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It is estimated by the Center for Disease control that 76 million food borne illness, or food poisoning, cases occur each year in the United States. This means that one in four Americans contracts a foodborne illness annually after eating foods contaminated with such pathogens as E. Coli, Salmonella, Hepatitis and Listeria. Most people are unaware of the source of their illness, but in extreme cases that require medical or hospital treatment the source of the illness will become known and at that point legal action can be taken against the manufacturer, retailer or the restaurant where the food was purchased or consumed.

At Roselli & Associates. P.A. we recognize that handling these cases require an aggressive and thorough investigation along with a compassionate understanding of the needs of our client during the difficult period that follows. Our hard work and commitment to seeking justice for our clients and their loved ones, is the driving force behind our reputation and our success in obtaining significant recoveries for our clients.

If you or a loved one is the victim of foodborne illness, contact us so we may evaluate your case and get the compensation that is deserved.

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Three law firms had taken this case and then given up on Raiford B. who was badly injured in a car crash while driving a company car. The car causing the crash was not insured and the insurance company that insured Raiford B.'s company car ignored all requests for the Uninsured Motorist waiver form which is required in Florida for automobile insurance policies. After four years of uncertainty and rejection, Raiford B. finally retained Roselli & Associates. The commitment and creative legal strategies of Robert M. Roselli resulted in the discovery of adjuster e-mails, claim file notes and policy supplements suggesting the existence of uninsured motorist coverage. Eventually, the insurance company produced a blotched and suspicious copy and depositions of insurance company representatives revealed that the insurance company had destroyed the original uninsured motorist waiver for the policy and did so after it was requested, keeping only the blotched copy. After five (5) years of contentious litigation, the perseverance of Robert M. Roselli paid off for our client who received the compensation that he deserved.


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