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2018

Blog Posts in 2018

  • Common Sense Keeps New Year Celebrations Safe

    New Year’s Eve and Day is a busy time of celebrations with friends and family. It is also a busy time for plaintiff attorneys due to an increased number of injuries caused by individuals who haven’t taken precaution to avoid accidents. Accidents come in many forms on this holiday. A majority of them are due to excessive drinking. Here are other examples of how accidents can happen: Party Venues ...
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  • Protecting Your Claim After an Uber or Lyft Accident

    In the last decade, peer-to-peer rideshare giants Uber and Lyft have utilized mobile application technology to complete revolutionize the transportation industry. With just a few clicks of an app, customers can hire convenient rides at affordable prices. However, it’s not unusual for companies to start cutting corners in the face of immediate success, and Uber and Lyft are no exception. To meet ...
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  • The True Impact of Workplace Harassment

    When you hear the words “workplace harassment,” you may not immediately think about injuries. After all, most workplace harassment and abuse – be it on the basis of sex, race, or other personal characteristics – tends to be verbal rather than physical. However, studies have shown that the effects of workplace harassment and discrimination can have a far deeper and more lasting toll than many ...
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  • Johnson & Johnson Execs Lied About Asbestos in Baby Powder Studies & New Findings Bolster Lawsuit

    Johnson’s Baby Powder has been a household staple for decades. Used to absorb moisture and aid in hygiene, the soft sweet-scented powder can be found in many a bathroom closet in the U.S. Last Friday, the makers of the baby powder, Johnson & Johnson, found themselves out of the closet and in headline news over information that company executives have known for more than 40 years that the raw talc ...
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  • Tips for Preventing Chimney Fires This Winter

    The Hearth Is the Home — Don’t Let it Burn Your House Down Perhaps you’ve decorated your fireplace mantel for the holidays. Maybe you will stuff stockings in preparation for the holiday season. However, you celebrate the holidays; if you have a fireplace, you are most likely taking advantage of it this month. And while a fireplace is an inviting area to gather — it’s warm, welcoming and, for many, ...
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  • Tips to Drive Safely During the Winter Season

    Now that the weather is cooling down and we are nearing the winter season, snow, rain, ice, and dangerous road conditions are in our future and, as drivers, it is our responsibility to take extra precautions to avoid a disastrous or fatal accident. It is estimated that one out of every four weather-related crashes is related to snow or icy roads, so do what you can to make your winter traveling ...
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  • Weather or Not: Driving Safety Tips Worth Repeating

    It’s that time of the year. Winter weather driving. The snow may be pretty, but it can be dangerous during your morning and evening commutes. Snow, slush and icy roads cause out-of-the-ordinary challenges for drivers and are involved in nearly one in four weather-related vehicle crashes, according to the US Department of Transportation. These conditions can make it harder for drivers to see, slow ...
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  • Tricks, Treats, and Creeps — How to Avoid a Scary Lawsuit this Halloween

    What used to be an innocent holiday when kids of all ages would wear home-made costumes and trick-or-treat well past sundown, Halloween has become a time when pranksters and those with bad intentions create situations that result in injury and lawsuits. Add to that, accidents just happen, even to the best of us. We will use this space to share some tips to help property owners avoid winding up in ...
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  • The Most Common Slip and Fall Injuries

    Slips and falls are some of the most common accidents in the country and, though they might not sound like a big deal, some of the injuries that a person sustains can be life-altering or even fatal. According to the National Safety Council (NSC), slips and falls account for nearly nine million visits to the emergency room every year. In fact, many victims of slips and falls end up requiring ...
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  • Passed Out & Passed Down: How the Opioid Crisis is Harming the Next Generation

    Part II. Holding Big Pharma Accountable for Damage Inflicted on Society’s Most Vulnerable Tens of thousands of infants born in the U.S. each year are born with Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS). NAS is a group of conditions caused when a baby withdraws from certain drugs - usually opioids - he or she is exposed to in the womb before birth. Signs and symptoms of NAS can be different for every baby ...
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  • Passed Out & Passed Down: How the Opioid Crisis is Harming the Next Generation

    Part I. We have repeatedly written about the national disaster which is the epidemic of opioid drug addiction and how it is tearing at the social fabric of this country. The next generation stands to feel the effects of this crisis years if not decades down the road. We all will pay for the costs associated with the epidemic through higher insurance costs and increased taxpayer support for social ...
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  • Weed Control Products. Could They Be Hazardous to Your Health?

    Part III – Have You Been Impacted? As you read in our previous posts, Dewayne Johnson is a former California school groundskeeper who contracted cancer from applying the herbicide Roundup as part of his job. His case is the first which cracked wall guarding Monsanto, the maker of the Roundup, from damage judgments because the product was determined to be carcinogenic. As a result of the judgment, ...
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  • Weed Control Products. Could They Be Hazardous to Your Health?

    Part II – Who Is at Fault? In our last post, we introduced you to the sad story about Dewayne Johnson, a former school groundskeeper in California who contracted non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma after significant exposure to Monsanto’s popular weed killer Roundup. You have probably used the product at one time or another to clear weeds from your lawn, sidewalk, patio, and driveway. Face it, spraying away ...
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  • Weed Control Products. Could They Be Hazardous to Your Health?

    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 so those who are harmed are fairly compensated. We represent Wisconsinites who have suffered a variety of injuries, including those related to unsafe products. Weed Control Products. Could They Be Hazardous ...
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  • As "Vehicle" Operators, Bicyclists in Wisconsin Have Responsibility When Sharing Roads

    This could have been a blooper from a reality stunt TV show. A Menasha woman rides her bike onto a drawbridge as it was opening, ignoring the flashing warning lights, swiping one of the lowered arm guards and ultimately riding her swerving bike into the gap between the bridge approach area and the bridge span. Luckily, the bike stuck in the gap, preventing the woman from falling through. And ...
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