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Workplace Injury Liability: Insights from Marin v. DOT & Privette Doctrine

By Eric Ganci

If you’re an employee of an independent contractor and are injured on the job, can you sue the general contractor or hirer? A recent case (Marin v. DOT) offers some insight:  

Let me lay out a set of facts, then get into the law.

Case of first impression regarding California Evidence Code 721: Paige v. Safeway, Inc

By Eric Ganci

Below is some food and/or law for thought about using “reliable authorities” to get helpful article/treatise language in as evidence through cross examination–either through trial or setting it up in depos, to then use in trial.  

Consumer Alert – Boppy Infant Lounger Manufacturer Re-Issues Recall After More Infant Deaths

June 8, 2023 Blog,Mass Tort Blog

Boppy has re-issued a recall of the Boppy Infant Lounger which has been linked to at least 10 infant deaths. The Boppy loungers under recall are the Boppy Original Newborn Loungers, Boppy Preferred Newborn Loungers and Pottery Barn Kids Boppy Newborn Loungers. 

Richard Perry_New York Times

New York Times Reports on CaseyGerry Client, Richard Perry and His Road to Recovery

CaseyGerry client Richard Perry, former professional wrestler is finding hope after a devastating injury cut his dreams short.

The New York Times covers his story of perseverance in the face of tragedy.

CaseyGerry Announces $12M Settlement with United States of America in Case of U.S. National Team Wrestler Richard Perry

Settlement Is The Largest Ever With The United States Of America For An Individual Personal Injury Claim In The Southern District Of California.

San Diego, CA — CaseyGerry announced today that the firm has reached a $12 million settlement with the United States of America in the Richard Perry and Gina Cimmino v.

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.

FAMILY OF CHILDREN INJURED BY PEPPER SPRAY FILES SUIT AGAINST THE U.S. POSTAL SERVICE

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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