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Is a California Code of Civil Procedure 998 enforceable when you only reference 998 to accept instead of describing actual acceptance instructions?

September 29, 2021 Blog,Personal injury

By Eric Ganci

California Code of Civil Procedure 998 gives trial attorneys a powerful tool. If executed properly, if you 998 the other side an offer to settle…and if the other side fails to beat your 998 offer at trial, then the other side may have to pay your costs incurred after your 998.

American Pool Enterprises, Inc. Data Breach

September 28, 2021 Blog,Data Breaches,Personal injury

CaseyGerry is investigating a data breach reported by American Pool Enterprises, the largest swimming pool maintenance company in the United States, that has compromised the information of 59,749 individuals including eleven in Maine.

Who Is Liable for Pedestrian Accidents in San Diego?

August 29, 2021 Personal injury

Depending on the circumstances, the driver, the pedestrian, or a third party may be totally or partially liable for a pedestrian accident. In San Diego, fault is determined by each party’s degree of negligence.

What Are the Pedestrian Laws in California?

August 25, 2021 Personal injury

Just like drivers, pedestrians in California are responsible for following traffic and safety laws at all times. These regulations reduce the risk of a crash, and when one does occur, the laws regarding pedestrians play a big part in determining who is at fault for an accident.

14 Questions to Ask a San Diego Pedestrian Accident Lawyer

August 20, 2021 Personal injury

After a serious injury caused by a pedestrian accident, hiring a lawyer may seem like a daunting task. However, it doesn’t have to be if you already know what questions to ask.

Insurance bad faith, and a $25k policy that turned into a $26 million Judgement. Hedayati v. Interinsurance Exchange of the Automobile Club

August 18, 2021 Blog,Personal injury

By Eric Ganci

Yes, you read those numbers correctly. What started as an insurance policy for $25,000…turned into a popped policy…and which then turned into a $26 million dollar Judgement. Which then also turned into a Bad Faith claim against the Automobile Club.

How Much Is a Pedestrian Accident Case Worth?

August 14, 2021 Personal injury

There is no exact formula to determine a pedestrian accident case’s worth since the circumstances vary case by case. However, a skilled personal injury attorney in San Diego can give you an accurate estimate after considering the following.

Negligent entrustment of a vehicle and negligent hiring of a driver: McKenna v. Beesley

August 12, 2021 Blog,Personal injury

In California, if you lend your car to someone you have a duty to “make a reasonable effort or inquiry to determine whether the prospective driver possesses a valid driver’s license before allowing” that person to drive your car.