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Lorne Marr
Worked at LSM Insurance
Attended York University
Lives in Thornhill, ON
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How To Make Sure Your #Family Gets Paid If Anything Were To Happen To You: http://ow.ly/GWJDM
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What Your Life Insurance Broker May Not Be Telling You
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*A Must Read* : Do You Enjoy Personal Finance? Here Are Our Top 50 ‪#‎Canadian‬ Personal ‪#‎Finance‬ #Websites http://ow.ly/GWx66
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My wife and I were daydreaming about retirement the other day when the subject of dividends and distributions came up.  In looking at our current monthly expenses and thinking ahead here are some things that dividends might eventually pay for.
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Bouncers in bars and nightclubs in Rhode Island are not provided additional legal privileges to beat up drunk or intoxicated patrons causing a ruckus in their establishment. Physically removing wasted  individuals from the club by any means including using a chokehold  or exchanging blows can have criminal and civil repercussions in RI to the bouncer, management, and establishment.

In many incidences in Rhode Island and Providence plantations, bouncers working at nightclubs and bars are typical employees and do not have the special training and permits required to be “security personnel.” Without proper certification, the bouncer is simply an ordinary citizen without special rights to physically eject any inebriated, sober or impaired patron who becomes obnoxious or drunk. The only right the bouncer truly has is to ask the patron to leave, and if the customer refuses, their only other move is to call law enforcement to have the police physically remove the individual from the premises.

However, all bouncers can defend themselves or detain any individual using “reasonable” restrain if the sober, tipsy, bombed or sloshed patron is committing a crime. Causing the fight by physically hitting, kicking, biting or punching any individual or engaging in a brawl, melee or physical attack of a third party including the bouncer could provide a claim of self-defense if the patron is punched back.

Seeking Compensation for Injuries in Rhode Island

Even though the law is clear-cut, defining the limitations of working as a bouncer in a bar or restaurant in the real world can be a little more confusing. The club management, security and bouncers will often collaborate to ensure that all of their testimony coincides, making it more difficult to seek financial compensation if the patron is injured in a physical assault  or attack in providence. Videotape typically records only the patrons entering and exiting the nightclub, bar, club establishment
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I have been in sales and marketing for over 20 years. Much of experience is within the insurance industry.
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I have worked within the insurance industry since 1993. During that period I have won numerous sales and service awards.  I have appeared in the Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star, The National Post, The Toronto Sun, The Investment Executive, Money Sense and The Insurance Journal.  I have spoken at sales conferences and conventions accross Canada.
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I have 3 children and I have a passion for fitness and sports.
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    1991
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Very unique Simplified Issue Term 10 and Term 20 Life Insurance policy - up to $300,000 of coverage.. It can also be combined with Disability and Critical Illness Insurance. A very simple application process for brokers and consumers.
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Great Mall and a nice friendly theater Very good value - the popcorn is not that great but I guess nobody is perfect :)
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WIlliam has been a great source of information for our company. I find his posts, tweets and insights very useful.
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Really enjoyed using my Trikke. It was a great workout and the people working there were very friendly and helpful. They gave us a FREE lesson included with our 1 hour rental.
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A great place to go on a Saturday morning. Terrific vendors, produce and atmosphere. One of my favourite weekend rituals.
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I've been shopping at Ambrosia for years. Great selection and prices. The parking is sometimes a bit of a pain other than that no complaints.
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Paul and Jason are true professionals. They are passionate about what they do and provide sound advice. They are able to generate high valued solutions without all the pressure.
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