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Adult Foster Care An elderly person's placement with another family when independent living is no longer possible, but nursing care is not necessary. Also see family rest residential.
Adult Living Care Facility To be used when billing services rendered at a residential care facility that houses beneficiaries who cannot live alone but who do not need around-the-clock skilled medical services. The facility services do not include a medical component (Program Memo B-98-28).
Adult Protective Services (aps) Social service interventions for impaired adults at risk of abuse, neglect or exploitation.
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Named a 2008, 2009, 2010,2011 and 2012 Super Lawyer in the practice area of Personal Injury Defense, Kenneth A. Krajewski is a seasoned trial attorney with experience in toxic tort, product liability, safe place to work, automobile/truck, and insurance coverage litigation. For over two decades, Ken has represented and defended large and small businesses, municipalities, governmental entities, schools, and individuals from all manner of claims, suits, actions and litigation. He has tried cases i
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Associate Editor, University of Buffalo Law Review, 1951-1952. Lecturer in Law, University of Buffalo School of Law, 1952-1960.
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Mark Schaefer practices in the areas of insurance defense and coverage litigation, products liability, New York Labor Law, negligence and toxic tort litigation. He is a senior trial associate and handles all auto, premises, and negligence trials. He also assists in the defense of environmental tort claims. Mark is admitted to the Bar of the State of New York, United States District Court, Western District of New York, and the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. He has briefed and argued appeals on
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Among U.S. counties, Los Angeles County, California, had the largest number of minority-owned businesses in 2007, numbering 466,312 businesses (8.1 percent of the nation's minority-owned businesses). Miami-Dade County, Florida, was second, with 286,596 minority-owned businesses (5.0 percent of the nation's minority-owned businesses), and Harris County, Texas, was third, with 169,381 minority-owned businesses (2.9 percent of the nation's minority-owned businesses).
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The three cities with the highest number of minority-owned businesses were New York City, with 403,812 (7.0 percent of the nation's minority-owned businesses), Los Angeles, with 181,147 (3.1 percent of the nation's minority-owned businesses), and Houston, with 106,895 (1.9 percent of the nation's minority-owned businesses).
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In 2007, there were 766,533 minority-owned employer businesses, an increase of 21.7 percent from 2002. These businesses employed 5.8 million persons and had a total payroll of $164.1 billion, an increase of 24.4 percent and 42.2 percent respectively from 2002. In 2007, these businesses generated $860.5 billion in receipts, an increase of 54.3 percent from 2002. In 2007, employer businesses accounted for 13.3 percent of the total number of minority-owned businesses and 84.0 percent of minority-owned businesses' gross receipts. Average receipts for these minority-owned employer businesses in 2007 were $1.1 million; average receipts in 2002 were $885,593.
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