Verdicts & Settlements

Tony Gwynn Family Settlement with Tobacco Company

November 18, 2020

The family of deceased baseball Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn has reached a settlement with the U.S. Smokeless Tobacco Company, ending a lawsuit filed by the family that sought to hold the company responsible for “killing a baseball legend.”

Confidential settlement reached in ground-breaking case:  Seau v. NFL

November 18, 2020
Confidential settlement reached in ground-breaking case,  Seau v. NFL, raising awareness on football injuries and concussion safety.

One of football’s greatest tragedies was the loss of Junior Seau, one of the greatest football players in the history of the NFL.

$1.5 Million Settlement in Trip and Fall Case Against the City of Santa Clarita, CA

March 28, 2023

CaseyGerry partner Robert J. Francavilla and attorney Kelsie Russell recently settled a Trip and Fall case for $1.5 million. The team represented a young woman who sustained serious injuries to her jaw, face, and knee when she tripped and fell on a city sidewalk while jogging.

$6 Million Settlement in Wrongful Death Involving a Fire in a Home

February 22, 2023

In a very tragic situation where a divorced father triggered a fire resulting in the tragic death of his daughter, despite significant challenges in dealing with the insurance company, Casey Gerry was successful in achieving a $6 million recovery for her mother and surviving daughter.

$10.8 Million Settlement – Largest Individual Personal Injury Settlement of a Motor Vehicle Collision Case Against the U.S. Government

February 22, 2023

CaseyGerry is very proud to announce the largest individual personal injury settlement of a motor vehicle against the U.S. government in the history of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California.

CaseyGerry Successfully resolves UIM case for six-figures

May 25, 2021

Partner Srinivas Hanumadass and attorney David Casey III, along with the investigative and paralegal team, recently brought an Underinsured Motorist (UIM) case to a successful conclusion.

The plaintiff, a retired officer, was rear-ended in stop-and-go traffic.

California Supreme Court has denied Amazon’s Petition for Review in Bolger v. Amazon

November 30, 2020

In a win for consumers, the California Supreme Court has denied Amazon’s Petition for Review of the landmark decision in Bolger v., and Amazon’s request to depublish the opinion. That leaves the decision as the only published appellate opinion in the country holding Amazon liable for defective products sold on its website.

How Understanding the Client’s Pain Yielded a Settlement Five Times the Original Offer.

November 2, 2020

Partner Robert J. Francavilla represented a gentleman who suffered back and knee injuries in a collision. The at-fault driver only had $15,000 in insurance so the team proceeded against the client’s insurance company in an underinsured-motorist binding arbitration.

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