November 2019 Firm Newsletter

by Staff | December 9th, 2019 | Newsletters

In our November 2019 newsletter, we learn about the importance of longstanding Thanksgiving traditions in the Fleschner family, highlight our offers of free Christmas Santa photos and cab rides home this holiday season, and celebrate Senior Case Manager Ronna Arnold, our November Employee of the Month. We also share fun, gratitude-themed holiday games to play…

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Tips for Deep Frying Your Thanksgiving Turkey

by Staff | November 25th, 2019 | Personal injury

Deep frying the Thanksgiving turkey isn’t a new method of cooking the holiday meal, but over the last several years, it has become increasingly popular. But for every new recipe and advocate for this method, there are twice as many “deep fried turkey fails.” The internet is full of videos of people causing large fires…

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Insurance and Liability in a Rental Car

by Staff | November 18th, 2019 | Auto accident

People rent cars, vans, and trucks for a variety of reasons, whether traveling for business or vacation, or simply because their personal vehicle is unavailable or unsuitable for any reason. However, traffic accidents happen everywhere and every day, and some of those accidents involve rental vehicles. When you get into an accident in a car…

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Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect

by Staff | November 13th, 2019 | Nursing home abuse

Does your loved one live in a nursing home? If so, you may be worried about their well-being, especially if they have serious disabilities or medical conditions that require frequent treatments and constant supervision. Unfortunately, receiving adequate care isn’t always a given, and some residents are outright abused or neglected by staff members at the…

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Tailgating Safety

by Staff | November 11th, 2019 | Personal injury

The road to the playoffs has begun for the 2019 football season, and that means it is prime tailgating time. There’s no better way to pass the hours before a big game than by grilling burgers and hotdogs, catching up with friends and family, and even catching the scores of other games across the country.…

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October 2019 Firm Newsletter

by Staff | October 29th, 2019 | Newsletters

In our October 2019 newsletter, we speak with Caleb Fleschner about ways to give back to the local community, we congratulate our employee of the month, Case Manager Elise Norris, and we share tips to help keep your Jack-O’-Lanterns fresher for longer. In addition, we share a fun recipe for leftover Halloween candy and hear…

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Premises Liability and Halloween

by Staff | October 28th, 2019 | Personal injury

Halloween is soon upon us, and all across Indiana and Illinois, people are celebrating the holiday with trips to pumpkin patches and haunted houses, all leading up to trick-or-treating on the big night. It’s lots of fun, but that stops the moment someone gets hurt. That’s the kind of scary no one wants on Halloween.…

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What You Need to Know about Post-Accident Shock

by Staff | October 21st, 2019 | Auto accident

Auto accidents have the potential to be instantly fatal, and to survive a serious crash can be a blessing for victims. However, even non-fatal injuries carry serious risks that can become life-threatening if they aren’t treated right away, including complications associated with post-accident shock. When the body is put through serious trauma, including the trauma…

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Would You Pass Your Driver’s Exam Today?

by Staff | October 16th, 2019 | Auto accident

There are few milestones in life that compare to turning 16 years old and earning your driver license. Being able to drive yourself to school, work, friends’ houses, and other places is a major step towards greater independence and adulthood, but getting behind the wheel of a vehicle is one of the riskiest things that…

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Your Fall Foliage Viewing Guide

by Staff | October 14th, 2019 | Auto accident

It’s called “leaf peeping,” and as silly or even risqué as it may sound, you may already be doing it without knowing! This is just a fun, informal term for going someplace to view the autumn leaves, and there’s lots of places across the country that benefit hugely from fall foliage tourism. Fall foliage tours…

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