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Schenk Discusses County Fair Board Position

April 17, 2014 News Articles

CaseyGerry partner Frederick Schenk is the current president of the Board of Directors, 22nd District Agricultural Association (San Diego County Fair Board). In this Q & A feature, he discusses his role with the Fair Board, as well as upcoming priorities for the fairgrounds, a vital community resource.

Beware of Scammers in Wake of Disaster

April 7, 2014 Blog,Personal injury

Natural disasters such as earthquakes, tsunamis, mudslides, hurricanes, earthquake – and more – are all making headlines the days. And behind the scenes, scammers are quietly preying on the victims and those anxious to help them.

Hypertension Med Found to Trigger Serious Gastrointestinal Issues

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently warned that olmesartan – the popular blood pressure drug branded as Benicar, Benicar HCT, Azor and Tribenzor – can cause severe intestinal problems, also known as sprue-like enteropathy. 

More Recalls at GM Announced

March 19, 2014 Blog,Personal injury

Under mounting scrutiny, General Motors Co announced new recalls of 1.5 million vehicles this week – with GM chief executive, Mary Barra acknowledging that the company was remiss in catching the flawed ignition switches. 


March 14, 2014 Press Releases

Victim Awarded Nearly $500,000 Following Brutal Attack by German Shepherd

San Diego, Calif. — A $456,000 settlement has been reached in a lawsuit filed by a San Diego resident who was seriously injured after being attacked by a German Shepherd nearly three years ago.

CaseyGerry Joins Other San Diego Law Firms to Participate in Second Chance Fundraiser/Clothing Drive

March 12, 2014 Press Releases

April 4th – Deadline to Donate

SAN DIEGO (March, 2014) – CaseyGerry is once again participating in LAWSUITS – helping to raise cash and professional clothing for the Second Chance Job Readiness Training program.

What are the Dangers of E-Cigarettes?

March 11, 2014 Blog,Personal injury

The controversy over electronic cigarettes rages on. Are these battery-operated inhalers an effective way to combat nicotine addiction – or do they simply perpetuate it?  The devices, which lack the toxic tar of conventional cigarettes, have polarized both the public health and general communities.

Calories Bolded, Sugar Content Listed In FDA’s Proposed New Nutrition Labels

February 28, 2014 Blog,Product Liability

What you don’t know won’t hurt you, right?  Not according to the Food and Drug Administration, which announced a new proposal for nutrition labels last week.

Designed to help Americans make healthier choices and limit sugar intake, calories would be bigger and bolder and the amount of added sugars would be listed on the proposed labels.  

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