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USA Waste-Management Resources, LLC Data Breach

March 7, 2022 Blog,Data Breaches

USA Waste-Management Resources, LLC (“Waste Management Resources”) has reported a data breach that occurred on January 21, 2021.

According to the notice sent out to those impacted, an unauthorized party gained access to the company systems between January 21 and 23, 2021.

What Happens if an Uber or Lyft Driver Hits My Car?

If an Uber or Lyft driver hits your car, you may be wondering what to do next. It can be challenging to figure out who is liable and how to go about filing a claim.

When can you file a demand to settle against the other party?

March 2, 2022 Automobile Accidents,Blog

By Eric Ganci

Timing is such a crucial part of life. Yes, a very broad, very general statement. But it connects with everyone.

Let me narrow it down a touch: timing can be crucial when serving a demand to settle against another party.

Five Types of Driving Impairments

February 28, 2022 Car Accidents,Drunk driving

Driver error is responsible for more than 90 percent of traffic accidents. Often it involves some form of driving impairment, which results in the driver failing to demonstrate reasonable care.

Can a Judge award CCP 1032 costs against a losing party even if the Party did not use the costed materials?

February 25, 2022 Blog

by Eric Ganci

First, a little background to set up the discussion regarding this January 13, 2022 California Supreme Court decision Segal v. ASICS, cited as 12 Cal.5th 651.

In California, if you file a lawsuit against another party, if the case does not resolve, the case may go to trial.

How to Recognize a Drunk Driver

February 20, 2022 Car Accidents,Drunk driving

Drunk drivers are responsible for a significant amount of injuries and fatalities each year. To stay safe, it is important to know how to recognize a drunk driver and what to do next in order to prevent a car accident from occurring. 

Bloomberg Law – Amazon’s New Distributor Status Means Safety ‘Headache’ Ahead

February 16, 2022 Ecommerce,News Articles

CaseyGerry partner, Jeremy K. Robinson recently spoke with Bloomberg Law on what’s new status as ‘Distributor’ could mean for the company and for the e-commerce industry in general in, “Amazon’s New Distributor Status Means Safety ‘Headache’ Ahead.”

Who Has the Right of Way at an Intersection in California?

When driving in California, there are right of way laws that motorists and pedestrians are required to obey to keep themselves and others on the road safe. Failing to observe them can result in penalties, or worse, a severe accident.

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