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Rocky Copley is in his twenty-ninth year in the practice of law. He has substantial experience in the area of civil litigation and has tried numerous trials before both juries and the bench. His practice emphasizes personal injury, insurance coverage and insurance bad faith, wrongful termination, sexual harassment and discrimination, and business litigation. In 1986, he opened and managed the San Diego regional office for the statewide law firm known as Borton, Petrini & Conron, LLP. He rose to the level of senior partner in that firm. He left the firm in late 2005 to open his own law practice. He is currently the principal owner of the Law Office of Rocky K. Copley, located in downtown San Diego.

Is This Claim Covered?  (How to Analyze an Insurance Policy)

Is This Claim Covered? (How to Analyze an Insurance Policy)

Cackhead Craig was driving his Monster Truck down the freeway when he encountered stopped traffic due to an   automobile accident. Crackhead decides to take the Monster Truck off road and drives across an empty field until he encounters a parking lot for an empty warehouse. Crackhead drives the Monster Truck up a ramp, through the […]

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