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  • Allstate Indemnity Company a/s/o Chris Swisher v. Roy Walters, et al. (LASC: 16K08264)

    On or about February 12, 2015, a collision between a motor vehicle and a parked motor vehicle occurred on the shoulder of a road near the I-10 and I-405 freeways in Los Angeles, CA. Plaintiff alleges that a vehicle driven by Defendant was parked on the shoulder of the road. Plaintiff further alleges that Defendant opened the door to the vehicle, causing Chris Swisher in his vehicle to make an impact with the door of the Defendant’s vehicle as he drove past.

    Settled for $3,390.15.

  • 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.
  • John Emrani v. American Eagle Transport, Inc., et al. (LASC: BC624853)
    Plaintiff, John Emrani, alleges that on July 31, 2014 at approximately 7:00 a.m., he sustained bodily injuries when his car, a 2013 Maserati Quattroporte, was struck by a tractor-trailer driven by Defendant, Eduardo Ibarra Arroyo. Settled for $15,000.00.
  • Summary Judgment Granted
    Plaintiff alleged that he sustained asbestosis and pleural plaques from exposure to asbestos and asbestos containing products while working as an insulator at various job sites. P&S client’s motion for summary judgment was granted.
  • Stump v. Collins
    Obtained defense verdict on behalf of manufacturer of lighting products in which liability was admitted and plaintiff sought damages of $3.45 million in damages. (Stump v. Collins (Case No. 30-2009 00117250).)
  • Manuel Rodriguez v. Odyssey Coach, Inc. (OC: 30-2016-00846074- CU-PO-CJC)

    On November 14, 2015, Plaintiff, Manuel Rodriguez (“Plaintiff”) sustained a broken left ankle from a slip and fall due to an alleged dangerous condition consisting of a wet substance on the floor of a bus he was riding as part of a group traveling to a football game in Oakland, CA. The trip was organized by third-party, George Ruvalcaba (“Ruvalcaba”), who rented the subject bus from the defendant, Odyssey Coach, Inc. (“Defendant”).

    Initial demand: $75,000.00.

    Settled for: $30,000.00.

  • Case Dismissed
    Plaintiff alleged that she developed mesothelioma as a result of take-home exposure from asbestos that her father was exposed to in England, take-home exposure from work performed by her ex-husband in Missouri, and from several of her own employers in the United States. Plaintiffs dismissed P&S Client, a manufacturer of wire, for a mutual waiver of costs.
     
  • Reduced Monies Owed
    Plaintiff alleged she developed chronic hypersensitivity pneumonitis as a result of occupational exposures to various chemicals and machines used for packaging produce while working as a trimmer. Plaintiff dismissed P&S client, a supplier of welding tips, for a de minimis amount.
  • Juan Antonio Solis v. Jeffrey Christian Spink, et al. (LASC: BC624696)
    Plaintiff, Juan Antonio Solis (“Plaintiff”) claims that on July 2, 2014, he sustained injuries to his right arm, right elbow, and left ring finger as a result of a motor vehicle collision with Defendant, Jeffrey Christian Spink (“Defendant”). Plaintiff claims he was driving eastbound in the number 3 lane on Wilshire Blvd. in Beverly Hills, when Defendant, who was traveling westbound on Wilshire in the opposite direction, made a left turn in front of Plaintiff’s vehicle at the intersection of Wilshire and Hamilton Dr.

    Pre-litigation demand of $100,000.00.

    Settled for $37,500.00.

  • Case Dismissed
    Plaintiff allege that he sustained myelodysplastic syndrome as a result of occupational exposures to benzene during the course of his employment as machine operator at a car-part manufacturing plant. Plaintiff dismissed P&S client, a manufacturer of a greaseless lubricant for a waiver of costs.
  • Case Dismissed
    Plaintiff contended that he sustained lung disease as a result of occupational exposures to wood dust while working as an assembler of wood furniture. Plaintiffs dismissed P&S client, a distributor of wood, for a waiver of costs.
  • Successful Defense
    Obtained judgment at trial in favor of manufacturer of racing valves for NASCAR application in action initiated by client’s competitor and former employer for misappropriation of trade secrets and breach of employment agreement. Established that action had not been prosecuted in good faith and recovered well over half a million dollars in attorneys’ fees and costs under the Uniform Trade Secrets Act.