Following COVID-19 related shelter in place mandates, the San Diego Superior Court completely closed for all civil matters, resulting in a backlog of over 8,000 missed hearings and dozens of trials.
David S. Casey Jr., Robert J. Francavilla featured on Daily Journal’s Top Plaintiff’s Attorney List
SAN DIEGO, Calif. – CaseyGerry partners David S. Casey Jr. and Robert J. Francavilla have been recognized as among “California’s Top Plaintiff’s Attorneys” by the Los Angeles Daily Journal and San Francisco Daily Journal – leading daily California legal publications.
Warm-weather plans may look different this year with safety guidelines still in place to limit the spread of the coronavirus. However, like every summer, a dangerous and potentially fatal situation still threatens our children: being left in hot cars.
By Jeremy K. Robinson, CaseyGerry
Just over a week after the Black Lives Matter protests started, a panel of the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an opinion on the use of excessive force by the police against a homeless black man that included the exhortation, “[t]his has to stop.”
SAN DIEGO ATTORNEYS FORM RESOLVE LAW SAN DIEGO, A PRO BONO PROGRAM TO HELP CIVIL LITIGANTS IN FACE OF COVID-19 CRISIS
SAN DIEGO (June 10, 2020) – Amidst COVID-19 induced shelter-in-place orders, the San Diego Superior Court closed for all civil matters – creating a backlog of over 8,000 missed hearings, dozens of trials and an inability to move cases forward.
San Diego (May 28, 2020) – CaseyGerry, one of San Diego’s most established plaintiffs’ law firms, announced today former Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) special agent Bradlee Godshall has joined its in-house team of private investigators.
The Veterans Health Administration is the nation’s largest healthcare network and an important resource for our veterans. Tragically, the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs reported thousands of cases of the virus in VA facilities and hundreds of deaths.
Cruise lines were one of the first coronavirus hotspots. In March 2020, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that Carnival Corporations’ Diamond Princess and Grand Princess had a total of more than 800 COVID-19 cases and 10 deaths.