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Is jogging a “recreational activity” potentially protecting Defendant against a claim of negligence and premises liability?

February 9, 2022 Blog,Premises Liability

By Eric Ganci

If you are jogging on someone’s property and injure yourself…can Defendant be liable for negligence or failing to properly maintain their premises? The answer is “it depends”…it usually is in the law…but this February 4, 2022 decision Rucker v.

Female Athletes File Title IX Sex Discrimination Class Action Against San Diego State University for Depriving Women of Equal Athletic Financial Aid

February 7, 2022 Class Action,Press Releases

For Immediate Release – February 7, 2022

For more information, Contact:

Justin Mai, Bailey & Glasser, LLP, (920) 450-1974, jmai@baileyglasser.com

Arthur Bryant, Bailey & Glasser, LLP, (510) 507-9972, abryant@baileyglasser.com

Holly Amaya, Haeggquist & Eck, LLP, (619) 573-7224, holly@amayapr.com

Evidence Needed to Prove Your Car Accident Case

February 5, 2022 Car Accidents

After a car accident in San Diego, it is critical to preserve certain pieces of evidence that will significantly impact your ability to recover compensation. Here are the types of evidence that can help ensure you have a solid car accident case.

What Is a Subrogation Claim?

January 25, 2022 Personal injury

A subrogation claim is how your insurance company attempts to recover reimbursement from the at-fault party’s insurer for the benefits they have paid out under your policy. A literal definition of the word “subrogation” is to stand in the shoes of someone else. 

Does “not remembering an Incident” win an MSJ for Defense?

By Eric Ganci

In litigation, if Defense thinks Plaintiff filed a lawsuit against Defendant, and Defendant thinks with Plaintiff’s case there is “no triable issue as to any material fact”, Defendant can file a Motion for Summary Judgment.

Six Things You Should Know About Whiplash

January 20, 2022 Car Accidents

Whiplash is a very common neck injury caused in car accidents due to the impact of forcefully moving the neck back and forth. Although many victims suffer from this type of injury, it should not be overlooked.

Ninth Circuit upholds Casey Gerry win in arbitration fight in Ellington v. Eclipse Recreational Vehicles

January 19, 2022 Blog

by Jeremy Robinson

On January 7, 2022, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued a memorandum decision upholding a victory in the trial court over an effort to compel arbitration of claims filed by a class of RV buyers who allege the RVs have defective frames that are prone to cracking and warping.

PracticeFirst Data Breach

January 18, 2022 Blog,Data Breaches

Practicefirst, a medical management solutions company providing data services to health care providers, has reported a data breach that may have affected over 1.2 million individuals. Practicefirst offers billing and coding services to health care providers such as hospitals, doctors’ offices, and laboratories.

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