San Diego Personal Injury Blog

CaseyGerry Attorney Representing Family in US Postal Service Lawsuit

CaseyGerry partner Jason Evans is representing a family against the US Postal Service for allegedly causing harm to their children from the use of pepper spray.

A postal service carrier was said to have used pepper spray excessively and regularly on the family dog on his mail runs.


Young Children Suffer Respiratory Ailments After Pepper Spray Incidents

SAN DIEGO (April 18, 2023) San Diego attorneys Jason Evans of CaseyGerry LLP and co-counsel Thomas Robertson of the Law Office of Thomas E.

Thai v. Richmond City Center, L.P.: Establishing Precedent for Motion to Compel Deadlines in Subpoenaed Consumer Records

By Eric Ganci

A case of first impression: firming up law for deadlines to file a motion to compel after you subpoena records from a consumer not a party in the suit, and that consumer objects to producing your subpoenaed documents.
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21st Century Insurance and Farmers Insurance Data Breaches

Two Years Later, 21st Century Insurance and Farmers Insurance Data Breaches Still Impact California Residents

California residents impacted by the Farmers Insurance and 21st Century Insurance data breaches in 2021 are advised to contact attorneys at CaseyGerry to discuss their legal rights.

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April 17, 2023 Press Releases
Evans to Co-Lead Firm Operations

SAN DIEGO, Calif. (April 17, 2023) — CaseyGerry, San Diego’s oldest plaintiffs’ law firm, has elected partner Jason C. Evans to its executive committee – the firm’s management body.

Does Emailing a Motion Extend the Deadline for Service? Cole v. Superior Court (Zeiner)

By Eric Ganci

Filed 12/30/22

In civil lawsuits, deadlines can make or break a case. It’s a mentality of live by the sword, die by the sword. …and I guess I should explain the sword in this scenario is deadlines.

CaseyGerry files Class Action Lawsuit Against Honda for Sticky Steering Issues

April 12, 2023 Blog,Class Action

CaseyGerry has filed a lawsuit against Honda on behalf of consumers who experienced issues with the steering wheel becoming stuck, often at highway speeds.

The suit was filed on April 4, 2023.

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Update: Plaintiffs Request Cease Order on Tesla Autopilot Features and Marketing

Plaintiffs in the Tesla Autopilot litigation have requested that the Judge order CEO Elon Musk to deactivate Self-Driving technology in all Tesla vehicles, and to refrain from any related messaging pertaining to the capabilities of this feature.

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