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5 Ways Brain Injury Compensation Can Improve Victims’ Lives

October 5, 2021 Traumatic Brain Injury Blog

No amount of money can make up for the damage done by a traumatic brain injury (TBI), but a settlement or award can improve a victim’s life and a chance at recovery.

Orange County Oil Spill

October 4, 2021 Blog,Maritime Litigation

CaseyGerry is investigating the massive oil spill off the coast of Orange County which has contaminated the water and coastline, resulting in the closure of surrounding beaches and a potential environmental catastrophe.

Is a California Code of Civil Procedure 998 enforceable when you only reference 998 to accept instead of describing actual acceptance instructions?

September 29, 2021 Blog,Personal injury

By Eric Ganci

California Code of Civil Procedure 998 gives trial attorneys a powerful tool. If executed properly, if you 998 the other side an offer to settle…and if the other side fails to beat your 998 offer at trial, then the other side may have to pay your costs incurred after your 998.

American Pool Enterprises, Inc. Data Breach

September 28, 2021 Blog,Data Breaches,Personal injury

CaseyGerry is investigating a data breach reported by American Pool Enterprises, the largest swimming pool maintenance company in the United States, that has compromised the information of 59,749 individuals including eleven in Maine.

Who Is at Fault if a Car Hits a Bicycle?

September 27, 2021 Bicycle Accidents

When a car hits a bicycle, the driver is more likely to be at fault. However, there are circumstances when a bicyclist may also be wholly or partially liable. 

When the Driver of the Car is At Fault

Bicycle accident cases are often based on negligence.

Navistar Data Breach

September 24, 2021 Blog,Data Breaches

CaseyGerry is investigating a data breach which may have affected 63,126 past and current employees of Navistar, Inc.

Navistar is a leading commercial and military truck manufacturer headquartered in Lisle, Illinois, US.

Rules of the Road: Do Cyclists Have the Right of Way?

September 23, 2021 Bicycle Accidents

The right of way becomes an issue, typically because the rights and responsibilities of motorists and cyclists are not entirely understood. It is a common misconception that cyclists have more in common with pedestrians under the law than motorists.

Where Do Most Bicycle Accidents Occur?

September 20, 2021 Bicycle Accidents

An increasing number of cities in the U.S are becoming more bicycle-friendly with separate paths for cyclists to increase safety and encourage more people to take up cycling. However, bicycle accidents remain a significant concern and, more often than not, are devastating for the cyclist.

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