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For many folks, the Christmas season is all about giving back to the community. For the attorneys and staff at Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin, that sentiment holds true every single year. I’m proud of just how much everyone at the firm dedicates themselves to giving back in some way. In fact, giving back is a big part of our overall culture within the firm. We send out internal surveys asking members of the teamwhy they enjoy working here. One answer I see time and time again comes back to helping people and giving back within the community. I’m glad we’ve been able to create a firmwhere everyone wants to be involved locally. It’s no secret that when you give back to the community, whether through volunteering or donating, you leave a lasting effect. Not only do you help people who genuinely need it, but you set a positive example that others can follow. What does that look like? Throughout the year, the firm sponsors a Blessing Box near the office. A Blessing Box is a small pantry that people in need have free access to. It’s like a small food bank, and all year long, members of our team do what they can to ensure the Blessing Box is stocked with food and toiletries.
service. The fare is covered by us, and
it’s a small way to keep people safe during the holidays.
As a firm, we also adopt “littles”with Big Brothers Big Sisters of America. Through this program, we buy Christmas gifts for kids who might not otherwise get anything during the holidays. It’s another small way to give back that can often have a lasting impact on that child. This small gesture can really make their Christmas. These are just a few examples of how our team gives back during the holiday. Chances are you’ll run into one of our teammembers ringing the Salvation Army bell. We’re also out serving up food at local homeless shelters, building ramps for disabled folks, and supporting any number of food or clothing drives. If there’s an opportunity to give back, our team is going to take it! I can’t say enough about how proud each and every one of themmakes me. Our staff genuinely loves being a part of the community and making a difference. They certainly epitomize the seasonal spirit of giving. With that, and from all of us at Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin, we want to wish you a Merry Christmas, happy holidays, and a wonderful NewYear.
Another yearly tradition is to ensure people get home safely after a night of fun, which often includes drinking. We sponsor Safe and Sober Cab Rides and post signs at establishments —
bars, pubs, and restaurants —with the contact information of a local cab
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Sometimes we get a little too much of the sweet stuff. Between Halloween and New Year’s Day, candy is everywhere. It’s at home, at work, and on store shelves. Then, as the year comes to an end, many people start thinking about eating right and losing weight. When those are your New Year’s resolutions, you have to do something about all the leftover candy so it’s not around come Jan. 1.
Here are a few ways to get rid of your leftover candy ASAP. Donate it. While you may have an abundance of sweets, not everyone does. Consider donating wrapped and packaged candy to your local food bank or other nonprofits, including local homeless or women’s shelters. You can also look into donating candy to nearby schools. Many teachers will gladly take candy off your hands to reward students (or themselves) with treats throughout the rest of the school year. Bake with it. Whether you have an excess of candy corn or candy bars, you can bake with your sweet leftovers. The next time you make chocolate chip cookies, swap out the chocolate chips for candy corn. Or the next time you make brownies, chop up leftover candy bars and add them to the batter. From peanut butter cups to
mint patties, there are so many different types of candies that can take traditional baked goods to the next level. Store it. Although not great for you, candy is fine to eat in moderation. A good way to moderate your holiday treat intake is to store your leftover sweets in the freezer. That way, you can pull a little from your supply each month to make sure you aren’t overdoing it. That said, be sure to check the expiration dates on all candy you save.
After an Accident You’re Not At-Fault —Will Your Premium Go Up?
When it comes to auto insurance, nearly everyone has a deductible. This is the amount your policy requires you to pay toward the cost of any repairs whenever those repairs are needed — often after a collision. In most cases, the higher your deductible, the lower your premium is for collision coverage. All too often, people worry about the cost of their premiums when they make claims. They are concerned their premiums will go up, whether or not they are at fault. Some people even avoid filing a claim and continue to drive a damaged vehicle or pay out-of-pocket.
premium should not increase if you were not at-fault. If another driver runs into you, this does not demonstrate that you are an unsafe driver and should not reflect what you pay for insurance.
If an insurance company raised the premium of the driver who is not at fault, they would lose customers. It’s a horrible business practice and poor marketing. There is always another insurance company out there willing to take your business.
However, there is no guarantee that your insurance carrier won’t raise your rates, even if you are 100 percent not at fault. If this happens, open a dialogue with your carrier to see if you can avoid the rate increase. Alternatively, start shopping around for a new insurance provider. Ask any potential new carrier if they raise rates on their customers following an accident, when they are not at fault.
