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CaseyGerry Investigates Reports of Gallbladder Issues and Gastroparesis in Ozempic® Users

August 22, 2023 Blog,Mass Tort Blog

CaseyGerry is investigating reports linking the use of the prescription drug Ozempic® to Cholelothiasis (gallstones), Cholecystitis (inflammation of the gallbladder), and other gallbladder health issues, as well as Gastroparesis.

Ozempic® and similar medications are used by some patients with diabetes to control blood glucose levels.

12 CaseyGerry Attorneys Named in 2024’s Best Lawyers in America. Firm Among Top National & Regional Picks

August 17, 2023 Awards

CaseyGerry is proud to announce that nine CaseyGerry attorneys have been named in the 30th edition of the Best Lawyers in America® and three attorneys in the Best Lawyers of America: Ones to Watch.

Pedestrian Deaths In California: High Surge in San Diego

New data reveals there has been 35 percent spike  in the number of pedestrian deaths in San Diego over the past year. Pedestrian deaths increased countywide

According to an annual report released last week by the San Diego County Medical Examiner

Do Pedestrians Have the Right of Way?

The right of way means everything when it comes to the relationship between drivers and pedestrians. While it’s true that pedestrians often have the right of way, it surprises most people to learn they don’t always.

Can an electronic scooter company be liable for scooters laying around? Hacala v. Bird Rides, Inc. 

By: Eric Ganci

We’ve seen this: a messy sidewalk, littered by electronic scooters. Whether they are scooter versions from Bird, Lyft, Uber, or some other company, the scooter craze swept through San Diego and many other Cities…to help in part with traffic and ease of commuting…but to also bring the ability for scooter riders to leave scooters laying around sidewalks, streets, yards, etc.  

Digital Dependency: A National Concern Over Youth Social Media Addiction and the Imperative for Regulatory Actions

By: Frederick Schenk

Our nation – in particular teenagers and young adults – is addicted to social media.

According to the Pew Research Center, 95% of teens today use some form of social media.

More Factors to Consider with the Privette Doctrine: Degala v. John Stewart Company, filed 1/27/23 

By Eric Ganci

I recently blogged on the March 2023 case decision Marin et al. v. Department of Transportation, which discusses the Privette Doctrine. A case held about a month prior, Degala v.

Daniel Murillo v. American Honda Motor Company, Inc. et al Order

Congratulations to CaseyGerry partners Gayle M. Blatt, P. Camille Guerra, and Jeremy Robinson who have been appointed as co-lead counsel in Murillo V. Honda class action.

Blatt, Guerra, and Robinson represent plaintiff Murillo as part of a consolidated Class Action against car maker, Honda Motor Company, Inc.

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