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Stanley Law Joins Forces with Fallon, Fallon & Bigsby
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Joe Stanley, Megan Fallon, Sheila Fallon , and Arthur Bigsby
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Stanley Law, which combines the work of experienced and dedicated personal injury lawyers, recently added sixty more years of combined experience by joining forces with the attorneys of Fallon, Fallon & Bigsby, who are experts in workers’ compensation. “The total focus is on leveraging the wisdom and extensively focused expertise of Megan Fallon, Sheila Fallon and Arthur Bigsby in the field of workers’ compensation,” said Joe Stanley, founder of The Stanley Law Offices, LLP. “Most people work, so personal injury cases frequently require handling a client’s workers’ compensation case as well.”

Workers’ compensation, adds Stanley, is highly detailed and requires intensive focus and energy to execute well. As a result of this partnership, Fallon, Fallon & Bigsby inherit the strength and breadth of the Stanley Team and a platform to strengthen their overall position in the markets Stanley Law serves. “It’s a win for us both, but the biggest winners will be our clients,” said Stanley.

Attorneys at The Stanley Law Offices help injured workers who go with Joe throughout upstate New York and Pennsylvania. They understand how the pain and stress of a work injury can feel overwhelming, and do everything possible within the scope of the law to help clients get the workers’ compensation benefits they depend on. Stanley Law combined with Fallon, Fallon & Bigsby can now more aggressively pursue appropriate compensation for injured workers, such as lost wages and off-work benefits.

About The Stanley Law Offices, LLP 

The Stanley Law Offices, LLP has five offices located in central New York and northern Pennsylvania, including Syracuse, Binghamton, Watertown and Rochester, NY, as well as Montrose, PA. The firm focuses on personal injury law, workers’ compensation and accident-related law. For more information, please call 1-800-608-3333, or visithttp://www.stanleylawoffices.com.

About Fallon, Fallon & Bigsby 

Fallon, Fallon & Bigsby have practiced in several areas of law. Their work with Joe moving forward will focus entirely on workers’ compensation. For more information, visithttp://www.fallonlaw-ny.com. Their law office remains located at 501 E. Washington Street, Syracuse, NY 13202.

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Allen School of Health Sciences Celebrates 55th Anniversary
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Oct 10, 2016 | 28550 views | 0 0 comments | 1093 1093 recommendations | email to a friend | print | permalink

The Allen School of Health Sciences, one of the nation’s most dedicated institutions in training graduates to become successful healthcare professionals, is commemorating its 55th year. “My family is honored to be able to help thousands of students start a career in the medical field,” said Jason Teich, President of Allen School of Health Sciences.

In December 1961, Allen School of Health Sciences, then known as Allen School for Physicians’ Aides, was incorporated for the purpose of providing residents of the Jamaica, Queen’s area with a quality professional institution offering Allied Health Programs. Its first class graduated in June of 1962.

Loretta Teich, grandmother of current President Jason Teich, who is the third generation of the Teich family to run the Allen School of Health Sciences, purchased the institution in January 1980. She had owned an employment agency prior to buying the Allen School and realized that applicants lacked the training they needed to be successful. Soon the Allen School became a full-time passion for Mrs. Teich and she sold her employment agency to focus solely on the school and the training it provided. As the business began to grow, her son Robert started working with her and they expanded the school to include a new campus in Brooklyn, NY.

In 2001, the Medical Assistant training program was added to the curriculum and is currently in its fifteenth year of successfully producing quality medical assistant students to the New York and Phoenix areas. In 2007, the school expanded to a national level and began to offer an online Medical Insurance Billing and Coding program. This program is unique in that it is taught entirely online with live lectures and classrooms, unlike many programs that do not offer students the advantage of learning from someone in real time. “It’s as close to an actual classroom environment as can be achieved in an online setting,” added Teich.

The Allen School is also proud to have multiple staff members who have been with the institution for decades. In fact, the Campus Director, Jill Luke, of the original Jamaica campus is celebrating well over thirty years with the institution.

“Knowing people have many choices when it comes to higher education, I encourage them to explore the Allen School of Health Sciences and all that it has to offer,” concluded Teich. “On behalf of the entire institution, we look forward to seeing you become part of our family.”

About Allen School of Health Sciences 

Since 1961, the Allen School of Health Sciences has provided quality Health Science programs in the Greater New York City area, including Medical Assistant, Nursing Assistant and Medical Insurance Billing and Coding. It seeks to educate students on how to think critically, analyze, solve problems, and communicate effectively through an enriching academic experience. Allen School of Health Sciences has campuses in Jamaica, Queens and Brooklyn, NY, and Phoenix, AZ. For more information, please call (888) 620-6745, or visit http://www.allenschool.edu.

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Allen School of Health Sciences Goes Beyond the Classroom to Help Those in Need
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The Allen School of Health Sciences, one of the nation’s most dedicated institutions in training graduates to become successful healthcare professionals, recently announced it is raising funds for its cause of the month.

“Every month we have a cause that we support through education, fundraising and community participation, an internal initiative called the ‘Institution for HOPE’ (Helping Other People Endure),” said Jason Teich, President of Allen School of Health Sciences. “For August, we are raising funds for immunization awareness.”

To date in 2016, Allen School of Health Sciences has raised funds and awareness for Alzheimer’s, the heart, Multiple Sclerosis, Autism, AIDS, mental health and skin cancer. Future campaigns will include Sickle Cell (September), breast cancer (October) and Diabetes (November) awareness, as well as a pediatrics toy drive in December.

“In addition to our institutional causes, each of our classes picks a cause they are dedicated to as they progress through their education with us, and research and present educational pieces on their cause,” said Teich. “They find local organizations that are dedicated to their cause and raise funds in various ways to then support these causes, including Diabetes, healthy living, Multiple Sclerosis, the Lymphoma Society, child abuse, homelessness, Autism and depression.”

In the last year alone, Allen School of Health Sciences students have raised approximately $10,000 via bake sales, penny wars, car washes, toy drives, food and hygiene item collections, T-shirt sales, sales of items branded for a particular cause (e.g., red bracelets for Heart Month) and more. Additionally, funds raised were matched by Teich.

“We also host guest speakers, conduct blood drives and attend community events, including walks and runs, and take part in popular ‘challenges,’ such as the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge,” said Teich.

Since 1961, the Allen School of Health Sciences has provided quality Health Science programs in the Greater New York City area, including Medical Assistant, Nursing Assistant and Medical Insurance Billing and Coding. It seeks to educate students on how to think critically, analyze, solve problems, and communicate effectively through an enriching academic experience. Allen School of Health Sciences has campuses in Jamaica, Queens and Brooklyn, NY, and Phoenix, AZ. For more information, please call (888) 620-6745, or visit http://www.allenschool.edu.

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