Verdicts & Settlements
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Jury Finds for Pedestrian

September 26, 2016
American Reprographics vs. Pedestrian

American Reprographics at fault following delivery truck collision with pedestrian.

Following a three-day trial, a Vista Superior Court jury ordered a San Diego company to pay $425,741.67 in damages to Carlsbad resident and Arizona State University student Haley Shook, now 23, who was seriously injured after being hit by a company truck while traversing a Carlsbad cross walk.

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Judge rendered a $5.4 million verdict against the United States Government in favor of motorcyclist

September 26, 2016
Hendrickson v. United States Government

Following a four-day trial, a Judge rendered a $5.4 million verdict against the United States Government in favor of motorcyclist John B. Hendrickson, whose severe injuries due to a serious collision with an on-duty U.S.

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Robo-Calling Class Action Settles

September 26, 2016
Computerized calling system violates federal law by running up cell phone bills for consumers.

Bank of America settles Robo-Calling case for record setting $32 million

Marking the largest settlement since the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) was enacted in 1991, Mark Ankcorn, of counsel to CaseyGerry, settled a class action lawsuit against Bank of America for more than $32 million.

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Products Defect Case Settles

September 26, 2016
“This was a classic case of ‘David v. Goliath’ and a just settlement was reached.” — Tom Luneau

Mechanic Awarded More than $1.5 Million in Products Defect Case

In this products defect case, a San Diego Superior Court judge ordered that Ingersoll Rand, a New Jersey-based manufacturer of construction and mining machinery, pay over $1.5 million to a heavy equipment mechanic injured while performing routine maintenance work on a drilling rig manufactured by the defendant.

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Cell Phone Lawsuit Settled for $8 Million

September 26, 2016
Because the tax is automatically added to monthly bills, many Chula Vista residents did not realize they were paying the tax.

CaseyGerry and Capretz & Associates have obtained preliminary approval of an $8 million settlement in a class action lawsuit against the City of Chula Vista.

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Complex Premises Liability Case Settled

September 26, 2016
“She was the family’s breadwinner, and the settlement will help compensate for significant loss of wages, medical care and expenses as well as significant quality of life issues.”

Attorneys for a woman severely injured in a poolside fall settled the complex premises liability case for $7.5 million in damages.

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Settlement Reached in Off-road Vehicle Case

September 26, 2016
“The vehicle had been significantly modified.”

Scott Cummins, of Counsel with CaseyGerry, recently obtained a seven-figure settlement on behalf of a man who suffered catastrophic head injuries following a serious accident in a modified four wheel drive, off-road vehicle.

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Verdict Upheld in Marshalls Case

September 26, 2016
Following an appeal by retailing giant Marshalls Department Store, a CaseyGerry client was awarded $300,852.00 to cover medical costs, economic damages and lost earnings following a serious accident.

A more than $300,000 verdict in a serious slip and fall case was recently upheld in a unanimous decision by the 4th District Court of Appeals, following an appeal by  defendant, Marshalls Department Store.

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