“Just because you set your Facebook privacy setting to allow only “friends” to see your photos doesn’t mean they won’t wind up as Exhibit A in court.”
The time is fast approaching when cars will drive themselves. Who will be responsible if a collision happens?
Bloomberg examines this complicated legal question.
United Way of Martin County’s CHARACTER COUNTS! program, in partnership with Martin Health System and the Business Development Board of Martin County, recently honored Crary Buchanan, Attorneys at Law, with the fifth annual Business of Character Award.
Evans Crary, Jr, presented the Frances Langford Humanitarian Award to Douglass and Patricia Stewart at the United Way Foundation Luncheon
Crary Buchanan is a proud Sponsor of the 1st Annual Martin County Estate Planning Council Symposium
Watch Crary Buchanan Attorney James Bowdish’s 4th DCA Oral Argument
Crary Buchanan Law received the Business of Character Award at the 2015 Business Appreciation Awards Luncheon hosted by the Business Development Board of Martin County. The event was held Oct. 7 at Willoughby Golf and Country Club in Stuart, Florida.
Crary Buchanan participated in the ME’s Team Charitable Foundation Annual Celebrity Fun Shoot on Saturday January 31, 2015 at Quail Creek Plantation in Okeechobee. The Crary Buchanan team was made up of Joanna Hoover of CPA Tax Solutions, Christa Luna of Gilbert Chevrolet, Paula Younger of CPA Tax Solutions and Seth Fertic. Attorney Jennfier L. Williamson worked the event as a board member of ME’s Team.
“I consider myself a problem solver for business. That’s my primary focus, ” said W. Scott Turnbull, attorney and shareholder of the Crary Buchanan law firm.