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A Leading Plaintiffs Firm for the Injured


Since 1947, success built on attention to detail


Associate Jason Evans recognized as Top Young Attorney


$5.4 Million Awarded in Crash with Border Agent

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NFL and Players Reach Concussion Settlement

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Settlement Reached for San Diego Cyclist

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Specialists in Asbestos and Mesothelioma Litigation

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Driven by a passion for people's rights

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New attorney rounds out the CG team

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Celebrating 65 years of Compassion and Excellence

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Class Action Suit Settles for $8 Million

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Knowledge, experience and a commitment to justice for our clients have helped the personal injury attorneys at CaseyGerry consistently achieve outstanding results and well deserved recognition – most recently a multi-million dollar award for victims at the Reno Airshow tragedy, as well as a key role on the steering committee for national NFL brain injury litigation.

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