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  • Reduced Monies Owed
    Plaintiffs alleged that a pipefitter developed acute myelogenous leukemia and a welder sustained non-Hodgkin's lymphoma as a result of occupational exposure to benzene at a shipyard. Plaintiffs settled with P&S Client, a manufacturer of conformal coating, for a de minimis amount.
     
  • Case Dismissed
    Plaintiffs alleged that decedent died from mesothelioma as a result of exposure to asbestos throughout his employment, as well as service in the US Navy. Plaintiffs dismissed P&S client for a mutual waiver of costs after P&S filed a motion for summary judgment.
  • Aurora Gomez v. Dion Tingley, et al. (Hoddger Tours dba Gold Coast) (LASC: BC582160)
    Plaintiff alleged that on 5/14/14, she was struck by a bus driven by Dion Tingley. Settled for $45,000.00.
  • Obtained Favorable Ruling
    Defended developer and general contractor in state court action in Oakland concerning alleged defects in the construction of a lot for a "spec" home, obtained favorable ruling on motions for summary adjudication which resulted in claims totaling more than $10 million being resolved for less than $1 million.
     
  • Case Dismissed
    Plaintiff alleged that he sustained acute myelogenous leukemia as a result of occupational exposure to benzene while working on various ships, oil rigs and oil-clean-up sites. P&S represented the manufacturer of an oil or fuel additive. Trial court dismissed action for plaintiff's failure to prosecute.
  • Alarcon v. Kim, et al. & Garcia v. Kim, et al. (LJ Express, Inc.; Kyu Jin Kim; and Michael Yoon Sung Kee)(LASC Case No. BC70156)

    Multiple vehicle collision involving Alarcons in a passenger vehicle and two semi-trucks, driven by Plaintiff Garcia and Defendant Kim on I-710 Northbound in Carson, CA.

    Resolved via informal negotiations:

    Marta Alarcon: $50,000.00

    Antonio Alarcon: $45,000.00

    Jesus Garcia: $24,000.00

    Total: $119,000.00

  • Pierson v. Philips Medical Systems (July 19, 2011, B221488) [nonpub. opn.]
    Affirmed summary judgment in favor of P&S client in a product liability/medical device matter after P&S demonstrated a lack of evidence supporting Plaintiff’s claims.
     
  • Case Dismissed
    Plaintiff alleged that he sustained personal injuries and damage as a result of exposure to dangerous levels of chemicals and compounds due to a HVAC system. P&S represented the manufacturer of a mold release agent designed for application to hot metallic mold surfaces. Plaintiff dismissed P&S Client for waiver of costs.
  • In re Jose Torres (Cox Petroleum) (Pre-lit)
    A tractor driven by Francisco Javier Salcedo (2012 Peterbilt) during the course and scope of his employment with Cox Petroleum Transport, sustained damage to its front bumper on the driver side after being struck by a vehicle driven by Jose Torres (2016 Dodge Ram) during the course and scope of his employment with Apio, Inc. Carrier for other driver accepted liability.
  • Successful Defense Verdict
    Plaintiff alleged that he sustained lung disease (interstitial pulmonary fibrosis) as a result of occupational exposure to respiratory particulates while working in an automotive repair body shop. A jury returned a defense verdict on behalf of P&S client, a manufacturer of automotive sprays and adhesives.
  • Successful Defense
    Attained dismissal of federal action alleging alter ego liability and fraud against owner of international corporation that had defaulted on contractual obligation to vendor pursuant to motion arguing that all of defendant's alleged actions were strictly protected and could not form basis for complaint.
  • Case Dismissed
    Plaintiffs alleged that Bruce Sample developed acute myelogenous leukemia (AML) as a result of occupational exposures to pressroom chemicals when he worked as a printer in a lithographic printing facility. Plaintiff Pamela Sample dismissed her single claim for loss of consortium against P&S client after it was shown that Bruce Sample sustained his injuries prior to his marriage to Pamela Sample.