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Was a School Liable for a Shooting When the School Knew the Shooter? C.I. v. San Bernardino City Unified School.

By Eric Ganci

School Shooting – C.I. v. San Bernardino City Unified School

I cannot overstate the gravity and sadness of this August 10, 2022 filed decision C.I. v. San Bernardino City Unified School (from the California Court of Appeal, Fourth District, cited as 2022 WL 4077374).

tesla misleading marketing practices

CaseyGerry Investigates Tesla’s Misleading Marketing Practices for ADAS Capabilities

September 23, 2022 Blog,Class Action,Class Actions

CaseyGerry is investigating allegations that Tesla has engaged in misleading and deceptive marketing practices regarding its Advanced Driver Assistance Systems technology (ADAS).

Tesla drivers reported that the car manufacturer’s messaging led them to believe that Tesla vehicles are fully self-driving cars or will be in the near future. 

What Is Demonstrable Evidence And How Does It Affect My Case?

September 21, 2022 Blog,Personal Injury Blog

To successfully recover compensation in a personal injury case, an essential element is demonstrable evidence. This type of evidence establishes the defendant’s (at-fault party’s) liability in causing your harm. 

Common Types of Demonstrable Evidence

Demonstrable evidence can come in many forms, but its main feature is that it is visual.

Tesla’s Defective Braking System: Motorists Join Class Action | Casey Gerry Law Firm

September 1, 2022 Blog,Class Action

If you are a Tesla owner who is seeking legal help for Tesla’s Defective Braking System Class Action, you are not alone. Thousands of other Tesla owners have felt the same way and have decided to take legal action.

Can you add conditions when accepting a CCP 998 offer?

August 30, 2022 Blog,Personal injury

By Eric Ganci

Siri v. Sutter Home Winery, filed 8-25-22

To promote settlement, the California Code of Civil Procedure codified section 998. 998 offers and acceptance…and what legal ramifications come if you do not accept them…is a deep legal discussion.

Ford Recalls SUVs Due to Potential Fire Hazard: CaseyGerry Class Action Investigation

July 18, 2022 Blog,Class Action

The law firm of CaseyGerry continues to investigate a recall of almost 60,000 SUVs due to a potential fire hazard. On July 13, 2022, the law firms of CaseyGerry and Bailey & Glasser, LLP filed a lawsuit against Ford Motor Company, on behalf of those who received a recall notice.

Lawsuit Filed in Elephant Insurance Data Breach

July 11, 2022 Blog,Class Action

On July 8, 2022, the law firm of CaseyGerry, Webster Book LLP and Lockridge Grindal Nauen P.L.L.P.  filed a lawsuit against Elephant Insurance on behalf of those who received notice of the 2022 Elephant Insurance data breach.

Experian – Identity theft and credit fraud

July 11, 2022 Blog,Class Action

Do you have Experian credit monitoring?  According to an article by KrebsonSecurity, hackers are able to take over an individual’s Experian account simply by changing the email address of the existing account.