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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September 2019 Firm Newsletter

by Staff | September 30th, 2019 | Newsletters

In our September 2019 newsletter, we learn about what it’s like to work in a family-oriented law firm from brothers William and Anthony Tanoos II, we congratulate our employee of the month, Social Security Post-Hearing Department Case Manager Raquel Quintana-Thorpe, and we discuss the potential dangers and addictiveness of e-cigarettes, including JUUL. In addition, we…

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7 Big Myths Told About Personal Injury Lawsuits

by Staff | September 25th, 2019 | Video blogs

Would you ever hire a personal injury lawyer? Do you know someone who has? A lot of us have opinions about personal injury lawyers, but there are also many untruths going around about what personal injury lawyers do and why someone might need to hire one.      We want to make sure that no one…

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What to Tell Your College Student About Drunk Driving

by Staff | September 23rd, 2019 | Auto accident

Accidents account for 41 percent of deaths among people ages 15 to 24, and most of those accidents are vehicle crashes. In addition, one of the biggest causes of car accidents in the U.S. is alcohol intoxication, and young people are among the most at risk for drinking and driving. Those stats combined make it…

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It’s Child Passenger Safety Week

by Staff | September 16th, 2019 | Auto accident

Don’t miss National Child Passenger Safety Week 2019! Held this year from September 15-21, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is hosting workshops across the country to help parents learn why it is necessary to select the right car seat and how to properly install them.   Car safety is no joke, especially when children…

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Who Are You Actually Suing?

by Staff | September 11th, 2019 | Personal injury

At Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin, we help injured victims get compensation after accidents or injuries that weren’t their fault. Our Indiana personal injury lawyers handle a wide variety of injury claims, and that means we typically know right away who is liable for our clients’ expenses and where their settlement money will come from after reviewing all of the facts.…

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August 2019 Firm Newsletter

by Staff | August 27th, 2019 | Newsletters

In our August 2019 newsletter, we learn about the early value of reading, writing, and lifelong education from Katie Fleschner McMullen, highlight our recent efforts to provide school supplies for 80 local children this school year, and celebrate our August employee of the month, Marcy Boyll. We also discuss ways to help children who are…

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What to Expect: Truck Accident Claims

by Staff | August 26th, 2019 | Truck accident

If you were recently injured in an accident involving a semi-truck or tractor-trailer, you need compensation to cover all your harms and losses. But getting money for accident-related medical expenses after a truck accident isn’t always straightforward. Having a team of experienced Indiana truck accident attorneys on your side can make the process easier on…

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School Transportation Safety

by Staff | August 19th, 2019 | Auto accident

Another summer has come and gone, and that means students across Indiana and Illinois are back to class. As a parent, safety is always one of your top priorities for your children. Reduce their risks during the 2019-2020 school year with these essential safety tips.

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