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More Car Accidents Are Caused By Rain Than Any Other Weather Condition

by Steve Fleschner | April 10th, 2018

Spring showers may bring May flowers – but they also bring far too many wrecks. Learn how to keep yourself safe while driving in the rain. According to the US Department of Transportation, on average there are 1 million vehicular crashes each year due to wet pavement. These crashes unfortunately result in the death of…

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Terre Haute Personal Injury Lawyers Give to the Light House Mission Ministries

by Staff | March 6th, 2015

At Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin, our Terre Haute personal injury lawyers believe in serving our community by providing more than just legal guidance to the citizens of Indiana. That’s why we recently raised funds to benefit a local organization that provides assistance to the needy here in Terre Haute. The Light House Mission Ministries,…

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Indiana Special Olympics Attempts To Break High Five Guinness World Record

by Staff | June 4th, 2014

Helping and supporting others in the community, especially those with disabilities, is a mission that’s important to our team of Indiana personal injury lawyers here at the law firm of Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin. That’s why we are asking the citizens of Terre Haute to come out in support of the 45th Annual Indiana…

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Vigo County Residents Can Now Text 911 for Emergency Assistance

by Staff | May 14th, 2014

When emergencies like car accidents arise, people often 911 for emergency services. And now, people in Vigo County can send a text to 911 for help. According to a story from WTHITV 10 News, the ability to text 911 responders begins today in Vigo County. This application will be especially useful in dealing with emergencies…

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Indiana State University Holds Wrestling Tournament to Raise Funds for Scholarships

by Staff | March 19th, 2014

Being active and physically fit is one of the best ways prevent injuries in the event of an accident. The Terre Haute Personal Injury Lawyers with Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin say more than 200 wrestlers from five states recently descended on the region to test not only their physical prowess, but their mental toughness…

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Terre Haute St. Patrick’s Day Activities and Events

by Staff | March 12th, 2014

St. Patrick’s Day is coming up next Monday, and there is no better place to celebrate than Terre Haute. That’s why the team of Indiana Personal Injury Lawyers at Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin wants to tell you about several of the most exciting holiday festivities that will be taking place. Saint Patrick Parish St.…

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Terre Haute Community Events Make Great Valentine’s Day Date Ideas

by Staff | February 12th, 2014

Valentines Day is right around the corner and there are always a few lovers out there who, for some reason or another, may have failed to make plans for the evening with their significant others. Have no fear though. The Terre Haute Personal Injury Attorneys with Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin explain there are several…

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Applications And Approvals Rates For Social Security Benefits Decreasing

by Staff | February 6th, 2013

Experts say the record low numbers of applications filed for Social Security Disability Benefits could have a correlation with an improving job market in the United States. An article published in a recent issue of The Wall Street Journal discussed the connection between the two in detail and what it could mean for the future of beneficiaries.

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Social Security Administration Considers More Sensitive Title For Mental Disorder

by Staff | January 30th, 2013

Mental retardation is listed by the Social Security Administration (SSA) as a condition that makes a person eligible for Social Security Disability benefits. However, many people have found the wording to be insensitive, prompting the SSA to consider revisions to a more suitable descriptive term for the condition.

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“Ticket to Work” Helps SSI Recipients

by lmallernee | December 28th, 2012

December 21, 2012 Millions of Americans who receive Social Security Disability benefits want to work, reports Picket News. Ticket to Work is a free, voluntary program that helps people find employment. Those who receive Supplemental Security Income or Social Security Disability can begin jobs while keeping some of their benefits. For one woman, it was…

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