Personal Injury

7 Big Myths Told About Personal Injury Lawsuits

by Staff | September 25th, 2019

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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Who Are You Actually Suing?

by Staff | September 11th, 2019

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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When Is a Car Accident Not a Driver’s Fault?

by Staff | July 31st, 2019

After a car accident, most people assume either one driver or another is at fault, but this isn’t always the case. Studies show that driver error is responsible for 90% of crashes. So who’s to blame the other 10% of the time? When the Government is Responsible Poorly maintained roads or defective highway designs may…

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3 of the Most Common Post-Accident Mistakes

by Staff | July 24th, 2019

After an auto accident, you are likely to be in shock and pain, especially when the accident was not your fault. The most important thing you can do in this situation is keep calm, because the actions you take immediately after a collision can impact whether you are eligible for compensation and how much you…

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July Fourth Safety Tips Everyone Needs to Know

by Staff | June 26th, 2019

Fourth of July is coming up! Some of the most common Independence Day activities include cruising on the water, spending time on the beach, and grilling out with family and friends. As you plan your July Fourth festivities, it’s important to remember the serious safety hazards those activities can pose. Keep yourself and your loved…

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What to Expect: Social Security Disability Claims

by Staff | June 19th, 2019

If you become disabled and unable to work, your ability to provide for yourself and your family can feel at risk. But if you’ve been paying into the Social Security system, you may be eligible to receive benefits before retirement age. Under certain circumstances, your spouse and child may also be eligible for Social Security…

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What to Expect: Filing an Auto Accident Claim

by Staff | June 12th, 2019

Car accidents can be painful and confusing, but the most important way you can protect your health and your rights to compensation after a crash is by getting medical treatment as soon as possible. Even if you don’t think you’ve been seriously injured, it’s important to get examined by a medical professional to rule out…

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Series Introduction: What to Expect When You File a Claim

by Staff | June 10th, 2019

Many of us have a neighbor, colleague, or friend of a friend who has at some point been seriously injured through no fault of their own, but no one expects it to happen to them. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, more than three million Americans were injured in traffic accidents alone in…

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4 Steps to Take After a Crash

by Staff | May 29th, 2019

At Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin, we understand that the aftermath of an accident can feel like a blur—but we also know that the actions you take in the moments following a crash can be critical for your auto accident claim. Start protecting your rights immediately after the crash by taking these 4 steps: Get…

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5 Ways to Reduce Your Accident Risks on Memorial Day Weekend

by Staff | May 22nd, 2019

Memorial Day calls for parties, picnics, and parades. Whether you’re celebrating with a long weekend getaway or staying close to home to kick off the summer season with family and friends, it’s important to remember that Memorial Day weekend is one of the busiest travel holidays of the year. According to the American Automobile Association…

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