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$14 Million Verdict Against County of Los Angeles For Pedestrian Struck By Vehicle On Sidewalk

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On Wednesday, May 25, 2016, a Los Angeles County Superior Court jury awarded $13,935,550 to a man who was seriously injured when he was struck by a car while walking on a sidewalk in Norwalk, California. The plaintiff was represented … LEARN MORE

Ryan Casey & Adam Shea Discuss How To Recognize A Workers’ Comp Third-Party Cross-Over Case

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The Workers’Compensation third-party case is a potential type of case that often gets overlooked by attorneys who assume that when workers are injured on the job, their only course of remedy for their client is to go through the Worker’s … LEARN MORE

Panish Shea & Boyle LLP Obtains $6.5 Million Settlement For 90-Year-Old Woman Run Over By City Garbage Truck

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At the start of trial in the Jerich v. City of Glendale matter on Wednesday, the case resolved for a settlement of $6.5 million.  This is believed to be one of the highest personal injury settlements in Los Angeles County … LEARN MORE

90-Year-Old Woman Struck & Crippled By City Trash Truck Seeks Justice In Court

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Attorneys Brian Panish and Spencer Lucas of Panish Shea & Boyle LLP will begin trial today in the matter of Margaret Jerich v. City of Glendale. The 90-year-old Plaintiff was struck and nearly killed by a City of Glendale garbage truck while she … LEARN MORE

SoCalGas Implements New Meal Reimbursement Plan For Residents Relocated As A Result Of Gas Well Blowout

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  The daily reimbursement amount for meal allowance has changed for eligible residents relocated as a result of the Aliso Canyon Storage facility gas well blowout last October. On Sunday, May 1, 2016, Southern California Gas Company began implementing a … LEARN MORE

Hearing Today To Determine Fate of SoCalGas Relocation Program For Displaced Residents

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A Los Angeles Superior Court judge will hear arguments this afternoon regarding whether SoCalGas should be required to continue paying for the relocation of residents displaced as a result of the October 2015 Aliso Canyon gas well blowout. The hearing follows … LEARN MORE

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