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Danko Meredith Lawsuit on Behalf of Jailed United Passenger To Proceed

January 12, 2020 Posted In

“Jeremiah Thede is ‘glad he will have his day in court against United Airlines,’ said his lawyer, Mike Danko. ‘He feels that everyone needs to know about what United did to him, because it could happen to anyone.’” Jemiah Thede boarded a United flight from Rome to his home in Oakland.  He was hungry and…

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Wildfire Victims Would Lose in Liquidation

December 29, 2019 Posted In

By blocking PG&E’s plan to exit bankruptcy, California’s governor pushes PG&E towards liquidation.  Firm clients speak out on CNBC. Mike Danko explains that, if PG&E is liquidated, wildfire victims stand to lose. Watch online.

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Danko Meredith Awarded Tier 1 National Ranking by U.S. News – Best Lawyers®

December 21, 2019 Posted In

SAN FRANCISCO – December 21, 2019 – Danko Meredith is named a Tier 1 National firm in Plaintiffs Personal Injury Law for the San Francisco Metropolitan Region for 2020. The U.S. News and World Report – Best Lawyers “Best Law Firms” rankings are based on a rigorous evaluation process that includes the collection of client…

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Danko: Report Shows That PG&E Runs Its Equipment To Failure

December 3, 2019 Posted In

The CPUC is out with its report on the Camp Fire.  The report lists all the opportunities PG&E had to prevent the fire from happening.  Instead, PG&E chose to neglect safety and maximize profits. Mike Danko tells the Wall Street Journal, “It’s not one bad day, not one missed hook. They let the equipment run…

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Another Fire Could Jeopardize PG&E’s Exit From Bankruptcy

November 27, 2019 Posted In

“Each of the competing proposals gives financial backers an out under certain conditions. For example, if PG&E-sparked fires burn down 500 houses this year, the backers of those plans can withdraw, Danko said.” Read the Chicago Tribune Article online.

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