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Woman sues following collision with Heavenly employee

The Inside Scoop
Wednesday, December 28, 2011

BY ADAM JENSEN

A Florida woman filed suit against Vail Resorts, Heavenly Valley and a Heavenly Mountain Resort employee this week after being injured during a ski collision with the employee at the resort in January.

About 3:50 p.m. on Jan. 18 Kimberly Bland was standing above the Stagecoach base area deciding where to ski next when she was struck by lift operator Daniel Barreno, according to a suit filed in federal court Wednesday.

 

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I-95 Collision Aggravates Low Back Condition Of 24 Year Old Man

$350,000 Recovery

Blake E. v. Negligent Driver
Hollywood, Broward County, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff: Robert M. Roselli

Life turned upside down for Blake E., a 24 year old South Florida man, when an impatient driver tried to pass him in the emergency lane on Interstate 95 and caused a violent collision. Over the next year and a half, his life was dominated by doctor visits for his low back condition that dramatically worsened after the collision and ultimately required artificial disk replacement surgery. The medical doctors involved in his care determined that the car crash clearly aggravated a prior low back condition stemming from child hood injuries and a previous car accident. Despite an excellent recovery, a settlement was reached for the young man for $350,000.00

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

Rear-End Crash Causes Cervical Compression Fracture

An elderly couple was rear ended by a drunk driver, causing multiple injuries to the injured wife who suffered a cervical compression fracture and aggravation of her pre-existing and degenerative cervical condition which included a prior cervical surgery. Fortunately, there was no spinal cord involvement. However, she did develop acute pain that could not be alleviated from conservative methods compelling and epidural injection. The extent of the degeneration in her cervical spine made further injections or surgery an impossibility.

Truck Crushes Small Car on Turnpike and Flees

Keith M. and his nineteen year old wife, Amanda, suffered serious injuries when a tractor trailer suddenly changed lanes on the turnpike, crushing the front passenger compartment of their small car and causing them serious injuries. The truck driver then continued north until being chased down by other truckers and forced to stop until the State Troopers arrived. Fortunately, Keith and Amanda's injuries were not life threatening and no harm was done to their baby who was protected by the car seat in the back seat of the car. Amanda, however, did suffered a fractured nose, a forehead laceration, and a low back injury; Keith suffered neck and back injuries as well. Following the crash, the couple retained attorney Robert M. Roselli and immediate action was taken to obtain witness accounts and preserve critical evidence including their crushed vehicle. Medical experts were also retained to evaluate Amanda's nasal fracture and facial lacerations, and the cost of future treatment and surgery. Ultimately, a settlement was reached for sum of $220,000.00 for the young couple.

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

Toddler Falls From Balcony Railing Suffering Skull Fracture

Confidential Settlement

Parents on behalf of Minor Child v. Apartment Complex Owner and Managers
Margate, Broward County, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff: Robert M. Roselli

Immediate court action by attorney Robert M. Roselli to preserve the remains of a broken balcony railing at an apartment complex proved critical for the grieving parents of a four year old boy who fell from the balcony when the wood railing suddenly gave way, causing a young todler to fall from the balcony and suffer serious head injuries. Experts retained by Mr. Roselli analyzed the railing and determined that the wood railing was rotten and merely painted over. During further investigation and depositions, it was revealed that the hazardous condition of the railings was known to the apartment owners and the management but appropriate action to remedy the hazardous and potentially deadly condition was delayed in order to save money. Moreover, despite the hundreds of children living in the apartment complex, the manager did not think it important to warn the residents of the hazard. Ultimately, the city demanded repair and replacement of the railings and the toddler and his parents received the compensation they deserved.

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

Parasites In Salad Found To Be The Cause Of Man's Mystery Illness

Robert M. Roselli represented Rodney M., a 50 year old man who developed abdominal pain, fevers, rashes and liver lesions caused by a parasite that local doctors were unable to identify or treat. After ten months, Rodney contacted a Harvard University Professor of Parasitic Diseases who asked the question no other doctor had: Did you eat watercress? Immediately, Rodney recalled that several weeks before he fell ill, he watched a TV show espousing the health benefits of watercress and began eating raw watercress salads bought from a local grocery store. The Harvard doctor performed a blood serum analysis that identified the culprit: fasciola hepatica. While extremely rare in the U.S. human population, this parasite is found in most Florida livestock that graze near waterways laden with watercress. Rodney was then treated with an anti-parasitic agent normally used in animals. After six months, his symptoms resolved and his labs returned to normal. For the suffering endured by Rodney M. a lawsuit was filed against the grocery store and the Palm Beach County grower. Ultimately, expert analysis revealed that the watercress farm contained all of the elements needed for this parasite to thrive, including an abundance of a particular snail species known to serve as an intermediary host for this parasite. In the words of one expert, it was a "snail graveyard". After three years of contentious litigation a settlement was reached before trial for $325,000.00.

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