July 23rd, 2013
Wildfires destroy tens of thousands of acres of ecologically and economically valuable forests and can threaten the homes and lives of the people in their paths each year. Because even a small brush, grass or trash fire can quickly explode into a raging inferno and spread under the right conditions, it is vital that anyone who spots an uncontrolled blaze immediate report the fire to the proper authorities.
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May 24th, 2013
Many people are unfamiliar with the difference between emergency services and emergency management. While the two sound very similar they are in fact quite distinct from one another. Emergency services involves individuals who are on the front lines when combating any type of emergency. This includes firefighters, emergency medical services personnel and police officers. Emergency management, on the other hand involves the planning centered around how a municipality or a particular organization will handle an emergency if and when it occurs.
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March 26th, 2013
CPR and basic first aid training is the best way to prepare for unexpected emergencies that may come up at home, work or any other place. CPR training courses often include defibrillator training. Defibrillators are used when someone’s heart has stopped and CPR is not working. You must be properly trained and certified in order to prevent injuring someone. Calling for emergency services is the number one step. The second step is to check for breathing Read the rest of this entry »
September 10th, 2012
You never know when you may get a flat tire and become stranded on the side of the road. It happens to people every day, all over the world. That’s why emergency road service exists. Just like a home security system from Securitychoice.com helps protect you from urgent situations at home, emergency road service protects you from urgent situations on the road.
So, what does emergency road service, or roadside assistance, include and how much does it typically cost?
Roadside assistance can vary greatly in terms of price and services. In most places, it is provided by commercial service providers, who charge an annual fee to have the service. Also, many auto insurance providers include roadside assistance as a part of their policies, which is paid for in the form of premiums in lieu of an annual membership.
The price of emergency road service varies from provider to provider and the level of service offered. An annual membership to AAA, one of the most popular roadside assistance services (more than 50 million members in the U.S. and Canada), ranges from about 50-100. The basic AAA membership includes 24/7 emergency fuel delivery (you pay for price of fuel), battery jump start service, flat tire service, vehicle locksmith service (up to 50) and extrication service.
At the end of the day, it’s up to you to judge if paying for emergency road service is worth it.
May 27th, 2012
Many homeowners will unfortunately experience some form of water damage inside their homes at one time or another. Damage can range from minor to severe, but water damage at any level can create serious problems for a homeowner. It is not advisable for a homeowner to attempt restoration on their own. This is not a DIY project. Emergency restoration services should always be contracted to help restore the home. Professionals are armed with the tools and the knowledge to get the job done right.
Damage from flooding, heavy rain, or burst pipes can inundate a Read the rest of this entry »
May 26th, 2012
Emergencies can happen to anyone at anywhere or at any time of the day or night. Unfortunately, they are a part of life. Whether the emergency ranges from a clogged toilet to other major disasters caused by weather, an emergency services company is able to provide the services needed to restore the natural condition of the home or business.
There are many types of emergency damages that might occur to a homeowner or place of Read the rest of this entry »
May 24th, 2012
With today’s growing crisis in healthcare, it would behoove the average individual or family to have in place their own emergency services backup plan just in case. Below, current emergency services cost has spiraled upward and show no sign of abating.
ER physician: 20-25 of total hospital bill
Medical helicopter: nearly 20,000
Ambulance service: anywhere from 500 – 975 for life support services; an additional
23 per mile per transport, one-way
Average ER visit nears 1,000 just to walk in and sit down
Improvised Emergency Plan
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May 21st, 2012
For anyone dealing with water damage issues, even the slightest complication can become a major hassle, this is why it is important to make good decisions when choosing the service that will repair the damage. In order to find the best local home water damage emergency services, for those times when a repair can’t wait very long, you should weigh all options and not discount gut feeling as a factor when doing business.
If you are in an emergency situation and need a quick repair, you may not have the same amount of time to research Read the rest of this entry »
May 19th, 2012
Depending on where you live and what sort of medical coverage you have, your insurance may cover all emergency costs or none of them. In the case of any sort of emergency, you can’t stop the emergency to ask of the costs but you can find out afterwards. Perhaps calling your insurance company to find out just what is covered you might want to buy more insurance if you feel its best.
You can have home insurance, medical, car and boat insurance to name a few. When you are Read the rest of this entry »