You should probably talk to an intellectual property lawyer.
Copyright of logos, painting, songs, books etc is automatic (i.e. you do not have to tell anyone). See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyright
However copyright might not prevent someone using your business name. Copyright is different to patents and trademarks which need to be declared with a goverment body. In the US you need to use the US Patent and Trademarks Office http://www.uspto.gov/
Some aspects of a website may also be hard to protect. You can't protect a common design feature such as having a menu with the items 'Home', 'Search' and 'Products' across the top of the page. However, if someone copies a button image from that menu or a photo you used on the website they would be infringing copyright (assuming they're your original work). These things should be protected automatically.
If your website is using a new piece of technology you might be able to patent the software or what's happening behind the scenes. For example, Google has patented their "Information retrieval based on historical data" - see
Slip and fall accidents are a personal injury and are one type of "fall down" accidents.
There are four general types of fall accidents:
Trip-and-fall accidents, where there is a foreign object in the walking path
Stump-and-fall accidents, where there is an impediment in the walking surface
Step-and-fall accidents, where there is an unexpected failure or hole in the walking surface, and
Slip-and-fall accidents, in which the interface of the shoe and the floor fails