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New Bradenton Office

Jul  21,  2014
By Carlson, Meissner, Hart & Hayslett, P.A.

The Law offices of Carlson, Meissner, Hart & Hayslett, P.A. are pleased to announce the relocation and expansion of our Bradenton office. The new office is located at 714 Manatee Avenue East, Suite C, in Bradenton, Florida.

In an effort to continue to address our clients needs, our new, larger office, will have updated facilities with larger conference rooms, including more space for depositions, mediations and conferences.

Terri Cromley, the Managing Partner of the Bradenton office, will continue to provide quality representation of her clients in the areas of Workmens' Compensation and Social Security Disability.  Jason Reid will continue with his excellent representation of clients in Criminal Defense and DUI matters. Our principle areas of practice also include Personal Injury, Auto Accidents, Family Law, and Immigration.

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Marauders Rib Fest

Apr  13,  2014
By maryann
Terri Cromley and Carlson, Meissner, Hart & Hayslett love the Marauders. Terri Cromley and Carlson, Meissner, Hart & Hayslett love the Marauders.

Terri Cromley, a partner in the Law Offices of Carlson, Meissner, Hart & Hayslett, loves the Bradenton Marauders. Terri also loves ribs, and she, therefore, was at the Marauders tent at Rib Fest this Saturday.

Terri Cromley works with individuals in need of legal assistance with Social Security Disability cases and Workers' Compensation claims. Jason Reid, also with the Bradenton office of Carlson, Meissner, Hart & Hayslett, helps people with all types of Criminal Defense and DUI Defense matters.

A great time was had by all as fans stopped by to say hello and find out about all of the exciting events the Marauders have planned for the Florida State League All-Star game on June 14th.

You can nominate an "All-Star Among Us" for recognition at the ALL-Star game.  Go Marauders and Go Ribs!

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Terri Cromley, a partner in the Law Offices of Carlson, Meissner, Hart & Hayslett, loves the Bradenton Marauders.
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Taste of Pasco

Apr  12,  2014
By maryann
Rocky Billeter, Jake and Jack Donaldson (sons of attorney Matt Donaldson) are ready to hand out ice cream. Rocky Billeter, Jake and Jack Donaldson (sons of attorney Matt Donaldson) are ready to hand out ice cream.
The Good Humor Ice Cream truck was filled with all sorts of Good Humor Ice Cream and was given to all the attendees at the 4th Annual Taste of Pasco today. Rocky Billiter, Matt Donaldson and his two sons Jake and Jack, and Todd Garrett were handing out the ice cream. Matt Donaldson, an attorney with the Spring Hill Law Office of Carlson, Meissner, Hart & Hayslett was present to answer any legal questions.

This fourth annual Taste of Pasco was hosted by Leadership Pasco Class of 2014 on April 12, 2014 from 4pm – 7pm at the Rotary Pavilion at the Concourse in Land O' Lakes. 15325 Alric Pottberg Rd. , Shady Hills, FL 34610. Proceeds will benefit the Runaway Alternatives Project and the West Pasco Pregnancy Center.



Information about the Good Humor Ice Cream Truck:

1969 Ford Good Humor Ice cream Truck

During the summer, the ringing of the bell along streets in many American towns and cities meant one thing--the Good Humor Ice Cream Truck. It all began in 1920, when Ohio ice cream parlor owner Harry Burt followed his son’s suggestion and put chocolate coated ice cream on a stick. Before long, Burt had a fleet of a dozen trucks making door-to-door deliveries of his new Good Humor ice cream products.
The fleet of Good Humor trucks saw rapid expansion during the 1950’s and 1960’s. One of the trucks that were part of that explosive growth period was this 1969 Ford ice cream truck, which was originally placed in service delivering Good Humor Ice Cream to neighborhoods in Boston, Massachusetts. When the Good Humor Company stopped using trucks to sell ice cream in 1978, the distributor restored and warehoused this rare surviving vehicle. It was purchased years later by a resident of Hull, Massachusetts whose original intention was to let his son start a business. The son soon lost interest, and the truck was used to cater events for several summer seasons. The last event he catered from the vehicle was associated with the 2004 Democratic National Convention in Boston.Paul Meissner purchased this vehicle in 2004 and it has appeared ever since at various fund raising and charitable events. The Law Firm of Carlson & Meissner donates all of the ice cream distributed at these events.
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The Good Humor Ice Cream truck was filled with all sorts of Good Humor Ice Cream and was given to all the attendees at the 4th Annual Taste of Passco today. Rocky Billiter, Matt Donaldson and his two sons Jake and Jack, Andrew Spence and Todd Garrett were handing out the ice cream.
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Manatee County Bar Helps Turning Points of Bradenton

Apr  02,  2014
By maryann
Terri Cromley and the team from Manatee County Bar Association Terri Cromley and the team from Manatee County Bar Association
Terri Cromley, a partner in the Law Offices of Carlson, Meissner, Hart & Hayslett, P.A.,  joined other members of the Manatee County Bar Association this Saturday to help Turning Points move their donation center, the One Stop Center, to a new warehouse next door. Turning Points, formerly the Community Coalition on Homelessness,  is headquartered in the Bill Galvano One Stop Center in Bradenton. This organization helps down-and-out people out on the streets. Most importantly, Turning Points helps some find a place to live and build a new life. "Turning Points" does indeed express the goal of the organization. With a new heart-shaped logo that also states, "Where Compassion Takes Action," Turning Points is taking its commitment to Manatee County's homeless to another level. The organization provides a variety of essential services to the homeless, expanding two key health programs over the past six months.
Terri is proud to be a part of an organization that donates not only their knowledge, time and money to local charities, but their sweat too.
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Terri Cromley joined other members of the Manatee County Bar Association this Saturday to help One Stop Center move their donation center to a new warehouse next door.
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Halt to Online Mug Shots a Boon for Arrested Citizens

Mar  25,  2014
By maryann
Every day, Florida citizens are rejected from jobs and denied credit due to their criminal history.  ThRejected from jobs due to an on-line mugshot?e Pinellas County Sheriff’ recently decided to stop posting online mug shots on its "Who's In Jail" website and Kevin Hayslett, attorney with the Law Offices of Carlson, Meissner, Hart & Hayslett, P.A., believes this change is significant to persons arrested in Clearwater. The ease with which potential employers and creditors can access evidence of arrests on mugshots.com, justmugshots.com, arrests.org and similar websites creates additional barriers for employment applicants, denying them an opportunity to explain that an action was dismissed or downplay minor offenses. The Pinellas County Sheriff Department’s recent move to eliminate mug shots from its “Who’s in Jail” website, effective Jan. 13, 2014 is a key step toward eliminating obstacles to employment, education and credit for people arrested in Clearwater and surrounding areas. Arrest photos had been publicly available on the website since 2005. Pinellas Sheriff Bob Gualtieri’s decision was driven by his frustration with private companies, such as mugshots.com, mining the “Who’s in Jail” website for mug shots, posting the photos on their websites, then charging citizens exorbitant fees, ranging from $399 to $1700, to remove the mug shots. Sheriff Gualtieri wanted to do his part to stop the mug site mining websites from taking advantage of the citizens of Pinellas County, who in most instances could not afford to pay for removal of the photos. The decision to end online mug shots is a win for citizens arrested in Pinellas County. It gives our clients one less issue to deal with when trying to move forward with their lives after being accused of a crime.
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Every day, Florida citizens are rejected from jobs and denied credit due to their criminal history.
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