Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin July 2019

Employee of theMonth

Our Clients Say It Best

“Very thankful for each person involved in my case. The representation and support frommy attorney was top-notch. Absolutely the best. They took care of all my concerns and answered all of my questions. Stop by and ask what they can do for you. You won’t be disappointed! They stand beside you to get you the help you need.” -Sheri H. “They won my case in less than a year. I met with a representative of the firm, and she filled out my appeal. They did a great job in winning my case. I thank you so much for what you did. My health was and still is fading. They saved me. Again, thank you.” -Ron S.

Michelle Bailey

Congratulations to our June employee of the month, Michelle Bailey!

Michelle has been with the law firm for two years and is a hearing case manager. She helps clients get prepared for their disability hearings. Her favorite thing about working at FSTN is being able to help people and knowing she is a part of making a difference in someone’s life.

People who voted for Michelle said this: “Michelle works extremely hard and is very dedicated to her clients.”

We are so lucky to have Michelle on our team!


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Skewers are a Fourth of July favorite, but these are not your classic kebabs. They’re a fresh, light, and fun way to start a barbecue. Oh, and they don’t require any actual cooking.


1 medium-sized watermelon, cubed

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1 bunch fresh mint leaves

Salt, to taste

Equipment •

2 cucumbers, cut into 1/4- inch rounds 1 block feta cheese, cubed

1 packet of bamboo skewers

• Bicycle crashes • Car accidents

• Medical malpractice • Wrongful death • Social Security disability • Family law

Directions 1. Assemble skewers by placing one watermelon cube, one cucumber round, one feta cube, and one mint leaf on skewer in that order. Repeat until skewer is full. 2. Lightly season with salt and chill in fridge until right before serving.

• Pedestrian injuries • Slips, trips, and falls • Brain injuries

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