive. Current data released by CFIB states that small business owes more than $135 billion. This amount requires repayment to the very government that is locking them down after adjustments they have made to their businesses to become compliant to guidelines that are ambiguous. The data from various departments are conflicting and inaccurate.

It is time for the government to balance the scale. Large corporations should be in partnership with small business, not sending business out of Canada. Businesses that have been unfairly treated deserve greater tax breaks and loan forgiveness based on the financial struggles that have been exacerbated by the continued mismanagement of poorly thought-out restrictions.

SmAll Business is Essential is an initiative created by Edward Henry Company and Social Distance Management. Our goal and function is to advocate on behalf of suffering small business due to the lack of support and unfair treatment from various government restrictions. The interest expressed by many small businesses throughout Canada, and even the United States for SmAll Business is Essential to help struggling small businesses has evolved to becoming more than a cause. It is now become an organization that will be on the front lines to fight for the rights of small businesses.

It is time for Canadians to be socially responsible and ensure that fairness is included in the metrics that we are using when governing through these difficult times. It is time to give small business support, and allow them the same rights that have been allotted to large corporations for over a year.

The restrictions put on businesses should reflect the health and safety threat, the business’ ability to manage their space and people, and the quantified rate/metric of spread in a specific region.

We are currently raising finances for businesses that are complying with health and safety recommendations and guidelines to stay open. We are advocating to keep business in Canada and to support small business. Edward Henry Company will be donating 50% of the proceeds from it’s recent new book release Cut The Bullsh*T to SmAll Business is Essential of Canada. Small businesses across Canada are done paying the price. Small businesses are going to unite and stand up to government and big business, because SmAll Business is Essential.

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Jen Does Care Now Offering Senior Concierge Services

Jen Does Care offers a wide variety of services and flexibility

SUISUN CITY, CALIF., USA, February 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Jen Does Care has launched a new Senior Concierge Service in the East Bay Area of Northern California. Jen Does Care offers a wide variety of services and flexibility to assist seniors throughout their retirement years. Seniors require specialized and personalized care to maintain the happy and healthy life they deserve. Senior Concierge Services have become increasingly necessary as more seniors are choosing to stay in their own homes. Senior concierge services help give seniors the opportunity to stay happy in their own homes by helping them to complete daily but necessary tasks.

“My passion for senior assistance comes from the influence of my mother, Jerrica,” said Jen, owner of Jen Does Care. “She was a caregiver assisting seniors for many years. Watching her do her job, I was easily influenced by her passionate work ethic. By the time I was 19, I had started my first job as a caregiver at the same place my mother worked. That was an honor to serve as a caregiver in the agency where she assisted seniors.”

Jen is a licensed Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) with experience working in skilled nursing facilities as a home health aide. She aspires to become a Registered Nurse. Jen has been a Senior Concierge for over eight years and is privately insured. Her services includes grocery shopping, errand running, and sincere companionship. All of the services that are offered are provided on an individual basis by appointment only. Also, there will be no long-term commitments available at this time. Jen Does Care does not provide transportation or transition services.

Jen Does Care can run errands such as prescription pick up and drop off, delivering bill payments, etc. She can also offer sincere companionship such as visiting and chatting, playing games, or assisting with hobbies or reading stories.

For more information or to book an appointment, visit http://jendoescare.com/

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AIM Insurance Acquires InRoads Insurance Brokers, Milton, Ontario

Letters A-I-M in gold inside a circle on a black background, describing the AIM Logo

AIM Insurance, Burlington Ontario

Our alignment of beliefs, core values, and desire to succeed has made this an easy transition for both AIM Insurance and InRoads Insurance Brokers.

The acquisition of InRoads provides us with an even stronger presence in Halton Region. They are seasoned insurance brokers and bring their considerable expertise in group insurance.”

— Dan Avon, President, AIM Insurance

BURLINGTON, ONTARIO, CANADA, February 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — We are excited to announce that AIM Insurance has acquired InRoads Insurance Brokers of Milton, Ontario effective February 15, 2021. This merger allows both companies to create a larger organization that is poised for future growth. In today's marketplace, large corporate brokers continue to buy brokers. Business volume is essential to receiving full support from insurance companies.

Established in 2011, InRoads Insurance Brokers Inc. was started by Andrew Hale, Jay MacDonald and Bryan McClenaghan. As a new generation brokerage, they provide their clients with a portfolio review, not just a quote for their home and auto insurance needs. They are dedicated to providing their clients with quality home and auto insurance products, valued expertise, and exceptional service at a fair price.

