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Mark Jeremiah Peacock

Mark Peacock’s Legal Cases

15 total


  • CARAVEO v. PAV-PRO

    Practice Area:
    Car accident
    Date:
    May 01, 2012
    Outcome:
    $1,000,000
    Description:
    Truck v. Bike
  • Walker v. Lowe

    Practice Area:
    Car accident
    Date:
    May 20, 2011
    Outcome:
    $225,000
    Description:
    Personal injury lawsuit (auto v. pedestrian) in which Plaintiff, WALKER (87 years old), suffered right tibia and fibula fractures.
  • Lozano v. Andersen

    Practice Area:
    Car accident
    Date:
    Apr 20, 2011
    Outcome:
    $100,000 (policy limits)
    Description:
    Auto v. Auto
  • Paslay v. Mundy

    Practice Area:
    Car accident
    Date:
    Apr 14, 2011
    Outcome:
    $300,000
    Description:
    (not available)
  • Hopson v. Duenas

    Practice Area:
    Personal injury
    Date:
    Apr 12, 2011
    Outcome:
    $150,000
    Description:
    Plaintiff was operating his Honda CBR motorcycle in a southbound direction on Mtn 109 (Old Stage Rood) in the City of Terra Bella in the County of Tulare. Also at said time and place, Defendant was also operating an 18 wheel truck/trailer in a northbound direction Mtn 109 (Old Stage Road). The vehicles collided & plaintiff sustained injuries.
  • Adams v. Van Winkle

    Practice Area:
    Car accident
    Date:
    Mar 11, 2011
    Outcome:
    $100,000.00
    Description:
    Plaintiff was a passenger in single car accident being operated by his friend, who was killed in the accident (roll over). Plaintiff suffered a chip tooth & bruising.
  • McBride v. Ramey

    Practice Area:
    Car accident
    Date:
    Dec 01, 2010
    Outcome:
    $75,000
    Description:
    On January 12, 2009, plaintiff was on duty as a Police Officer for the City of Bakersfield and was riding his motorcycle in an eastbound direction on Olive Dr. in the City of Bakersfield when defendant pulled out of a parking lot causing Plaintiff to collide into the side of defendant’s truck. Injury: knee sprain
  • Blaine v. Crow

    Practice Area:
    Personal injury
    Outcome:
    $1,000,000
    Description:
    (not available)
  • Linstrum v. Macri

    Practice Area:
    Personal injury
    Outcome:
    $1,030,000
    Description:
    Plaintiff John Linstrum was driving his vehicle northbound on State Route 1 in San Luis Obispo at the intersection with Dairy Creek Road/Hollister Avenue. Mr. Linstrum approached the intersection at State Route 1 & Hollister and came to a complete stop in the left turn pocket. He had a red light. Also at that time, defendant Mr. Macri, while in the course and scope of his employment with defendant, Boneso Brothers Construction, was traveling southbound on State Route 1 approaching the intersection. Mr. Macri was on his way to a job. The light turned green for plaintiff John Linstrum and he commenced turning left. At that same moment, Anthony Macri proceeded to enter the intersection from the other side of the intersection on a red light. Anthony Macri failed to yield and his vehicle and plaintiff’s vehicle impacted defendant’s vehicle. As a result of the accident, John Linstrum suffered injuries. Plaintiff thereafter filed this action based upon the negligence of defendants. Matter resolved on 3rd day of trial.
  • Gonzalez v. Hickman

    Practice Area:
    Civil rights
    Outcome:
    Confidential
    Description:
    Decedent Manuel A. Gonzalez, Jr. 43 years of age, was a correctional peace officer of the state prison China for 16 years. On Jan. 10, 2005 Gonzalez was allegedly stabbed by inmate Jon Christopher Blalock in the reception area of the prison, where inmates awaiting transfers to other prisons are housed. Gonzalez, who at the time was routinely distributed sack lunches, was married to Sylvia Gonzalez and together had six children. He was not wearing a protective vest at the time. Blaylock was serving a sentence for 75 years for attempted murder of a peace officer. He had a history of mental health problems and had previously assaulted prison staff and other prisoners. The Gonzalez family filed a 100 million lawsuit in U.S. District Court Los Angeles naming former Corrections Secretary Roderick Q. Hickman, former Chino Warden Lori DiCarlo and former State Corrections Secretary Jeanne Woodford. Gonzalez’ family claims the prison system administrators contributed to Gonzalez’ death because they failed to issue Manuel a stabproof vest and instead stored them in a warehouse. This contention was later dismissed by the court. The family also claimed the prison system administrators failed to properly house Blaylock. DiCarlo had written to state officials pleading to have Blaylock transferred to a higher-security prison in Vacaville. This is the first case of an on-duty guard being killed in a California prison for two decades.