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Partner Frederick Schenk Discusses Firefighters’ Asbestos Exposure with NBC7

March 1, 2019 News Articles
Partner Frederick Schenk Discusses Firefighters’ Asbestos Exposure with NBC7

NBC7 reported that thousands of San Diego firefighters were unknowingly exposed to asbestos and lead in their training facility. The city minimized the danger for more than 15 years, putting firefighters at San Diego’s Fire Academy at risk for life-threatening illnesses.

CaseyGerry Partner Named a Top Influential Woman

February 27, 2019 Press Releases
Gayle M. Blatt Lauded in Local Business Publication

SAN DIEGO  –  Gayle M. Blatt, a longtime partner with CaseyGerry, is featured in The Daily Transcript’s Top Influential Women for 2019, a special supplement which honors the most talented, innovative and influential women in San Diego.

Paul C. Berner Wildfire Lawyer

February 15, 2019 Fire Litigation Team

Paul’s focus has been on power line fire cases since 2009 when he began working with Tom Tosdal and Michael Feinberg of Camp Fire Trial Lawyers on the 2007 San Diego Fire cases. 

Review of some of the laws hitting the books in 2019

By Adam B. Levine, CaseyGerry – The Los Angeles Daily Journal

New laws hitting the books this year are far-reaching and cover the environment, eating out, gun safety, employment law, driving and much more.

Causes of Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

February 7, 2019 Slip Trip and Fall Blog

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome is a life changing condition. Patients with CRPS sometimes describe their pain as stabbing, tearing, crushing or shooting. They may appear “healthy” to others while they actually are suffering from debilitating symptoms.  

Limitations of Diagnostic Tools for Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE)

By Frederick Schenk, CaseyGerry – As Published in Living Safer Magazine

A high stakes class action lawsuit  filed on behalf of thousands of former players against the National Football League has raised awareness about the dangers associated with multiple concussions, including the potential for Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE), a degenerative brain disease.

Why PG&E Is At Fault For The 2018 Camp Fire

January 27, 2019 Wildfire Litigation Blog

The liability (fault) case against PG&E for the devastating Camp Fire is the strongest liability case of all of the Northern California Fires that occurred in 2017 and 2018. It is highly likely PG&E will be held legally responsible for the Camp Fire, and here is why.

A New Year Brings New Laws

By Adam B. Levine, CaseyGerry –  The Daily Transcript

New year, new laws…as we begin 2019, consumers should be aware of new legislation going into effect  in California this year.

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