Verdicts & Settlements
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Eveland vs. City of San Marcos Traumatic Brain Injury Case Settles

August 30, 2016

Eveland vs. City of San Marcos

Settlement: $5 million

More than four years after high school student Scott Eveland collapsed on a San Marcos, Calif., football field – suffering a traumatic brain injury – CaseyGerry and attorneys for the defense reached a multi-million million settlement on his behalf in Spring 2012.

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Largest Commercial Bribery Case Settles

August 30, 2016
“The largest commercial bribery case in U.S. history.”

Sierra Autocars v. American Honda Motor Company, Inc.

A precedent-setting settlement was reached by CaseyGerry attorneys after thirteen Honda dealers in Southern California sued over bribery and corruption of the American Honda auto allocation system.


Taking on Big Tobacco

August 30, 2016

Davis & Ellis v. R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company et. al.

CaseyGerry was one of the firms selected by Governor Gray Davis to pursue a private attorney general action against Big Tobacco.

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Historic Role in Exxon Valdez Case

August 30, 2016
“Justice delayed is justice denied. Many of our clients lost their fishing boats, their licenses and over 600 died, but we continued to fight for their cause for nearly 20 years.
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Rights of Disabled Upheld

August 30, 2016
“Our legal team was able to prove that that the defendants clearly chose aesthetics over safety, and violated the California Building Code and ADA requirements, aswell as basic common sense in the design and management of the facility.”
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Historic 9/11 Pro Bono Effort

August 30, 2016
“While the death and destruction caused by the events of 9/11 are incomprehensible, what many don’t realize is that this disaster paved the way for the most important – and largest – pro bono effort in the history of American Jurisprudence: Trial Lawyers Care, a program developed by The Association of Trial Lawyers of American (ATLA) which provided hope for hundreds of families.”
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Jury Rules in Favor of Student Injured During Vocational Class

June 27, 2007

A San Diego Superior Court jury ordered that Los Angeles-based RWM Fiberoptics Inc. pay an Oceanside resident $455,000 in damages following an injury incurred during a vocational training class.

The jury ruled in favor of Thomas Penfield’s client, a vocational class student, in the case against RWM, a vocational training school which has since closed its doors.

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