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  • Virgen v. XLA VIP, LLC (Tommy Gutierrez) (LASC: BC575580)

    Plaintiff, Efren Virgen, alleges that on February 22, 2015 , he sustained severe bodily injuries as a result of being struck by a black 1998 Ford E450 “party bus” driven by Tommy A. Gutierrez. Plaintiff further alleges that Mr. Gutierrez was acting within the course and scope of his employment with XLA VIP LLC.

    Demanded policy limits ($5,500,000).

    Settled for $4,000,000.00

  • Lievano v. Santana, et al. (Adebayo Fateye) (SBSC: CIVDS1502880)

    Plaintiffs (Lievano and Santana) allege they sustained personal injury as a result of a multiple MVA on 3/4/14. Our client, Fateye, also sustained personal injury.

    Dismissal after filing MSJ.

  • Obtained Favorable Ruling
    Plaintiffs allegedly developed bronchiolitis obliterans (a type of chronic lung disease) as a result of occupational exposures to diacetyl and a diacetyl substitute, acetyl propionyl (2,3- pentanedione). Judgment was entered in favor of P&S's client after the court granted P&S's motion for summary judgment.
  • Moaven v. Madoyan, et al. (Suren Kocharian dba First Priority Limousine) (LASC: BC654068)
    Plaintiff, Asad Moaven (“Plaintiff”), sustained personal injuries as a result of being struck while crossing the street by a vehicle driven by Defendant, Artur Madoyan, who was acting within the scope and employment of Defendant, Suren Kocharian dba First Priority Limousine. Settled for $199,999.00
  • Reduced Monies Owed
    Plaintiff alleged that he sustained multiple myeloma as a result of occupational exposure to benzene during the course of his employment at an automotive parts store and as a truck driver. Plaintiffs settled with P&S client, a manufacturer of an automotive lacquer-based primer, for a de minimis amount.
  • Confidential Resolution
    Plaintiff contended that he developed psychosis as a result of exposure to manganese while working as a jewelry maker from 2000 to 2008. P&S negotiated a confidential resolution on behalf of P&S client, a manufacturer of German milled tungsten vanadium steel rotary drilling/filing/designing tools.
     
  • Successful Defense
    Obtained defense judgment in Los Angeles Superior Court following trial involving alleged fraud, breach of fiduciary duty involving former business partners.
  • Hugo Valiente, et al. v. Francisco Gonzalez, et al. (Green River Tours) (LASC: BC639126)

    Plaintiffs seek to recover for the death of Decedent, (85 y/o) who they allege was struck by a bus driven by Defendant, Francisco Gonzalez, as she was “lawfully crossing the street”. Decedent passed away at approximately 8:08 p.m. that day.

    Initially wanted policy limits ($5,000,000).

    H. Valiente: $128,501.00
    A. Valiente: $122,501.00
    L. Valiente: $15,000.00

  • Case Dismissed
    Plaintiffs contended that their decedent developed kidney disease (glomerulonephritis) and brain cancer (astrocytoma) as a result of occupational exposures to benzene at a metal office manufacturing facility between 1984 and 2002. Plaintiffs dismissed P&S Client, a manufacturer of chemical solvent for a waiver of costs.
     
  • Sandy Gonzalez v. Bancroft & Sons Transportation LLC, et al. (BC640796)

    Plaintiff, Sandy Gonzalez ("Plaintiff") alleges that Defendants Bancroft & Sons Transportation LLC and Gregory Ray Ingram ("Defendants") are liable for an auto collision that occurred on December 13, 2014, in Long Beach, CA on the I-710 southbound freeway. Ingram was the driver of one of the vehicles, employed by Bancroft, and determined to be the cause of the accident.

    Settled for $26,000.00

  • Stock Redemption
    Stock redemption transactions for merchant services company, food service company, veterinary practice, and real estate services company.
  • Case Dismissed
    Plaintiff alleged that he sustained lung disease (chronic berylium disease) as a result of occupational exposure to berylium while working at The Boeing Company. Plaintiffs dismissed P&S Client, a manufacturer of laboratory-grade berylium for a mutual waiver of costs.