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  • Sexual Harassment at Work: Breaking the Silence. Part II of a Series.
    Sexual Harassment at Work: Breaking the Silence. Part II of a Series.

    At Casey Law Offices, S.C., we are committed to helping victims seek fair compensation from the negligent individuals and businesses responsible for irresponsible for their injuries. Throughout ...

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  • How to Avoid Slips, Falls and Injuries While Holiday Decorating
    How to Avoid Slips, Falls and Injuries While Holiday Decorating

    It’s perfect weather for holiday decorating outdoors. As many people will go up on ladders, even their roofs -- think Clark Griswold -- it’s a good time to remind home decorators that slips, falls and ...

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  • Sexual Harassment at Work: Breaking the Silence. Part I of a Series
    Sexual Harassment at Work: Breaking the Silence. Part I of a Series

    At Casey Law Offices, S.C., we focus exclusively on prosecuting injury claims to ensure negligent individuals and businesses are held accountable for irresponsible behavior resulting in injury, and so ...

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  • Avoid Crowded Roads & Accidents when Traveling During Thanksgiving Weekend
    Avoid Crowded Roads & Accidents when Traveling During Thanksgiving Weekend

    As we head over the hills and through the woods to our relatives’ houses for Thanksgiving, please remember that the roads through the hills and woods are going to be congested with other travelers. In ...

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  • Black Wednesday and Safe Driving
    Black Wednesday and Safe Driving

    Cautioning Young Drivers About the Dangers of Black Wednesday A law enforcement friend of ours tells us that this time of year they see a sharp increase in the number of arrests related to college ...

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  • Improperly Secured Safety Seats & Teen Driver Error Create Great Safety Risks
    Improperly Secured Safety Seats & Teen Driver Error Create Great Safety Risks

    The most common cause of death among young children is car crashes. In fact, 1,346 children under the age of 15 were killed in motor vehicle collisions in 2015 alone. That adds up to more than 3 kids ...

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