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Personal injury

How to pick the best law firm: Removing the financial burden of attaining justice with a contingency fee structure

April 10, 2021 Blog,Personal injury

In personal injury law, common practice is to represent clients on a contingency fee basis. Many injured clients are unable to pay attorney fees and may not be able to get legal representation without the option of contingency-based fees.

How to pick the best law firm – Look for the leader

March 29, 2021 Blog,Personal injury

If we have learned anything in our 74-years of representing individuals and families who have suffered serious injury and/or experienced loss, it is that the right or wrong representation will affect the outcome.

Can a Personal Injury Case Be Reopened? 

In most situations, once you accept a settlement offer by signing a liability release, you are in effect relinquishing your right to reopen or pursue that personal injury claim further. The liability release legally binds you to comply with the conditions of receiving compensation.

How to pick the best law firm: Early investigation makes a difference

March 24, 2021 Blog,Personal injury

How much harm can a little delay cause? When it comes to personal injury – a lot.

CaseyGerry understands the importance of early investigation. Which is why we have a team of full-time professional investigators whose job it is to obtain all relevant reports, documents, photographs, video, statements, and scene data which our attorneys and staff use to begin the process of prosecuting your case quickly and thoroughly.

Elevator and Escalator Injuries

February 23, 2021 Blog,Personal injury

CaseyGerry has extensive experience handling a variety of serious personal injury cases. Elevator and escalator injuries are one area we see a lot of cases.  Unfortunately, elevator and escalator injuries occur often, and the injuries are usually serious and sometimes fatal.

Food Safety Makes for a Healthy Holiday

November 21, 2016 Blog,Personal injury

Thanksgiving is a huge culinary undertaking which takes patience, skill, planning – and adherence to some basic food safety practices.

Chefs should remember that a safe meal is just as important as a delicious one and when preparing Thanksgiving for family and friends this year, stick to the food safety basics: clean, separate, cook and chill. 

Jeremy K. Robinson

Jeremy K. Robinson Partner, Chair of Motion & Appellate Practice

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Areas of Practice

Class Actions / MDL Litigation → Personal Injury → Wrongful Death →

Education

Rice University, B.A.,