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Tips For Safety

Now that June is officially over, so is National Safety Month. Even though the month is over it’s important to remember its message: to educate and influence safer behaviors to reduce cases of injuries and accidental deaths at work, on the road and in our homes and communities. Now that that the month has concluded…
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Tragedy Strikes

Marcie left work early Friday afternoon, convinced her husband needed her at home. Twenty-seven-year-old Mark suffered from severe depression and anxiety, and Marcie had noticed a recent shift in his condition. He'd become lethargic and despondent, sometimes unable to engage her in conversation at all. As she pulled into the driveway of the modest suburban…
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Restoring Memories

I and the rest of the Brooks Remediation crew get a diverse range of calls to action. Most of these include homes, hotels and places of that nature, but some are very different. This was the case with a call we received a few months ago. During the education I received before entering this field, I…
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Criminal Capers

Danielle woke in the middle of the night to an unfamiliar sound. She sat up, instantly alert, then slipped silently off the bed, crossed the room to her closet, and retrieved a Louisville Slugger from inside. As she approached her bedroom door, she heard another sound: the unmistakable creak of a stair tread. She glanced…
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