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Cooper and Friedman is continally striving to keep our clients and the community up-to-date with legal issues that may affect them. We also enjoy sharing any developments at our law firm. Check out our blog below for the latest news and info, including articles that address topics relevant to our practice areas including personal injury law, car accidents and workers compensation.

Signs of Nursing Home Abuse

Written by Cooper and Friedman on April 16, 2019

It can be difficult to trust others with the care of a loved one, and when they are unable to speak up for themselves it can be hard to know whether they’re being treated correctly. In accordance with federal and state laws, caregivers, whether in the home, hospital or nursing facility, have an obligation to […]

How to Document Discrimination in the Work Place from an Experienced Workplace Discrimination Attorney

Written by Cooper and Friedman on April 9, 2019

Any employee who is being treated unfairly as the result of a protected characteristic, is likely experiencing a form of workplace discrimination. Harassment is one example of an unlawful form of discrimination that includes inappropriate verbal or physical behavior based on one’s sex, religion, race, color, national origin, disability or age. Many federal laws including […]

Car Accident Statistics and FAQs

Written by Cooper and Friedman on March 26, 2019

Given that the main mode of transportation in the United States is a motor vehicle, it’s important for drivers to stay informed of the latest car accident statistics. Understanding the many factors that contribute to crashes as well as the effectiveness of safety precautions can help those on the road make better decisions. Louisville, Kentucky […]

3 Unbelievable Medical Malpractices Cases from a Medical Malpractice Lawyer

Written by Cooper and Friedman on March 12, 2019

Though surprising as it may be, medical malpractice occurs more often than we would like to think. Just recently, the Kentucky Supreme Court rejected a law requiring a panel of doctors to review medical malpractice cases before they go to court because it would be in violation of a victim’s state constitutional right for immediate […]

A Host’s Legal Responsibility from the Perspective of a Personal Injury Lawyer

Written by Cooper and Friedman on March 5, 2019

Say one is planning on having a little get together at home, an event or wedding, just how legally responsible for their guests are they? While most of us are familiar with the concept of premises liability law, (that states one’s duty to keep invited guests safe from any possible hazards in their home that […]

Understanding Public Accommodations From a Discrimination Attorney

Written by Cooper and Friedman on February 26, 2019

What are Public Accommodations? Public accommodations are services provided either by government entities or private businesses. With the exception of religious organizations or clubs that require membership and or dues, places that provide goods and services to the general public must do so without discrimination or segregation. This is outlined in Title II of the […]

Understanding Your Social Media Rights

Written by Cooper and Friedman on February 12, 2019

Though relatively new in existence, for most of us social media has infiltrated nearly every part of our daily lives. While we wait for the laws to catch up to the times, it’s important to understand where we should exercise caution and what the potential consequences are for freely sharing our thoughts. Below we clear […]

Government Shutdowns Explained

Written by Cooper and Friedman on February 5, 2019

Believe it or not, the United States has a long history of government shutdowns dating back as far as 1976. While they’re becoming more and more prevalent, there are still many misconceptions surrounding the cause and effects of a government shutdown. Here’s what you should know to stay informed: How Does a Government Shutdown Happen? […]

5 Facts About Workplace Discrimination from an Experienced Workplace Discrimination Attorney

Written by Cooper & Friedman PLLC on January 28, 2019
Workplace Discrimination Attorney

Workplace discrimination, according to the Human Rights Commission, is defined as “treating, or proposing to treat, someone unfavourably because of a personal characteristic protected by law.” There are many kinds of discrimination that can occur in the workplace, as well. From ageism to racism, sexism to disability discrimination, it comes in all sorts of form. […]

6 Things To Look For In A Workers’ Comp Attorney

Written by Cooper & Friedman PLLC on January 18, 2019
Workers' Comp Attorney

A situation where you are injured and unable to work is a scary one. How will you find money to keep food on the table and a roof over your head? If your injury occurred at work, and your employer is not offering compensation, it may be time to look for a workers’ comp attorney. […]

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