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  • Successful Defense
    In Employment Development Department investigation into misclassification of independent contractors, successfully appealed a $268,000 assessment down to $4,500.
  • Kristina Turpin v. Brandon L. Fox, et al. (Tool of North America, Galpin Motors) (LASC: BC623120)
    On January 18, 2016, an auto collision occurred between Plaintiff, Kristina Turpin, and Defendant, Brandon Fox, who was driving a vehicle owned by Defendant Galpin Motors, Inc. dba Galpin Ford Studio Rentals and Tool of North America, LLC.

    Initially demanded $200,000.

    Settled for $57,500.00.

  • Estate of Roberto Antonio Argumedo, et al. v. Blue Line Freight, Inc. dba Midwest Transportation, et al. (Blue Line Freight and
    Plaintiffs are three adult sons, and a minor son. Plaintiffs' claims arrive from a fatal accident that occurred in Arizona on December 5, 2015. Defendant Wilmer Estrada ("Estrada") was traveling eastbound at approximately 10:00 pm on the 10 freeway near milepost 386 in a white 2012 Kenworth tractor-trailer while in the course and scope of his employment with Blue Line Freight ("Blue Line"). Decedent was driving a black 1991 Toyota pick-up and hauling a red 1994 Toyota pick-up, travelling in the same direction as Estrada. Estrada was found to be at fault by the Arizona State Police for rear-ending Decedent, who was not wearing a seatbelt and was ejected from his vehicle. Decedent died of blunt force trauma to the chest. Settled for policy limits ($1,000,000)
  • Luis Fernando Castellanos v. RRL Logistics, LLC, et al. (LASC: BC628230)
    Plaintiff alleges that Defendant RRL Logistics, LLC (“RRL), hired defendant Vicente Eduardo Bradanovic (“Mr. Bradanovic”) to deliver goods in his tractor-trailer rig. Plaintiff further alleges that Mr. Bradanovic, violated Motor Vehicle Code Section 22350 by driving at an excessive speed on the westbound 210-freeway. Additionally, Plaintiffs contend that Mr. Bradanovic fell asleep at the wheel, and struck the rear-end of Plaintiff's tractor-trailer rig causing substantial property damage and personal injuries to Plaintiff. Plaintiff also alleges that he has incurred monetary damages for the property damage to his truck and personal injuries as a result of the crash.Settled for $44,500.00.
  • Case Dismissed
    Plaintiffs alleged their decedent developed acute myelogenous leukemia as a result of occupational exposures to benzene while working as a printer. Plaintiffs dismissed P&S client, manufacturer of inks, for a mutual waiver of costs.
  • Case Dismissed
    Plaintiff contended that he developed Small Cell Lymphocytic Lymphoma and Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia as a result of occupational exposure to benzene while working at a silk screening facility between 1991 and 2000. Plaintiff dismissed P&S Client, a retailer of paint thinner, lacquer thinner and acetone, for waiver of costs.
     
  • Valenzuela v. SWI Transportation, et al. (LASC: BC662963)
    Plaintiff, Diego Valenzuela sustained personal injuries arising out of a vehicle accident. At the time of the Incident, a driver for SWI Transportation, Inc., Robert Charles Douglas, Jr., was executing a right turn with his signal flashing. Plaintiff attempted to complete a right turn at that same time, wedging his car between the curb and SWI’s vehicle. Settled for $20,000.00.
  • Obtained Dismissal
    In claim filed by employee with Retaliation Complaint Unit of California Department of Industrial Relations against non-profit organization, obtained dismissal of all claims prior to hearing.
     
  • Negotiated Financing
    Negotiated clients’ financing arrangements with institutional lenders and finance company.
  • Successful Negotiation
    Successfully negotiated renewed collective bargaining agreement between Orange County manufacturing plant and Teamsters union representatives.
  • Successful Defense
    Obtained defense jury verdict on behalf of major television and movie studio in case for breach of contract and fraud arising out of alleged consultation agreement for television series.
  • Roberto Reyes v. Flyte Tyme, et al. (Flyte Tyme) (LASC: BC618950)

    On February 14, 2016, plaintiff, Roberto Reyes (“Plaintiff”) was a rear-seat passenger in a 2016 Cadillac Escalade owned and/or operated by defendants, Flyte Tyme Worldwide Transportation, ATH Transport Corp., and Merchants Auto Group (“Defendants”), when the driver, David Archibald (“Archibald”) made a left turn at the intersection of Olympic Blvd. and Blaine Street in Los Angeles County and collided with another vehicle driven by third-party Robustiano Justos Marquez (“Marquez”).

    Settled for $250,000.00.