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What does it take to prove someone’s negligence was a “substantial factor” in causing your harm per California law? Bebe v. Wonderful Pistachios & Almonds LLC

November 14, 2023 Blog,California Laws,Eric Ganci

By Eric Ganci

June 6, 2023 gave us this filed case Bebe v. Wonderful Pistachios & Almonds LLC, cited as of 6/14/23 as 2023 WL 3837260.  

The main discussion of the case is whether the Court improperly granted a motion for summary judgment in favor of Defendants (which the Court of Appeal held granting this MSJ in favor of Defense was wrong).

Does Design Immunity Shield Public Entities from Warning of Roadway Hazards? Insights from Tansavatdi v. City of Rancho Palos Verdes

November 8, 2023 Blog,California Laws,Eric Ganci

By Eric Ganci

Sometimes in the legal system, we have courts that disagree on how to read, understand, and interpret the law. I know, I know: it’s shocking to think lawyers and Judges may somehow find a way to disagree with each other.  

Hyatt Hotel Lawsuit

Hyatt Hotel Lawsuit: Global Media Spotlight on Toddler’s Tragic Fall

October 17, 2023 News Articles,Wrongful Death

CaseyGerry has initiated legal proceedings against Hyatt Hotels Corp. following the tragic death of toddler Nico Carter, who fell from the ninth story of the Hyatt Ziva resort in Puerto Vallarta due to an absent safety window pane.

Hyatt Hotel Lawsuit

CaseyGerry Files a Lawsuit Against Hyatt Hotels Corp. After San Diego Toddler Falls From Ninth Floor of Luxury Resort

October 11, 2023 Press Releases,Wrongful Death
Toddler Dies After Falling Through Missing Safety Window

San Diego-based law firm CaseyGerry has filed a wrongful death lawsuit in San Diego Federal Court on behalf of the family of Nico Carter, a young child who died in 2021 after falling from the ninth floor of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico’s Hyatt Ziva hotel.

Male Breast Cancer Linked to Camp Lejeune Contamination Scandal

September 29, 2023 Blog,Mass Tort Blog

The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that 500 thousand to one million people who lived and worked at Camp Lejeune Military base were exposed to toxic elements in the water supply between 1953 and 1987.

Deciphering Neuropsychological Tests: A Spotlight on Transparency in TBI Claims in California – Randy’s Trucking INC

September 25, 2023 Blog,California Laws,Eric Ganci

By Eric Ganci

In California civil litigation, if Plaintiff alleges a brain injury (TBI), many times Defense will hire a neuropsychologist as an expert to evaluate Plaintiff for the claimed injuries.

The Tragic Impact of the Camp Lejeune Contamination on Families

September 22, 2023 Blog,Mass Tort Blog

The Camp Lejeune Justice Act was enacted in 2022, enabling those who suffered from exposure to the toxic waters of Camp Lejeune, to file claims against responsible parties including the U.S.

NHTSA Proposes New Safety Belt Rules

On August 21, 2023, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) proposed to amend the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard to include seat belt warnings for rear passenger seats.

The proposed rule will mandate seat belt warning signs for nearly all new vehicles manufactured in the United States, requiring car makers to include visual and audio alerts when rear seatbelts are not buckled.

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