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Suing for Injuries Related to Smartphone Apps

July 7, 2022 Ecommerce

We often discuss the nuances of product liability law as it relates to e-commerce. But injuries and wrongful death have involved a variety of digital platforms. When these situations involve something conceptual like using software, rather than a product, they raise the question: Can people sue when injuries and death occur?

Can a Plaintiff seek home attendant care provided by family who is not a skilled nurse or home-care provider?

July 6, 2022 Blog,Personal injury

By Eric Ganci

In California (and many others states), if someone hurts you, you can make a claim for medical expenses in addition to general pain and suffering. This medical care may be direct emergency care at the hospital, but it may also be home attendant care.

5 Ways To Avoid Slip-and-Fall Accidents in the Workplace

July 6, 2022 Personal injury

Slip-and-fall accidents are not completely preventable, but there are steps that can be taken to help workers avoid them in the workplace. 

1. Design a Workplace Free of Hazards

In the design phase of your business, keep safety in mind to prevent potential risks of slip-and-falls. 

What Happens If I’m Late Reporting My Work Injury in California?

July 6, 2022 Personal injury

After a work-related injury, very specific procedures must be followed for an employee to receive workers’ compensation. When an injury is reported late, meaning long after the initial accident, it can cause problems and delays with your claim.

$80 million Proposed Settlement Receives Preliminary Approval in VW/Porsche Emissions-Fuel Economy Case

July 1, 2022 Press Releases

San Diego, July 1, 2022 – CaseyGerry is pleased to report that a proposed settlement of $80 million has received preliminary approval in the Volkswagen/ Porsche Emissions case in which consumers accused car companies Volkswagen and Porsche of providing misleading information on the emissions performance and fuel economy of certain gas-powered model vehicles sold in the U.S.

Discovery responses matter: Field v. U.S. Bank National Association

June 28, 2022 Blog,California Laws

By Eric Ganci

In civil litigation, Parties have the ability to serve (the fancy word is “to propound”) formal discovery questions on the other sides. One purpose of formal discovery is to focus the case to the issues which need litigation and to possibly sector-off issues which Parties may agree or admit.

Elephant Insurance Data Breach

June 22, 2022 Class Action,Data Breaches

The law firm of CaseyGerry is investigating a data breach that has impacted customers of insurance company, Elephant Insurance.

Elephant Insurance provides car, and other insurance services in the United States.

E-commerce Lawsuit: An Overview

Product liability is the area of law that applies when a defective or dangerous product injures someone and they file a claim. Historically, when referring to consumer retail products, the law has largely applied to items purchased at brick and mortar stores.

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