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  • Aldridge v. Philips Electronics
    Defense verdict following jury trial where plaintiff claims transportation accident caused herniated discs and resulting surgery. (Aldridge v. Philips Electronics (Sacramento County Case No. 34-2009-00054615).)
  • Craig Henderson v. Humberto Jerez, et al. (Pacifica Trucks, LLC) (LASC: BC623240)

    On 9/3/2014, an automobile collision occurred on US 101 near Van Nuys Blvd. involving Humberto Jerez (“Jerez”) and Plaintiff, Craig Henderson (“Plaintiff”). Plaintiff wears a prosthetic on his right leg due to an amputation at the knee from an old football injury from the 1990s. At the time of the accident, Jerez was carrying cargo on behalf of his employer, Pacifica Trucks, LLC (“Pacifica”), at the time of the collision. The subject accident occurred in heavy traffic and at low speed.

    Settled for $15,000.00.

  • Fasuyi v. Permatex (2008) 167 Cal.App.4th 681 [84 Cal.Rptr.3d 351]
    Affirmatively established the existence of an ethical obligation for plaintiffs’ counsel to warn defense counsel prior to taking a default.
  • Victor Rivera v. Cesar Augusto Borgen, et al. (De Well Group) (SB: CIVDS1612326)
    On October 18, 2014, Plaintiff, Victor Rivera (“Plaintiff”) was a front-seat passenger when Defendant, Cesar Borgen (“Borgen”), travelling in the number 3 lane  initiated a lane change from the number 3 lane into the number 4 lane and struck the Honda on the driver-side rear. Settled for $135,000.00.
  • Successful Defense
    Defense of large scale residential and multi-unit condominium developers embroiled in complex litigation filed in Alameda County Superior Court involving alleged construction defects, purported misrepresentations made during the sales process, and fraud brought by over 200 tenants and homeowners.
  • Stultz v. Dorn (F3 Systems, Inc.)
    Plaintiff Robert Stultz was on his way to lunch he took his foot off the brake and was rear-ended by Defendant Dorn in a tractor with attached trailer before he had a chance to accelerate. Both vehicles collided at no more than 2 mph. Resolved at mediation for $90,000.00
  • State Farm General Insurance Co. v. Philips Electronics North America Corp.
    Obtained dismissal for a waiver of costs on behalf of manufacturer of electrical power strip where plaintiff filed a subrogation claim to recover costs relating to a fire. (State Farm General Insurance Co. v. Philips Electronics North America Corp. (Case No. NC043779.)
  • Successful Representation
    Represented subcontractor in state court action in San Francisco recovering additional sums from general contractor for unpaid change orders.
  • Case Dismissed
    Plaintiff alleged he developed chronic hypersensitivity pneumonitis as a result of occupational exposures to various metal products while working as a welder and laborer. Plaintiff dismissed two P&S clients, a supplier of tractor-trailer parts, and a supplier of welding wires for a mutual waiver of costs.
  • Cuevas v. Lopez (Carmelo Lopez dba J&M Trucking) (LASC Case No. BC702578)
    Plaintiff Maria Cuevas, unlicensed and visually impaired. Plaintiff alleges she was blinded by the lights of a tractor in front of her and tried to change lanes to get around it. She didn't see the attached trailer and drove into it. Plaintiff's vehicle wedged under trailer. Plaintiff received epidurals, underwent neurological testing, and claimed mTBI. Resolved at mediation for $142, 500.00
  • Case Dismissed
    Plaintiffs alleged that Decedent was exposed to asbestos during his career in the U.S. Navy and, as a result, contracted mesothelioma. Plaintiffs dismissed P&S client for a mutual waiver of costs after P&S filed a motion for summary judgment and motion for undertaking.
  • Successful Defense
    In Employment Development Department investigation into misclassification of independent contractors, successfully appealed a $268,000 assessment down to $4,500.