According to AIM President Dan Avon, “The acquisition of InRoads provides us with an even stronger presence in Halton Region where we are concentrated. The InRoads team are seasoned insurance brokers and they bring their considerable expertise in group insurance. In addition, we are now licensed in Alberta, with British Columbia following in the coming months. This allows us to further expand our reach. Growing opportunities with our new team is something that I am very much looking forward to. AIM is always on the lookout for great brokers to bring into our growing family.”

About AIM Insurance / Avon Insurance Management Inc.
AIM Insurance is a 100% family owned and operated insurance brokerage headquartered in Burlington, Ontario, with offices in Brampton, Milton and Dunnville. AIM is a full-service insurance brokerage offering a suite of programs and products from life, group, and personal insurance to large-scale commercial operations. AIM offers unmatched experience, dedication, knowledge, and service to all of its customers.

AIM Insurance is honoured to be recognized by Community Votes Burlington as the Platinum Winner for Best Insurance Agents and Brokers 2020
https://burlington.communityvotes.com/2020/09/services/insurance-agents-and-brokers

Our alignment of beliefs, core values, and desire to succeed has made this an easy transition for both AIM Insurance and InRoads Insurance Brokers.

Sincerely,

The AIM Management Team
Dan Avon, Manjinder Singh, Jay McDonald, Andrew Hale, Bryan McClenaghan

Dan Avon
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Governments and Corporations are Responsible for the Life and Death of Small Business

No More Excuses: Small Business Needs Support, Not Lockdowns and Unfair Restrictions

When we complain about a problem and do nothing, we are worst than the problem itself. Canada has always been a country that defined itself on social responsibility. That is what Canadians do!”

— Edward Henry

TORONTO, ONTARIO, CANADA, February 25, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — How many small businesses throughout Canada have struggled and closed while many large corporations have flourished and taken bonuses for themselves? Bonuses they have been able to afford because they are subsidizing employee wages and expenses with government contribution.

How many small businesses have been shut down due to health concerns without any data that suggests these same businesses are a greater risk than the large box stores? Why is small business on lockdown while other large essential corporations have been able to operate with almost no restrictions?

When will all business have equal rights?

When will a small business that can operate safely have the same privileged rights of the large corporations and be permitted to stay open?

The bottom line on this entire argument is that classifications of essential and non-essential are discriminatory to small businesses. Most small businesses have made greater efforts to protect their customers than many of the “essential” companies that have been allowed to operate freely with minimal restrictions. Big box stores that often violate capacity and social distancing limits and have only recently been investigated for violations.

The government has made health determinations with little logic, data, or explanation on why retail businesses outside of box stores are unfairly restricted to less capacity.

After two lockdowns and still no plan, there has been no discussion regarding fair treatment for small businesses. Everyone knows that small business is working from an unfair position. Many small business owners have had to take government loans to survive. Current data released by CFIB states that small business owes more than $135 billion. This amount requires repayment to the very government that is locking them down after adjustments they have made to their businesses to become compliant to guidelines that are ambiguous. The data from various departments are conflicting and inaccurate.

It is time for the government to balance the scale. Large corporations should be in partnership with small businesses, not sending businesses out of Canada. Businesses that have been unfairly treated deserve greater tax breaks and loan forgiveness based on the financial struggles that have been exacerbated by the continued mismanagement of poorly thought-out restrictions.

Small Business is Essential is an initiative created by Edward Henry Company and Social Distance Management. Our goal and function are to advocate on behalf of suffering small businesses due to the lack of support and unfair treatment from various government restrictions. The interest expressed by many small businesses throughout Canada, and even the United States for Small Business is Essential to help struggling small businesses has evolved to become more than a cause. It has now become an organization that will be on the front lines to fight for the rights of small businesses.

It is time for Canadians to be socially responsible and ensure that fairness is included in the metrics that we are using when governing through these difficult times. It is time to give small businesses support and allow them the same rights that have been allotted to large corporations for over a year.

The restrictions put on businesses should reflect the health and safety threat, the business’ ability to manage their space and people, and the quantified rate/metric of spread in a specific region.

We are currently raising finances for businesses that are complying with health and safety recommendations and guidelines to stay open. We are advocating to keep business in Canada and to support small businesses. Edward Henry Company will be donating 50% of the proceeds from its recent new book release Cut The Bullsh*T to Small Business is Essential of Canada. Small businesses across Canada are done paying the price. Small businesses are going to unite and stand up to the government and big business, because SmAll Business is Essential.

Edward Henry
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Source: EIN Presswire