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  • 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

  • Successful Representation
    Represented residential developer in negotiations with subcontractor insurance companies concerning wording of additional insured endorsements.
     
  • Reduced Monies Owed
    Plaintiff alleges that she sustained non-Hodgkin's lymphoma as a result of occupational exposure to benzene and chemicals while working as a painter. Plaintiffs settled with P&S client, a manufacturer of machine lubricant, for a de minimis amount.
  • Maxton v. Western States Metals
    Published opinion by the Court of Appeal establishing the availability of the component parts doctrine in California, which provides that the manufacturer of a component part is not liable for injuries caused by the finished product into which the component has been incorporated unless the component itself was defective and caused harm. (Maxton v. Western States Metals (2012) 203 Cal.App.4th 81 [136 Cal.Rptr.3d 630].)
  • Successful Defense
    Obtained defense jury verdict in Federal Court in Maryland in patent case involving automatic tablet dispensing machines.
  • Case Dismissed
    Plaintiffs contend that decedent developed acute myelogenous leukemia as a result of occupational exposures to benzene while working as a floor installer between 1973 and 2005. Plaintiffs dismissed P&S Client, a manufacturer of chemical sealer for stone materials for a waiver of costs.
     
  • Obtained Defense Verdict at Trial

    Plaintiffs alleged a vehicle owned and driven by P&S’ client struck Plaintiffs’ vehicle, which was driven by a non-party. The collision occurred because P&S client struck a tractor (which was operating without roper lighting) causing P&S client to veer into the oncoming traffic lane and collide with Plaintiffs’ vehicle. Within minutes of the impact, another individual drove through the debris field and the driver lost control and became unconscious.

    Physical injuries including neck, back, shoulders, arms, wrists, legs, thighs, knees, face (bruising), whiplash, and intestinal bruising. Cognitive injuries including concussion, memory loss, loss of balance, and headaches.

    P&S obtained a defense verdict at trial.

  • Case Dismissed
    Plaintiff contended that he developed non-Hodgkin's lymphoma as a result of occupational exposure to toxic chemicals while working as a carpenter, set-builder, and prop-maker at various employment locations between 1978 and 2009. Plaintiff dismissed three P&S Clients: a manufacturer of acetone; a manufacturer of paint thinner; and a manufacturer of lubricant for a waiver of costs.
  • Case Dismissed
    Plaintiff alleged that he contracted an asbestos-related disease as a result of occupational exposure to asbestos during his employment as an insulator between 1956 and 2007. Plaintiff dismissed P&S Client, a manufacturer of fibrous adhesive, for a mutual waiver of costs.
     
  • Confidential Resolution
    Plaintiff contended that he developed toxic encephalopathy as a result of occupational exposures to metal products, machines, and solvents while working as a machinist between 1989 and 2010. P&S negotiated a confidential resolution on behalf of P&S client, a manufacturer of various chemicals and solvents, including layout fluid, rust inhibitors and lubricants.
  • Reduced Monies Owed
    Plaintiff, an insurance company, initiated a subrogation claim against P&S client alleging that P&S client caused an automobile accident with one of Plaintiff's insured. Plaintiffs dismissed P&S Client, a trucking companuy, for de minimis amount.
     
  • Case Dismissed
    Plaintiffs alleged that their decedent developed mesothelioma as a result of bystander exposure to asbestos through her father who was an electrician. Plaintiffs dismissed P&S Client, a manufacturer of wire, for a mutual waiver of costs.