About Rossano Law
With over 40 years of experience, Robert Rossano, PA focuses on personal injury claims such as car accident injury, brain injury, slip and fall accidents, wrongful death, medical malpractice and other injustices.
Everything we do is aimed to obtain justice. We are available to answer any questions you may have concerning your legal right to be compensated for a personal injury claim. As a personal injury plaintiff attorney, we only receive compensation if we obtain a recovery for you.
How we help victims
This firm has engaged in State and Federal civil matters since 1984. We serve the entire state of Florida. Our main focus is trial work, everything from motor vehicle accidents, medical malpractice, premises liability, police torts, product liability, family law and commercial litigation.
We are a boutique practice, in that we limit our case load so we can invest the time and resources needed in each case to enable us to fully protect our clients’ interest. No good case is too large or too small.
How We Work
We thoroughly investigate and gather evidence on every claim from all available resources including eye witnesses, photographs, video cameras, vehicle damage, accident scenes, satellite images, medical evidence. Once all the evidence is obtained we communicate with each client so they understand the facts and the law that is relevant to their case. We attempt to aggressively negotiate and settle every claim prior to filing a lawsuit in an effort to save each client time and energy. If negotiations are unsuccessful, we file the action for our clients and provide all relevant discovery for our clients and obtain it from our opponents.
We keep each client apprised of all the evidence that is obtained in each case and attempt to reach a resolution through negotiations as the case progresses or through mediation. At that point we are thoroughly familiar with every aspect of each case. Finally, if settlement is not reached, we present the case to the jury for resolution. We do not farm out any part of the process.
Four Issues in Every Case
Every negligence case consists of 4 elements that must be proven by the injured party or plaintiff
Was someone negligent? Did someone fail to act as a reasonable person would act under similar circumstances, for instance did they fail to yield the right of way from a stop sign or traffic light, or did a doctor depart from the appropriate standard of care for doctors providing that type of care in similar medical communities.
Did the negligence cause injury or harm?
What is the extent or value of the injury? Is the injury permanent, did it require medical treatment in the past and will it require treatment in the future? Did the plaintiff sustain economic damages, such as medical expenses or lost income in the past or a diminution in the ability to earn income in the future? Was the injury or treatment painful and whether it will continue to be painful in the future?
Will it be possible to collect payment on the claim for the plaintiff? Is there liability insurance available or is the defendant solvent and capable of paying a judgment rendered against it?