Douglas, Sanford and Steven Casper have started the new law firm Casper.

New law firm started from century-old Dayton firm

A law firm that has been practicing law in Southwest Ohio for more than a century has started a new practice that will include its offices in Dayton, Cincinnati, Hamilton and Middletown.

Douglas, Sanford and Steven Casper have started the new law firm Casper. The firm said in a release it will continue the tradition of the Casper family firm, which has been practicing law since 1906.

“By opening ‘Casper,’ we are returning our focus to being a family firm again, with family values and a renewed dedication to our clients’ needs,” Sanford Casper said. “We’re excited to continue helping people who are injured and disabled to win their claims and receive the compensation they deserve.”

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The Casper firm works cases in workers’ compensation, Social Security Disability and personal injury cases.

Sanford Casper of Dayton has more than 30 years of experience in workers’ compensation law, the firm said. Sanford Casper received his juris doctor from the University of Dayton and attended Woodward High School.

Douglas Casper of Lebanon represents clients with workers’ compensation and personal injury cases, and has been practicing law for more than 40 years. He received his juris doctor from the Chase College of Law in Cincinnati and attended Woodward High School.

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Steven Casper of Mason is a third-generation Casper attorney who began practicing law in 2009. He received his juris doctor from the University of Dayton and attended Sycamore High School.

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