What happens when a car accident…isn’t an accident?
Today, we’re discussing the alarming rise in road rage accidents happening across the United States. We’re looking at what road rage is, what to look out for, and what your options are if you’re injured in an accident caused intentionally by another driver.
When it comes to personal injury, we often talk about injuries that arise from negligence and accidents. However, did you know it’s also possible to bring a personal injury claim if someone hurt you intentionally?
This is known as an “intentional tort.”
Keep reading to learn more about intentional torts, including what they are, common examples of this type of tort, and what is needed to prove your case.
If you’re anything like most parents, the idea of your teen driving a car is nerve-wracking. After all, you’ve spent the better part of two decades protecting your kid from all kinds of dangers…and now it’s time to hand them the keys to a metal box capable of speeding down the highway at 80 miles per hour. Terrifying!
As parents ourselves, the attorneys at Casper & Casper want to help, so we’re offering some tips on how to avoid a car accident.
Before you let your teen get behind the wheel, here’s what you should know about teen driving safety.
Can I quit while on workers’ comp? What will happen to my benefits if I do? These are common questions we hear as workers’ compensation attorneys.
Like many questions involving workers’ comp law, the answer is complicated. Let’s break it down.
Keep reading to learn how quitting your job while on workers’ comp could affect your benefits.
Snow can be beautiful—a serene white blanket over the countryside. Driving in snow, however, is another story.
In Ohio, winter driving can be deadly. One study done using data from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration found that Ohio is actually the worst state in the nation for fatal winter car accidents!
Today, we’re tackling this topic to help you avoid the worst. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about driving in snow and how to prevent an accident.
Workers’ compensation seems simple on the surface: you receive benefits from workers’ compensation after a work-related injury (instead of having to sue your employer or use your own health care).
However, there are many exceptions, exemptions, and irregularities to workers’ compensation law—making it confusing to the average worker. How do you know if your injury is covered or not?
We’ve written quite a few blog posts explaining workers’ compensation—including how it works for volunteers, interns, freelance workers, remote workers, and more.
Today, we’re tackling another important workers’ comp issue: are business trip injuries covered by workers’ compensation?
Having the right attorney—one who is experienced, knowledgeable, and skilled—can often increase the odds of success in a truck accident claim. But how do you find the right attorney?
If you are seeking an attorney after a truck accident, do you know what to look for? What should you ask before hiring someone to represent you?
Keep reading to find out the questions you should ask any prospective truck accident attorney.
Many people seeking to file for workman’s comp are nervous about the reaction from their employer. They’re concerned that their employer will fight the workman’s comp claim. They’re also worried about being fired or demoted for filing.
Can you be fired while on workers’ comp? This is an important—and common—question. Keep reading to find out the answer! Today, we’re discussing everything you need to know.
If you’re like most people, social media is the “highlight reel” of your life. That means you mostly post fun, exciting, or cool things you’ve got going on—and post the bad stuff less often.
While normally there’s nothing wrong with posting the good stuff, it can be disastrous during a personal injury claim!
Yes, posting on Facebook could hurt your personal injury claim. Unconvinced? Keep reading to learn why it pays to be cautious online.
You’ve been injured at work, and you now need workers’ compensation to cover your medical bills and lost wages. You do everything you think you’re supposed to do: you notify your employer, and you start your workers’ comp claim. But then, the unthinkable happens: you find out your employer is denying your claim! How could this be? Today, we’re discussing when employers deny workers’ compensation claims—including why this happens and what to do about it. Keep reading to find out what you need to know!