Verdicts & Settlements
absestos

Asbestos Damages Awarded to Mall

September 26, 2016

Cerritos v. United States Mineral Products

After suffering property damage from asbestos released in fireproofing materials, Los Cerritos Shopping Center – represented by CaseyGerry attorney Thomas D. Penfield – was awarded $14.15 million by a Los Angeles Superior Court jury that found United States Mineral Products responsible for the removal  of the cancer-causing materials. 

Landmark Highway Design Case

September 26, 2016
“The family (of the victim)…is hopeful this case will help bring about safety measures to minimize the risk of such a tragedy happening again.” – Robert J. Francavilla

Mark and Beverly L.

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Asbestos Manufacturer Held Accountable

September 26, 2016

David and Alice M. vs. Owens Corning Fiberglass

CaseyGerry partner Frederick Schenk obtained $2.4 in punitive damages as well as economic losses – the largest verdict ever against an asbestos manufacturer (Owens Corning Fiberglass) in the County of San Diego – for client David M.,

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Traumatic Brain Injury Case Settles

August 30, 2016
“This was a particularly hard case given the nature of the injury and the hard road ahead for this young man. I’m glad we were able to make a difference in the care he will receive moving forward.”
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Largest Commercial Bribery Case Settles

August 30, 2016
“The largest commercial bribery case in U.S. history.”

Sierra Autocars v. American Honda Motor Company, Inc.

A precedent-setting settlement was reached by CaseyGerry attorneys after thirteen Honda dealers in Southern California sued over bribery and corruption of the American Honda auto allocation system.

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Taking on Big Tobacco

August 30, 2016

Davis & Ellis v. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company et. al.

CaseyGerry was one of the firms selected by Governor Gray Davis to pursue a private attorney general action against Big Tobacco.

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Historic Role in Exxon Valdez Case

August 30, 2016
“Justice delayed is justice denied. Many of our clients lost their fishing boats, their licenses and over 600 died, but we continued to fight for their cause for nearly 20 years.
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Rights of Disabled Upheld

August 30, 2016
“Our legal team was able to prove that that the defendants clearly chose aesthetics over safety, and violated the California Building Code and ADA requirements, aswell as basic common sense in the design and management of the facility.”

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