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How To Prove Medical Malpractice

January 27, 2023 Personal injury

To prove medical malpractice is responsible for an injury or illness, you must be able to demonstrate the following four elements of negligence. 

Duty of Care

The defendant (at-fault party) owed the plaintiff (victim) a duty of care.

Can You File a Lawsuit Using a Pseudonym and Not Your Real Name?

By Eric Ganci

Filing a lawsuit in California, or anywhere, requires big decisions. One decision may be if you file, you may need to put your actual name on file, for all the public to have access to.

New Law Regarding Filing a Notice to Appeal in the California Courts

November 9, 2022 Attorneys,Blog,Personal injury

By Eric Ganci

Garg v. Garg, filed 9/7/22.

In the California Court systems, you may have the ability to file an appeal. But the appeal must be filed timely, or else it may be barred.

If I dismiss Defendant from my civil case, am I liable for Defendant’s CCP 998 costs?

By Eric Ganci

Research by Martha Klak

Let me repose the question: if Defendant serves you with a CCP 998 offer to settle, if you do not accept this offer, and then if you later dismiss Defendant from your civil action…are you liable to pay Defendant’s 998 costs?

Honda Civic Defective Infotainment Lawsuit

October 21, 2022 Class Action,Personal injury
2016-2020 Honda Civic – Class Action Investigation 

CaseyGerry is investigating an alleged defect in the infotainment systems of several Honda vehicles, particularly Honda Civic models manufactured between 2016-2020. 

The investigation pertains to an alleged defect in the vehicles’ infotainment system that can affect the vehicle functions including the rear-view parking camera, heating, cooling, audio, blue tooth and more.  

Social Media platforms sued for harms to adolescents and children

CaseyGerry Investigates the Negative Impact of Social Media Platforms on Young Users

October 20, 2022 Blog,Personal injury,Social Media

CaseyGerry is investigating allegations against Meta (Facebook), Instagram, and similar social media platforms for the negative impacts they have on the mental and physical well-being of their young users, especially teenage girls.

I won my trial! But can the Judge take that away with a Judgment Notwithstanding the Verdict (JNOV)? Perez v. Hibachi Buffet, filed 8/30/22.

By Eric Ganci

Perez v. Hibachi Buffet

Picture this: you fell in a grocery store, at the fault of the store. The store denied fault, made up wild excuses…you took then to trial, and the Jury found in your favor and held the Store accountable.

Was a School Liable for a Shooting When the School Knew the Shooter? C.I. v. San Bernardino City Unified School.

By Eric Ganci

School Shooting – C.I. v. San Bernardino City Unified School

I cannot overstate the gravity and sadness of this August 10, 2022 filed decision C.I. v. San Bernardino City Unified School (from the California Court of Appeal, Fourth District, cited as 2022 WL 4077374).