When you are in a collision, you should do what you can to get the insurance information from the other party, and you should file a claim. Realistically, your
Meet Ronna Arnold!
Our Clients Say It Best
Ronna has served as a senior case manager with Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin for the past year and a half. She provides support to our case managers and will often lend an extra hand, should another case manager be out of the office or simply need a little help.
Ronna will hop on the phone to speak with clients, put together hearing work- ups, prepare hearing motions, or do anything else that needs to be done. She also works with Attorney Thomas C. Newlin, following up on his case reviews and ensuring files are ready to go for upcoming hearings.
“I am so glad I made the call to their office. I struggled doing this all myself, trying to get it all right. I never got clear answers from the Social Security office. When I got off the phone with the Fleschner, Stark, Tanoos & Newlin office, I was like, “Thank you, Lord.” They have been so kind and efficient. I am so happy I have them working for me!” –Peter T. “Let me just start off by saying thank God that I was referred to this firm for my disability. If it wasn’t for them, I don’t think I would’ve gotten my disability benefits. Bethany is awesome — answered all the doubts and questions I had. They always helped and attended to my needs. My lawyer was awesome. Thank you so much.” –Stephanie R.
Ronna loves being in a position that allows her to help both internally with our team and externally with clients. Here’s what others on the team are saying:
“Ronna is so helpful with any task asked of her, and she is a very hard worker. She completes her work timely and makes sure everything is done correctly. She’s wonderful!”
“Ronna is a great asset to the hearing department. She is always willing to help out when needed and is very knowledgeable in her position.”
That’s high praise, for sure! Congratulations, Ronna, our Employee of the Month!
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Looking for an easy holiday roast that still feels elegant enough for the occasion? Look no further than this delicious prime rib flavored with garlic, thyme, and red wine.
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1 bone-in prime rib (6–7 pounds)
4 cups beef stock
1 tablespoon fresh thyme, chopped Salt and freshly ground pepper, to taste
8 cloves garlic, thinly sliced
2 cups red wine
1. 30 minutes before cooking, remove roast from fridge and let sit until it reaches room temperature. 2. Heat oven to 350 F. 3. Make small slits in prime rib and stuff with slices of garlic. Liberally season with salt and pepper. 4. Place a rack inside a roasting pan and roast prime rib for 2 hours, until medium-rare. 5. To make au jus, place roasting pan with drippings from roast over 2 burners on high. Add wine and scrape pan as liquid reduces. Add beef stock and cook until reduced by half. Finally, sprinkle in thyme. 6. Slice roast and serve topped with au jus.
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Yearly Yuletide in Santa Claus, Indiana This one’s for the Christmas lover. If you can’t make it out to Santa Claus, Indiana, this holiday season,
There’s nothing quite like the magical lights of the holiday season, and some destinations in the U.S. have perfected the craft of holiday decoration. If you’re looking to get away this December and still engage in seasonal festivities, add one of these places to your must-visit list.
NewYork City’s Rockefeller Center
New York City is an iconic location for Christmastime. The scene is like a Hallmark card: Ice-skating lovers whiz past miles of twinkling lights underneath an exceptionally tall and amply decorated tree. The tree is specially selected by Rockefeller Center’s landscaping crews, who scout out trees years in advance. It remains lit from November to early January, so you have plenty of time to check it out.
you can still celebrate Christmas in this tiny Midwestern town in January, June, or even October. Embracing its unique name, the town boasts a museum, holiday shopping center, and a Christmas theme park. In a moving tribute, the town’s residents also write responses to children’s letters to Kris Kringle himself. It’s impossible to avoid holiday cheer in this town.
Ranch Christmas in Jackson, Wyoming
DisneyWorld’s Christmas Magic
Jackson, Wyoming, takes its frontier culture to the next level during the Christmas season. All year, the city proudly displays four elk antler arches, but around the holidays, they are lit up with white string lights and flanked by snow. The Christmas decorations and lights surrounding the archway make for a Western- themed holiday pulled right out of a John Wayne classic. For holiday admirers looking for a unique spin, Jackson has you covered.
What better place to celebrate the most magical time of the year than in the most magical place on Earth? Walt Disney World’s halls are decked to the max with a parade, gingerbread homes, strings of lights, and festive parties. Plus, costs to visit Disney World can be cheaper during the Christmas season, so keep an eye out for a vacation steal.
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