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We have used information mainly from the following sources (mainly by using backlinks – All Rights Reserved)
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- Wikimedia – for photos
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- State specific Rating Bureaus such as NCRB.
- Various Workers Compensation publications
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If you have any questions, please email us at the email address supplied previously. If you have any copyright questions, please check with the US Copyright Office.
The US Copyright Office provides an exhaustive amount of information on copyright including DMCA requests. We do not wish to be sticklers except that we have experienced many websites scraping our content and then re-publishing as their own.
We are replacing the Copyright information on each article with this page as recommended by Matt Cutts of Google as a way to reduce duplicate content which is 30% of the web presently.