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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.

How To Vote By Mail in Kentucky & Indiana

Written by Cooper and Friedman on September 22, 2020
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As November 3rd, 2020 looms near, many are looking for options to safely and effectively place their vote for the upcoming local and presidential elections amid the coronavirus pandemic. Whether you’re looking to skip the crowds and vote early or submit your ballot by mail, here’s everything you need to know. Kentucky Those registered to […]

9 Things You Have to Do If You Suffered a Slip and Fall Injury

Written by Cooper & Friedman on September 3, 2020

“It happened so quickly.” How often have you heard that? One minute you are upright and the next you are on the ground. A slip and fall injury can be jarring and disorienting as they often happen unexpectedly in the blink of an eye. Unfortunately each year thousands of people across the U.S. get hurt […]

Workplace Discrimination: Three Groundbreaking Cases

Written by Cooper & Friedman on August 20, 2020

Workplace discrimination happens more than you may think. There have been many moves in the right direction in the past few decades. However, it is very important to continue to educate ourselves and to know our rights as employees. What is employment or workplace discrimination? This is a form of discrimination based on race, gender, […]

Car Insurance: The Main Types You Need to Know

Written by Cooper & Friedman on August 13, 2020

In most states, including Indiana and Kentucky, you are required to carry at least some car insurance. You know you need it, but what kind, and how much? Based on data from the NAIC, the average expenditure for auto insurance between 2013 and 2017 in Kentucky was $896.33 and in Indiana $766.50. Costs vary significantly […]

Here Are 10 Things You Need to Do Following a Car Wreck

Written by Cooper & Friedman on August 6, 2020

Approximately 4.4 million Americans were injured from car accidents in 2019, according to the National Safety Council (NSC). While this is a 2% decrease over the previous year, this is still a startling number of people. Sadly, the NSC reported that 38,800 people lost their lives as a result of vehicle accidents in that same […]

Road Cycling Safety

Written by Cooper & Friedman on July 23, 2020
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Road cycling can be a great way to get some exercise, explore a city, or commute. However, it can be dangerous as well, especially when sharing the road with cars. In 2018, there were 857 road deaths in the United States, a 6% increase from 2017. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do […]

Employee Rights Regarding Protection During COVID-19

Written by Cooper & Friedman on July 16, 2020

The Covid-19 outbreak has instigated unprecedented difficulties for workplaces all over the world. Hundreds of companies have been forced to lay off workers and unemployment is at a record high. Many employees are trying to both provide for their families and stay safe. In response, governments have passed a number of new acts have to […]

3 Things To Know About The Tax Extension Deadline

Written by Cooper & Friedman on July 7, 2020

Thanks to the Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service, the filing deadline for federal income tax returns has been extended from April 15 to July 15, 2020. This tax extension deadline was in direct response to the COVID-19 outbreak. It’s an effort to offer relief to individuals and businesses who may have been hit […]

What The Landmark Supreme Court Ruling Means For Workplace Discrimination

Written by Cooper and Friedman on June 25, 2020
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The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of protecting gay, lesbian, and transgender workers in a historic 6-3 decision made Monday June 15th, of 2020. Discriminating against an employee on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity is now prohibited under Title VII Of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, The Supreme Court Ruling […]

Coronavirus Scams

Written by Cooper & Friedman on June 18, 2020

COVID-19 has brought countries across the globe to a near stand-still but it hasn’t stopped enterprising scammers and criminals. They have found new and innovative ways to take advantage of people using the pandemic. You should always be aware of these kinds of coronavirus scams and how to avoid them. Bottom line – if anything […]

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