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What To Do After A Hit-And-Run Accident

August 24, 2022 Personal injury

Being in a car accident is stressful enough, but when the other party involved flees the scene, things can get even more stressful and difficult to deal with. Known as “hit and run” accidents, these types of incidents occur once every 43 seconds in the United States, according to a report by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

Cornerstone National Insurance Company Data Breach

The law firm of CaseyGerry is investigating a data breach that has impacted customers of Cornerstone National Insurance Company.

Cornerstone is an insurance company based in Columbia, MO. The company and its agents access various subscription services and databases where driver’s license information is available for the purpose of processing insurance applications.

Court considerations of a dangerous condition in Premises Liability

August 11, 2022 Personal injury

By Eric Ganci

Nunez v. City of Redondo Beach, filed 7/27/22.

Tripping or slipping and falling can be one of the most devastating events to happen to you. The force from the height and speed of the fall, and how you fall, can seriously injure you.

California Dram Shop Laws

August 9, 2022 Personal injury

Dram shop laws were created to hold establishments and social hosts that serve alcohol liable for the harm caused by over-serving. For example, if a bar failed to cut off service to an individual who was clearly inebriated, who then drove and crashed into another car, the bar may be partially liable for any injuries and property damage.

What To Do After A Slip-And-Fall Accident In A Restaurant

August 9, 2022 Personal injury

The steps you take after a slip-and-fall accident in a restaurant can significantly impact your ability to recover compensation. Although you may be in pain and feeling overwhelmed, try to keep the following tips in mind. 

What To Do If You’re Injured On Public Transportation

August 9, 2022 Car Accidents

If you get injured while on public transportation—such as a bus, train, or subway, the carrier may be liable. These companies are bound by common carrier laws, which means they have a higher duty of care to ensure passengers are safe.

Considerations when a property owner owes a duty of care to warn against an “open and obvious risk.”

August 8, 2022 Personal injury

By Eric Ganci

Montes v. Young Men’s Christian Association of Glendale

Per California law, when you own a property and know or should know of a dangerous condition, you may have a duty to warn of this condition.

Lawsuit Against Ford Over Risk of Under-Hood Fire

August 5, 2022 Class Action,Class Actions

CaseyGerry has filed a lawsuit against Ford Motor Company over a dangerous defect that may cause vehicles to erupt in fire under the hood.

Ford advertises its 2021 Expedition as “designed with you and your family in mind.”

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