Rue Ratings Best Attorneys of America invites Roselli & Associates, P.A. founder, Robert M. Roselli to Become a Lifetime Member
Rue Rating’s Best Attorneys of America has invited Robert M. Roselli, Founder of Roselli & Associates, P.A., to become a lifetime charter member of “Best Attorneys of America” representing Florida as one of the state’s top 100 lawyers.
Less than one percent (1%) of the attorneys in the US have been invited to become members of this distinguished group.
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FLA Statute 768.76
Collateral sources of indemnity-
(1) In any action to which this part applies in which liability is admitted or is determined by the trier of fact and in which damages are awarded to compensate the claimant for losses sustained, the court shall reduce the amount of such award by the total of all amounts which have been paid for the benefit of the claimant, or which are otherwise available to the claimant, from all collateral sources; however, there shall be no reduction for collateral sources for which a subrogation or reimbursement right exists. Such reduction shall be offset to the extent of any amount which has been paid, contributed, or forfeited by, or on behalf of, the claimant or members of the claimant's immediate family to secure her or his right to any collateral source benefit which the claimant is receiving as a result of her or his injury.
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