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CaseyGerry Attorney Named to Social Media Steering Committee – Social Media Addiction

SAN DIEGO (June 6, 2023) Frederick Schenk, a longtime CaseyGerry partner and head of the firm’s mass torts practice, was recently appointed by Judge Carolyn Kuhl of the Los Angeles Superior Court to serve on the plaintiffs steering committee in the social media judicial council coordination proceedings (JCCP) lawsuit against some of the world’s biggest Social media companies, including Facebook and Instagram, YouTube, SnapChat, TikTok, and others.

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.


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.

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April 17, 2023 Press Releases
Evans to Co-Lead Firm Operations

SAN DIEGO, Calif. (April 17, 2023) — CaseyGerry, San Diego’s oldest plaintiffs’ law firm, has elected partner Jason C. Evans to its executive committee – the firm’s management body.

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CaseyGerry Announces $10.8 Million Settlement in Case Against U.S. Government

October 21, 2022 Press Releases

SAN DIEGO (October 17, 2022) – Marking the largest individual personal injury settlement of a motor vehicle collision case against the U.S. government in the history of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of California, CaseyGerry partners Robert J.

$80 million Proposed Settlement Receives Preliminary Approval in VW/Porsche Emissions-Fuel Economy Case

July 1, 2022 Press Releases

San Diego, July 1, 2022 – CaseyGerry is pleased to report that a proposed settlement of $80 million has received preliminary approval in the Volkswagen/ Porsche Emissions case in which consumers accused car companies Volkswagen and Porsche of providing misleading information on the emissions performance and fuel economy of certain gas-powered model vehicles sold in the U.S.

Father of three children who were murdered by their mother files lawsuit against the City and County of Los Angeles for failing to respond to his pleas to intervene to protect his children

For Immediate Release April 21, 2022

On Numerous Occasions in the Months Leading to the Murder of His Children, Erik Denton Pleaded With L.A. Law Enforcement and Child Welfare Agencies to Intervene to Protect His Children from His Partner Who Was Mentally Unstable, Yet They Failed to Act, Leading to the Murder of His Children

LOS ANGELES, CA — Erik Denton, the father of three children who were murdered by their mentally-ill mother on April 10, 2021, filed a lawsuit today against the City of Los Angeles and the County of Los Angeles for repeatedly failing to intervene to protect his children after Denton did everything in his power to try and get them to help in the months leading up to the murders.

Female Athletes Add Unequal Treatment, Retaliation Claims to Title IX Sex Discrimination Class Action Against San Diego State University

April 21, 2022 Class Action,Press Releases

For Immediate Release – April 21, 2022

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Justin Mai, Bailey & Glasser, LLP, (920) 450-1974,

Arthur Bryant, Bailey & Glasser, LLP, (510) 507-9972,

Holly Amaya, Haeggquist & Eck, LLP, (619) 573-7224,