E.M. vs. City of National City, et. al
CaseyGerry partner Frederick Schenk, working closely with firm associates Jillian Hayes and Briana Givens, achieved a $1.5 million settlement on behalf of his client E.M.,
CaseyGerry represented the passenger riding in a side-by-side UTV rental after he suffered debilitating injuries to his arm when the off-road vehicle rolled over in the desert. Defendants included the rental facility, vehicle and part manufacturers, and the driver.
SAN DIEGO (March 21, 2018)…In one of the highest trip and fall settlements with the City of San Diego in history, plaintiffs’ law firm CaseyGerry has reached a $1 million settlement on behalf of a pedestrian who was seriously injured after tripping over a raised concrete edge in a poorly maintained crosswalk in San Diego’s University Heights neighborhood.
CaseyGerry represented a motorist who was seriously injured after a big rig driver drove his 30,000-pound semi-tractor into stopped traffic on the I-215 freeway. The big rig driver was traveling at a speed greater than 30 miles per hour and hit multiple vehicles – totaling a pick-up truck directly behind him that sustained the initial impact.
CaseyGerry achieved substantial compensation for a professional woman who was walking home from work in downtown San Diego. She began to walk on the crosswalk at the pedestrian ‘go’ signal when a MTS articulated bus struck her and ran over her foot.
CaseyGerry obtained a $7.6 million jury verdict for a physician who has been wheelchair-bound since 1983 when his neck was fractured in a diving accident. The litigation arose from a 2014 incident, when a Clinton River Medical Products defective product, a Tailwind power assist wheelchair failed — seriously injuring the physician, who was descending the ramp from his car in the wheelchair.
CaseyGerry represented a woman in a premises liability claim after she suffered serious injuries when a car crashed into a nail salon where she was a customer. CaseyGerry attorneys contended that inadequate conditions at the property allowed the car to careen into the salon.