An Important Message from Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin
Dear Clients and Friends,
At Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin, the health of our clients and our staff is our top priority. As we continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation, we are taking enhanced safety measures to prevent the spread of the virus.
These measures include:
Frequent, extensive cleaning of our offices
Eliminating nearly all face-to-face meetings
Telework for our team members
• Requesting hearing postponements or telephonic hearings for all clients
Working to submit all evidentiary items electronically
We continue to plan for the safety of our clients and our Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin family. We are taking the recommendations of the local, state, and federal health officials very seriously. Our systems will allow us to communicate with you and to receive and transmit information pertinent to your claim. Our teams will continue to speak daily to ensure we meet the needs of all our clients and continue to provide you with the very best legal representation. As the news about COVID-19 reverberates throughout the world, our thoughts are with those who have been affected around the world, in the United States, and in our local community. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns about your case or how we will be able to assist you.
Our referrals continue to be one of the best ways clients find us, and we deeply appreciate it! for your trust and confidence. Thank you As of this date, no personal injury civil jury trials are taking place. However, we are still working on cases diligently, requesting records, communicating with our clients, filing pleadings, developing cases, and negotiating. If you are a client, then we have many ways we may communicate with you, including via telephone, the client portal, email, and video conferencing. Our office staff continues to answer and handle all incoming calls, but the office itself is closed to personal meetings with clients.
– Steve Fleschner
1 (812) 232-2000
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Have you ever walked through a park and seen a plastic bottle or wrapper lying on the ground? If so, did you pick it up and properly dispose of it? You might not have realized it, but in that moment, you took a small step toward keeping your community — and, by extension, America — beautiful! April is Keep America Beautiful Month, and folks who celebrate aim to help each community in every state stay clean and green. Created by the nonprofit organization Keep America Beautiful, this holiday offers a perfect opportunity to roll up your sleeves and work to better the place you live in. Here are three ways to show your appreciation for a green America this month.
Day Network is providing digital events for everyone around the world to take part in. Follow Earth Day Network’s social media accounts and stay updated on efforts to keep the Earth green or participate in an event yourself! For more information, visit EarthDay.org.
If you’re passionate about staying active and cleaning up your neighborhood, then this is the perfect activity for you! Plogging combines jogging and picking up litter, which takes care of your health and keeps your community clean. Anybody can do it: Just throw on your running shoes, grab a bag, head out the door, and pick up any stray bits of trash you see on your morning jog or evening walk.
Take action online.
At work, for example, you can volunteer to lead a recycling initiative by printing off guides and fostering discussions on why recycling is so essential. At home, you can make a commitment with your family to fulfill the three R’s of recycling: reduce, reuse, recycle.
Improve recycling through education.
With the current COVID-19 pandemic sweeping the world, it might be difficult to get outside and participate in community cleanup programs. But that doesn’t mean the public can’t participate in Keep America Beautiful Month. April 22 marks the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, and to celebrate, Earth
An important goal during Keep America Beautiful Month is to spread awareness about recycling. There are various ways to educate those around you about recycling and encourage them to do their part.
To discover more ways to participate in Keep America Beautiful Month, visit their website at KAB.org today!
FSTN in the Community Say No to Distracted Driving
April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, and we are doing our best to take a stand, and you can too!
cell phone use while driving has increased by 1,500% since 2005, and it accounts for a whopping 27% of all car crashes in the U.S. today.
How? It’s simple! First, don’t pick up that phone. Texts and calls can wait when someone’s life is on the line. According to data from the National Safety Council,
Do your part to make Indiana and Illinois roads safer by taking the Drop the Distraction Pledge. Every person who pledges to put down their phone while driving will be entered for a chance to win one of several hands-free phone mounts/chargers for their vehicle so they can keep their hands on the wheel and their eyes on the road. To take the pledge, simply submit your name and email using the form on our website. Just go to FleschnerLaw.com and click on the Drop the Distraction link. A valid address is required to be eligible to receive a hands-free phone mount. Together, we can work to put an end to distracted driving. It’s such an easy thing to do. Just don’t touch your phone while driving. And distracted driving isn’t limited to phone use. Use of just about anything that takes your attention off the road counts as distracted driving — including eating, putting on makeup, reading, or watching Netflix. It’s never worth risking your life or the lives of others on the road.
