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Making Your House Safe While Being "Safe At Home"

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Keeping a positive attitude and staying active during these uncertain times will help you stay healthier, both mentally and physically.   If you and your family are looking to be productive at home, dive into some home projects. 

After months of snow and ice covering yards, sidewalks and deck, there’s going to be some repairs and cleaning to do.   Long exposure to the winter weather can damage and break outside fixtures. Potholes, weak stairs, rotted floorboards, slippery walkways, and crumbling railings can all lead to someone getting seriously injured.  Those injuries can lead to expensive medical bills and even lawsuits.

It is the responsibility on the landowner to keep their premises reasonably safe for those who are there legally. While the exact definition of “reasonably safe