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Will California’s New Laws Impact You in 2018?

January 17, 2018 Blog

Hundreds of new California laws are on the books for 2018 – with legislation on guns, weed and pets sure to dominate the headlines.

The governor signed more than 800 bills into law over the last few months, but the legalization of recreational pot, approved by voters in November, is generating the most attention.

Too High to Drive: California Tackles Cannabis-Impaired Driving

January 12, 2018 Blog

While marijuana may now be legal in California, it is still against the law to drive under influence of cannabis.

For good reason: according to the National Institute of Drug Abuse, driving while cannabis-impaired can be lethal – hindering judgment, coordination and the ability to react.

The Art of Falling: How to Hit the Ground Safely

January 5, 2018 Blog

When an elderly person takes a tumble, the aftermath can be devastating and lead to serious, long-term problems.

Falls amongst seniors are not uncommon. More than one in three people age 65 years or older fall each year.

USA Criminal and Civil Prosecutions Associated with Illicit Online Pharmacies: Legal Analysis and Global Implications

By Camille Guerra and Timothy Mackey – as published in Med Access @ Point Care

Evolving technologies have created a complex online environment that now includes illegal pharmacies, as well as online facilitators, advertising sites and foreign entities.

Illegal Online Pharmacies Create Significant Safety Risks

January 3, 2018 Blog

Although law enforcement is active in combating cybercrime related to illicit Internet pharmacies, evolving digital technologies have created a complex online environment that now includes these illegal pharmacies, as well as online facilitators, advertising sites and foreign entities.

Parachute Product Defect Case Following Death of Navy Seal

December 20, 2017 Aviation News

CaseyGerry proudly represented the family of a Navy Seal and decorated combat veteran who served in Iraq and Afghanistan, after he was tragically killed during training exercises in the skies above San Diego when his parachute deployed unexpectedly while he was still inside an aircraft.

DAVID S. CASEY, JR. NAMED LIAISON COUNSEL FOR WELLS FARGO MDL LITIGATION

December 20, 2017 Press Releases

Federal Judge Also Appoints Co-Lead Counsel, Steering Committee

 

SAN DIEGO (December 18, 2017) – A federal judge has appointed CaseyGerry’s managing partner David S. Casey, Jr. as liaison counsel for the Wells Fargo Multi-District Litigation (MDL) now pending in the United States District Court for the Central District of California.

50 years Experience in Airplane Accident Litigation

December 19, 2017 Aviation Blog,Blog

Given modern aviation technology and protocols, aviation “accidents” don’t need to happen. The quotes around “accidents” are there because, more often than not, an aircraft crash is the result one or more of the following: an engine or component failure; poor maintenance or inspections; defective parts or systems; or human errors by a pilot, crew, or air traffic controllers.

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