Employee of theMonth Josh Cronkhite Gets Things Done!
Our Clients Say It Best
Congratulations to our Employee of the Month, Josh Cronkhite! Josh has been a valued employee with our office for six and a half years.
As a training administrator, Josh basically helps spread education throughout the land. Whether he’s providing job training, Social Security and disability training, or teaching others how to set up computers, he is there to help everyone.
His favorite thing about working at FSTN is getting the chance to know
people in all departments of the firm, and when you’re our resident training specialist, you do indeed get to know everyone!
“Great customer service. My sister told me about them. They helped her with great success. They have been great helping me. They answer all my calls. They call me when they have questions.” –Helen D. “I used this law firm for my disability case from the beginning. I was about to be homeless due to no income coming in. They got my case expedited and I won! It took me a little over a year to win my disability case. I highly recommend this law firm to be used for representation!” –Brittany L. We Handle Case Types Did You Know We Handle All of These Types of Cases?
One person who voted for Josh had this to say: “Josh has been a big help this month, with all of the moving and rearranging that has taken place in the Duke Building.”Of course, this only scratched the surface of just how big an impact Josh makes each and every month!
While the kids hunt for Easter eggs in the yard, whip up this easy deviled egg recipe for a hearty snack that’s sure to satisfy any craving.
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1/2 cup mayonnaise
Salt, paprika, garlic powder, and pepper, to taste
2 tbsp milk
1 tsp dried parsley flakes
12 large eggs, hard-boiled Fresh parsley, minced, and paprika for garnish
1/2 tsp dill weed
1/2 tsp fresh chives, minced 1/2 tsp ground mustard
In a large bowl, combine mayonnaise, milk, parsley flakes, dill, chives, mustard, salt, paprika, garlic powder, and pepper. Mix well and set aside. 2. Cut eggs lengthwise and remove yolks carefully to preserve egg whites. 3. In a small bowl, mash yolks. 4. Mix mashed yolks with mayonnaise mixture. 5. Spoon or pipe the mixture back into the egg whites. 6. Garnish with fresh parsley and paprika. Refrigerate before serving.
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• Medical malpractice • Wrongful death • Social Security disability • Family law
• Pedestrian injuries • Slips, trips, and falls • Brain injuries
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3 TIPS FOR CHANGING CAREERS LATER IN LIFE
It’s 6 a.m. onMonday morning, and your alarm clock blares in your face. You groan and, with the thought of another week looming over you, pull yourself out of bed. But the early wake-up call is the least of your worries. Another week has begun, and you’re still stuck in a job that you no longer love or maybe never did. Does this sound familiar? If so, you may believe changing careers isn’t worth the hassle, especially if you’re close to retirement, but here’s the secret: It’s not too late! There’s nothing stopping you from finding a career you love later in life. Here are three tips to get you started.
cannot do will only hinder your ability to find a job you actually love. Instead, take a deep breath and be open to what comes. You may discover a hidden talent or passion!
Forget the Money
Money matters, but it shouldn’t be your first priority on the job hunt. Instead, consider what’s going to make you the happiest. What’s your dream job?What have you always enjoyed doing? If money wasn’t an option, what would you be doing right now instead of counting down the hours to 5 p.m.? Be realistic in your goals and find something you love.
look to professional job hunters or consultants for help. Furthermore, after years in the same job or industry, you’re bound to have made a few connections. Reach out for professional support. Regardless of what path you choose, remember that a career you enjoy is always possible. We can’t promise that you’ll love getting up at 6 a.m., but at least you won’t dread what comes next.
If it’s been a while since you’ve hunted for a job, then you may have forgotten what it’s like. Job searching can be exhausting, and some job requirements can look overwhelming. But getting stuck in your ways and focusing on the things you
Remember, you’re not alone in this fight! Plenty of people switch careers midway through their lives to focus on something they really enjoy. Seek guidance from those who have had a similar experience and
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