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  • Campus Officer Brutality

    $4 Million

    Newman and Butler v. San Joaquin Delta College

    Two campus officers exhibited unforgivable brutality when they severely beat a Delta Disabled Support Program student. There was absolutely no justification for what they did. The victim is suffering from injuries that will affect her for the rest of her life.

  • Catastrophic Injury

    Confidential Settlement

    Airrington v. Major Steel Company

    Posco put their employee’s safety at risk daily when they were negligent in maintaining their equipment. The victim was literally run over by a poorly maintained forklift. The accident cost him the amputation of his left foot.

  • Catastrophic Injury

    Confidential Settlement

    Graves v. Kennecott Minerals Co.

    Lanell Graves was working at JR Simplot when a cap placed on a railcar by Kennecott Minerals, flew off and caused his body to be burned by sulfuric acid.

  • Catastrophic Injury

    Confidential Settlement

    Bingley v. Valero Refining Company

    Freddie Bingley was a truck driver delivering toxic caustic soda to Valero Refinery. An explosion occurred at the refinery causing a fire. As a result Mr. Bingley suffered permanent lung damage due to inhaling the toxic materials.

  • Employer Negligence

    Confidential Settlement

    Mahal v. Sierra Chemical Company

    Sierra Chemical Company could not be bothered with maintaining their outdated equipment- even at the expense of their very own employees’ safety. The victim of their negligence fell through an old broken grate, and sustained severe injuries to his foot.

  • Employer Negligence

    $5 Million

    Parker v. Van-G Trucking

    One man lost his life because Van-G Trucking was negligent in putting necessary safety guards on their equipment. The victim fell into a conveyor belt and was crushed to death. Van-G Trucking’s negligence cost one family a husband, a father, and one long, painful trial.

  • Employer Negligence

    Seven Figure Confidential Settlement

    Sanchez v. Bay Area Builders

    One contractor’s moment of negligence resulted in the loss of one man’s leg. The victim was installing tiles on the outside of a building when the contractor carelessly removed the ties that held the scaffolding to the building. The victim’s right leg was amputated due to permanent injuries from his fall.

  • Employer Negligence

    Six Figure Confidential Settlement

    Garibay v. Tutor-Saliba Corporation

    Tutor-Saliba Corporation put all of their employees at risk by not embedding safety procedures into the dangerous tasks essential to their line of work. When air accidentally got into a cement pump, the pump exploded and threw the victim onto the rebar.

  • Factory Accident

    Case Resolved

    Blish vs. Metal Manufacturing Company

    Plaintiff was working a factory in Sacramento with an unguarded Cincinnati press brake that cut off his fingers. Suit was brought in Sacramento. An exception to the worker’s compensation prohibition against suing your employer in the labor code allows an employee, such as Plaintiff, to sue over an unguarded press brake. Case resolved for policy limits in June 2013.

  • Mold Related Injury

    Six Figure Confidential Settlement

    Garcia (Guardian ad Litem for Rodriguez, a minor) v. Ramirez-Stepken

    During his position as property manager, Ramirez-Stepken was found responsible for ignoring multiple complaints of mold throughout the apartment complex. His utter negligence resulted in permanent lung damage for a young boy.

  • Molestation

    Confidential Settlement

    T.G. vs. Merced Union High School District

    High School Junior was molested by his female ag teacher. Case resolved in a confidential settlement in April 2015.

  • Molestation

    $4.75 Million

    Diana C. v. Lodi Unified School District, et al.

    An 8-year-old special needs child was molested by a school bus driver employed by Lodi Unified School District (LUSD). Diana suffered horrible abuse at the hand of a school bus driver who should have never been hired due to a prior conviction of a sex crime.

    "The case settled on March 5, 2013, after four weeks of jury trial for the largest pre-trial settlement of its kind against a school district in the history of California.”

  • Molestation

    Confidential Settlement

    Nick S-T and Nick R vs. Haley

    Two young boys were molested by neighborhood friend Ryan Haley. “Friend” was sentenced to 300 years in prison for molestation. Case was against parents for negligent supervision of their son. Case resolved in 2015 for confidential amounts.

  • Motorcycle Accident

    Confidential Settlement

    Estoban vs. Wood

    Motorcycle rider was struck on I5 by elderly motorist going the wrong way at night. Numerous fractures suffered by Plaintiff. Case resolved in October, 2014 confidential settlement.

  • Motorcycle Accident

    Resolved Without Trial

    Callahan vs. Natsis

    May 2011 accident involving a motorcycle and person who pulled out in front of him. Case resolved without trial.