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Facts withheld from evidence? Still…be careful what you argue: Jackson v. Park

July 30, 2021 Blog,Personal injury

There are many reasons a Trial Court may not allow attorneys to present evidence to Jurors—perhaps because it’s not relevant, because there’s no foundation, because it’s too prejudicial given the case.

Einstein Healthcare Network Data Breach – Update

July 29, 2021 Blog,Data Breaches

DID YOU RECEIVE NOTICE OF A DATA BREACH FROM EINSTEIN HEALTHCARE NETWORK AND SUFFERED FRAUD AS A RESULT?

In May 2021, CaseyGerry filed a lawsuit on behalf of those who were affected by the breach.

Forefront Dermatology Data Breach

July 29, 2021 Blog,Data Breaches

The law office of CaseyGerry is investigating a data breach reported by Forefront Dermatology, S.C. (also operating as Forefront Management, LLC), which may have affected millions of employees and patients across the country.

California Civil Code Section 998 – The Settlement Code

By Eric Ganci

California Code section 998 is a tool to promote settling cases.  Albeit deep and nuanced, there are several aspects of section 998 that I want to discuss and how they play out in two court decisions: the 2019 decision in Licudine v.

Did you apply for or obtain a loan from AmeriFirst? Amerifirst data breach

July 27, 2021 Blog,Data Breaches

DID YOU APPLY FOR OR OBTAIN A LOAN FROM AMERIFIRST BEFORE DECEMBER 10, 2020? 

IF SO, AND YOU RECEIVED A NOTICE OF DATA BREACH, CONTACT CASEYGERRY AT 619.238.1811.

Casey Gerry filed a lawsuit in April 2021 on behalf of individuals who received a notice from AmeriFirst that their personal information was obtained in the breach.

How to “pop a policy” in a California personal injury case

July 23, 2021 Blog,Personal injury

By Eric Ganci

This question comes in many times with California personal injury cases: if I’m injured from someone else (like in a car accident or car crash), can I get more compensation than the Defendant’s policy limit?

California Supreme Court weighs in on a minor’s statute of limitations: Shalabi v. Fontana

July 21, 2021 Blog,Personal injury

By Eric Ganci

Time matters. And in the Law, certain time frames apply when an injury occurs to when a lawsuit must be filed. If you fall outside that “statute of limitations,” the Court may time-bar your claim which may leave you with no justice because you missed the deadline to file.

20/20 Eye Care Network Data Breach

July 19, 2021 Blog,Data Breaches

The CaseyGerry law firm is representing those affected by the 20/20 Eye Care Network Data Breach that has affected more than 3.2 million individuals.

According to the notice of breach sent out by 20/20 Eye Care Network, Inc.,

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