Mark A. Casto

Personal Injury : Slip and Fall Cases

Many times, we are presented with happenings that people may think are cases but they really are not. Accidents happen of course but when the accident is out of your control, you may question what your options are when it […]

Mark A. Casto

Have You Been Bit? Georgia Laws on Dog Bites

Did you know that each year, more than 350,000 dog bite victims are seen in emergency rooms, and approximately 850,000 victims receive medical attention? If you happen to be included in this statistic, The Casto Law Firm is here to […]

Tatum O’Brien

Suspicionless Searches of Unsupervised Probationers Unconstitutional in North Dakota

In State v. Ballard, 2016 ND 8, the defendant, Jeremy Ballard was on unsupervised probation as a result of pleading guilty to two misdemeanor drug crimes. A few months later, a deputy sheriff saw Ballard driving a vehicle with two […]

David Mittleman

MSU – Sports Illustrated Just Nailed It

“Could Lawrence Nassar have been prevented from assaulting dozens of athletes?” -Lauren Green, Sports Illustrated, March 3, 2017 The answer is “yes,” it’s not even debatable.  At the request of the Indianapolis Star, a judge released more than 5,600 pages […]

Mark A. Casto

Did You Know Tires Can Expire?

A few weeks ago, The Casto Law Firm published a blog on tired tires. Let’s recap 25,000-45,000 miles is approximately how long tires can travel before they reach their halfway point. You would like that tire life simply depends on […]

Mark A. Casto

Super Speeders Beware!

On average there is a speed-related death-a-day in Georgia. On January 1, 2010, the Georgia Super Speeder Law went into effect. In efforts to make the roads safer, this law is designed to get tough on high-risk drivers who have been […]

Jessica Hoerman

The Myth of Tort Reform – Stripping Away Civil Rights in Favor of Corporate Profit

In an effort to take advantage of a Republican-controlled Congress and a country divided and distracted, big business interests are once again pushing for legislation to increase profits and increase federal regulation (but not of their own industries), and in […]

Chad Finley

Fairness in Class Action Litigation Act of 2017: The Corporate Sweetheart Deal

This bill is nothing but a blatant attempt to remove the public’s oversight of corporations and it will cause unsafe products to remain on the market unchecked.

Sean T. Foss

Governor Burgum Should Exercise His Constitutional Right to Threaten a Veto

On February 22, 2017, The Forum published an article on the North Dakota Legislature’s potential elimination of income-tax breaks for new businesses and residents in Renaissance Zones in cities across the state. (“Tax break reform plan could ‘cripple’ downtown Fargo […]

Mark Bello

Hilarious Indiana State Police Safety Message Goes Viral

Why would auto manufacturers bother to put it on cars if drivers were not, in fact, supposed to use them? I’m talking about that lever mere inches from your hand gripping the steering wheel. Perhaps you’ve seen it; it’s called […]