Should I Refuse a Breathalyzer Test?
Like many questions asked of lawyers, the answer to the question “Should I refuse to take a breathalyzer test?” is that it depends.
Working on a 1099: Are You Eligible for Workers’ Comp?
Gigs are popular because of the freedom and flexibility they offer. However, there are some downsides. The specific downside we’re talking about today is a lack of workers’ comp. What happens if you are injured as a freelance worker? Keep reading to learn more about this important issue.
A Reminder from Truck Accident Lawyers: Look out for Semis!
At Casper & Casper, our truck accident lawyers have seen up-close the devastation that these types of crashes can cause. We want you to stay safe on the road, and to know your rights if a crash happens to you. In this post, we’ll cover the hows and whys of truck accidents: why they happen and how to stay safe, as well as what to do post-accident.
When to Hire a Social Security Attorney
Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) benefits offer a lifeline for those struggling financially; however, these benefits can be hard to get! This is especially true if you apply without the help of legal counsel. Why and when should you hire a Social Security attorney? We explain just a few of the reasons you might consider hiring an attorney.
When You Need a Motorcycle Accident Lawyer
Freedom, excitement, and peace: these are just a few of the reasons why people love riding motorcycles. What’s not on that list of reasons? Deadly motorcycle accidents. In this article, we’ll explore why motorcycle accidents are so common, how you can avoid them, and what to do if you experience an accident.
Disabled by 22: Can Young Adults Get SSDI?
We’ve worked with many a young person who is disabled and worried about supporting themselves. They want to know: what are their options? Can young adults get SSDI benefits? What if they don’t qualify Today, we’re giving an overview of how SSDI works for young adults who become disabled. Keep reading to learn more about this important topic.
Know Your Rights: Avoid Workers’ Compensation Retaliation
Today, we’re talking about workplace retaliation. What is it? What should you do if your employer retaliates against you for filing a workers’ comp claim? Keep reading to find out.
How Do You Plead? What to Know about Pleas in an OVI Case
If you’ve ever watched Law & Order or another courtroom drama, we’re sure you’ve heard the lingo: “not guilty,” “guilty,” “no contest,” and “not guilty by reason of insanity.” However, TV and real life aren’t one and the same.If you’re facing OVI or related charges, it’s important to know what these pleas—formal responses to criminal charges—actually mean. Let’s dive in and talk about what each plea means and when you might consider it.
Can You Sue a City for Personal Injury?
Can you sue a city for causing your injuries? That’s a question with a complicated answer. This post will give you a helpful overview.
Are Remote Workers Covered by Workers’ Compensation?
If you are working remotely, whether temporarily or permanently, you might have wondered how workers’ compensation works. You might know already that workers’ compensation covers employee injuries sustained in the workplace. But what if the workplace is your home? Are remote workers’ covered by workers’ compensation?