When you’ve been injured and want to file a personal injury claim, having the right attorney is important. A good attorney can increase your odds of success.
How can you make sure you choose a personal injury lawyer that’s right for you? By asking questions!
Today, we’re listing the top 10 most important questions to ask any prospective lawyer, before you hire them. Keep reading to learn what to ask your personal injury lawyer.
What is auto accident negligence? This is a common question we get as personal injury lawyers from people who have been involved in car accidents.
It’s important you know what negligence is: it’s a key factor in personal injury claims, and can affect whether you get compensation for your injuries, property damage, and emotional distress.
Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about auto accident negligence.
What happens when your beloved Fido bites someone? Are you liable? Will your pet have to be put down?
Dog bites happen every day—even dogs whose owners think they could never hurt a fly. If your dog bites someone, it’s important to know what can happen next.
Let’s talk about dog bites, including what you should do, whether you’re liable, and more.
Many of the products you use every day can cause harm if they are defective or used improperly. This includes things like televisions, cleaning products, ladders, ovens, and even beds!
Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to help avoid a defective product injury. Keep reading to find out how to stay safe!
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.
Property owners have a legal responsibility to keep the environment safe, so people who enter the property don’t get injured. (This area of the law is known as “premises liability.”) As a result, in many cases, it’s possible to sue.
However, there are important exceptions.
Today, we’re taking a look at injuries that happen on someone else’s property. We’ll explain when you can sue, what exceptions might prevent you from bringing a claim, and more.
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.