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Virginia Man On Vacation In South Florida Is Rear Ended By Drunk Driver

A much anticipated vacation for a Virginia Barber and his wife turned tragic when their car was rearended at high speed by a drunk driver in a company truck. For the next month doctors and hospital staff stabilized and monitored the resulting thoracic spine fractures to avoid paralysis. At the same time., attorney Robert Roselli was retained and immediate action was taken to preserve the vehicles and key evidence before it was destroyed or altered. Although his recovery was slow, the gentleman narrowly escaped catastrophic injury a settlement was reached with the company that employed the drunk driver for 1.2 million dollars.

Defective Tire Causes Death Of A Pregnant Passenger

A group of co-workers in a 12-passenger van suffered catastrophic injuries, including the death of a 28 year old pregnant young lady, after a defective tire caused their vehicle to crash. Robert M. Roselli, after being retained by the family of the deceased young lady as well as the other passengers, took immediate action to preserve the vehicle and tires. Experts were retained to perform analysis on the evidence, determining that a defective rear tire had indeed caused the tragic crash. A lawsuit was brought against the tire manufacturer and ultimately a substantial confidential settlement was reached on behalf of the injured passengers and the family of deceased passenger.

Sidewalk Altercation Leads To Wrongful Death Of 43 Year Old Honduran Immigrant

 

$2,075,000 Recovery

Estate of Mario C. v. Telephone Marketing Co.
Fort Lauderdale, Broward County, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff: Robert M. Roselli

Mario C., a forty three year old Honduran immigrant, suffered massive head injuries and ultimately died after he was pushed to the ground during a sidewalk encounter with a door to door salesman selling long distance telephone service. Because Mario was intoxicated and unable to give his side of the story, the police concluded that the salesman acted in self defense. Attorney, Robert M. Roselli was retained by Mario's sister on behalf of Mario's grieving sons who were living in Honduras. A lawsuit was immediately filed against the marketing company that employed the salesman and the long distance carrier alleging negligent hiring, training and supervision. Liability was denied. During discovery and depositions it was revealed that the salesman also worked as a nightclub bouncer and was actually still in training and accompanied by his supervisor at the time of the altercation. Aggressive investigation also led to the identification of an independent eyewitness that refuted Defendants' contention that Mario was the aggressor. Ultimately, Mr. Roselli obtained for Mario's sons a recovery of over $2 million dollars and the Justice they deserved.

Published: Florida Jury Verdict Review & Analysis Vol. 16, Issue 9, September 2006

When Bob Roselli makes the decision to take your case, it is an expression of total commitment to injury victims and their families.

Wrongful Death Of 4 Year Old Boy Who Wandered Into Apartment Complex Pool

In a matter of minutes, the life of a young Homestead family was turned upside down when their four year old son, Odnel, wandered into the unguarded pool of their apartment complex, fell into the water and drowned. Revived by paramedics and rushed to Miami Childrens Hospital, Odnel held on for more than two weeks until his frail body finally succumbed to the catastrophic brain damage he suffered. A wrongful death lawsuit was brought by attorney Robert M. Roselli on behalf of Odnel's devastated parents, seeking justice for the untimely death of the boy which could have been avoided had the apartment complex and the apartment manager simply replaced the rusty padlock and latch. Ultimately, a substantial confidential settlement was reached for the family.

School Teacher Rendered Quadriplegic After Eating Contaminated Hot Dog - Then Dies

Christine B., a 57 year old school teacher was rendered a quadriplegic and ultimately died after nearly two (2) years and over $1 million in medical bills. She contracted Listeriosis from eating contaminated hot dogs and lunchmeats processed and sold by a large supermarket chain. Unlike other pathogens, listeria monocytogenes [LM] may not manifest symptoms for several weeks leading to a delayed diagnosis, long after the food product and packaging are gone. For that reason, LM cases are complex and costly, requiring complex expert analysis of the DNA (serotype) of the pathogen and the eating and shopping habits of the victim to establish the causal connection between the illness and the food product. Contentious litigation and discovery revealed that the processing plant had an alarming history of product contamination that was ignored by management so as to avoid a massive recall. The plant shipped over 1.7 million pounds of product to its supermarkets during this time and it was only after the lab tipped off the USDA that a massive recall was initiated. By then it was too late for Christine and the bacteria attacked and destroyed her cervical spinal cord. Christine was survived by three adult daughters who continue to be haunted by the feelings of helplessness and hopelessness while watching their mother suffer the nightmare of horrors of quadriplegia until she died. After over four years of litigation the case was settled for a substantial confidential sum.

22 Year Old With Pre Existing Lumbar Spondylolisthesis Requires Surgery After Car Crash

Jared, who was only 22 years old, had episodic low back pain due to a spine condition called Spondylolisthesis that developed during child hood. This condition predisposed Jared to suffer low back pain and complications if exposed to trauma. Unfortunately, that is what happened when a car ran a stop sign and broadsided his car on a Dunellon side street. The impact ultimately lead to major medical complications and a complex surgery to stabilize the affected areas of his spine. The adverse drivers insurance carrier tendered their policy limits but Jared's auto insurer refused to pay its underinsured motorist limits claiming that the condition was pre-existing. After medical expert analysis was obtained and provided to the insurance company, a settlement was reached for the $300,000 uninsured motorist policy limits.

Financial Advisor Sustains Knee Cap Fracture In Car Crash

In a lawsuit on behalf of a 63 year old financial advisor who suffered a knee cap fracture in a car crash, the insurance company for the at fault driver soon tendered the bodily injury liability policy limits of merely $100,000. But David's own insurance company refused to pay any uninsured motorist benefits believing that he had been fully compensated. Top medical experts were retained by attorney Robert M. Roselli to analyze the injury and were convinced that the injury was far more serious than thought, leaving David was now predisposed to suffer serious ligament injuries that required further surgery. With these additional expert opinions and analysis of our clients injuries, an additional $285,000 in underinsured motorist benefits was recovered from our clients automobile insurance company for a total recovery of $385,000.

Published:

Jury Verdict Review & Analysis Vol. 17, Issue 11, November 2007
Florida Jury Verdict Reporter Vol. XXIX, No. 8, August 2008

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