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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.

Root Insurance Data Breach

August 18, 2021 Blog,Data Breaches

Earlier this year, Root Insurance reported a cybersecurity incident that may have put individuals’ personal information, including Drivers’ license numbers at risk of fraud.

According to the breach notice filed by the company, Root Insurance became aware of unusual activity in late January of 2021.

Metromile Car Insurance Hacked

August 18, 2021 Blog,Data Breaches

CaseyGerry is investigating a security breach that has put the sensitive information of individuals at risk.

In January of 2021, Metromile, a San Francisco-based car insurance startup discovered a cybersecurity breach in which a software bug was planted on the company’s quote query web page.

A2Z Diagnostics, LLC, Data Breach

August 16, 2021 Blog,Data Breaches


CaseyGerry is investigating a data security incident reported by A2Z Diagnostics (A2Z), a lab in New Jersey performing specialized diagnostic testing.

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.

Don’t be fooled by Amazon’s new product liability policies

August 10, 2021 Ecommerce,Knowledge Base

By Jeremy K. Robinson

Starting September 1, 2021, Amazon will implement new policies that will affect any customer harmed by a defective product coming from Amazon’s announcement of the changes is here.

Secure Administrative Solutions LLC Data Breach Impacts Insurance providers

August 10, 2021 Blog,Data Breaches

CaseyGerry is investigating a data breach reported by Renaissance Life & Health Insurance Company of America. Renaissance reported that the security incident was experienced by their third-party vendor, Secure Administrative Solutions LLC (SAS) who alerted them to it on June 1, 2021.

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