Crary Buchanan Team at Making Strides Breast Cancer Walk

On October 18th, our team at Crary Buchanan joined other community members to support “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” of Martin, a walk/run which helped raise breast cancer awareness and raise funds for the American Cancer Society. The event was held at Memorial Park in Stuart. According to Making Strides of Martin, the event was a great success, with over 1,000 participants raising more than $115,000!

Crary Buchanan Recognized in Palm City Spotlight for “Honor a Hero” Blood Drive

Crary Buchanan and several members of our legal team were recognized in the Palm City Spotlight for our recent “Honor a Hero” blood drive on 9/11. The article shares Managing Partner Mike Crary’s inspiration for the blood drive and the success of this year’s event, which our firm has been organizing since 2010.

Join Crary Buchanan in Making Strides Against Breast Cancer

The Law Firm of Crary Buchanan invites you to join our team on October 18, when we will join others for “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” of Martin. The walk-run will raise funds for the American Cancer Society and its efforts to fight the disease. We will also be honoring breast cancer survivors and raising awareness about what we can do to reduce breast cancer risk.

Crary Buchanan to “Make Strides Against Breast Cancer” in American Cancer Society 5K Walk

Crary Buchanan will join forces with the Martin County local community to fight breast cancer in the American Cancer Society “Making Strides Against Breast Cancer” walk. Attorneys participating in the event include Mike Crary and Linda Weiksnar. The walk will take place on Saturday, October 18 th, 2014. Click here to learn more about the event.

Treasure Coast Residents Donate 102 Units of Blood to “Honor a Hero” Blood Drive

Residents of Treasure Coast donated 102 units of blood to honor those who died on 9-11. For several years, Crary Buchanan, Attorneys at Law has hosted the “Honor a Hero” blood drive. Over the years, the blood drives have collected enough donations to save more than 3,000 lives – more lives than the number lost on 9-11.

How Can a Certified Legal Manager Help Your Case?

James Menendez is Certified Legal Manager (CLM) at Crary Buchanan, Attorneys at Law. At the firm, he uses his legal expertise and understanding of the Florida legal system to help clients pursue the best solutions for their cases. Certification is sponsored by the Association of Legal Administrators (ALA), an organization committed to supporting legal professionals through law firm management.

Friends of the NRA Features Attorney Jennifer Williamson as “Volunteer of the Week”

Attorney Jennifer Williamson is the featured “Volunteer of the Week” for Friends of the NRA. Tom Knight, an NRA Field Representative called Jennifer’s contribution to the organization a tremendous asset to Friends of the NRA. “[Jennifer] is always there any time that I need something done, or if she thinks of something she has to offer. She is truly dedicated to the program…”

The IRS Issues Additional Phone Scam Warning

Earlier this month, the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) repeated a warning to taxpayers regarding an ongoing phone scam. According to the IRS, approximately 90,000 taxpayers received calls from individuals who fraudulently claim to be the IRS, demand payment, and threaten legal action. According to the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, approximately 1,100 taxpayers have lost money to the scam. As of August 13th, victims lost an estimated $5 million total.

General Mills Clarifies New Legal Policies Barring Consumers from Suing

General Mills – a multibillion dollar corporation and one of the world’s largest food companies – recently amended new legal policies that barred consumers who joined General Mills’ online communities from suing the company. In a statement issued last week, the company clarified that the policy did not apply to consumers who visit General Mills’ Facebook pages or Twitter accounts.

Miami-Dade Judge Says Workers’ Comp Act is “Unconstitutional”

A Miami-Dade judge deemed The Florida Workers’ Compensation Act unconstitutional because it doesn’t provide suitable benefits for injured workers. In 2012, a Miami-Dade County employee tripped over boxes left on the floor. The injury resulted in shoulder replacement surgery, and the woman eventually retired because of chronic pain associated with her accident.