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Roselli & Associates Named one of the Top Litigators in the U.S.

The Trial Lawyers Board of Regents, one of the nation's most recognized presenters of honors in law announced today that Robert M. Roselli and Roselli & Associates, P.A. are being recognized as one of the top 1% of all lawyers in the country. The 2014 Litigator Awards™ represent the highest honors in Trial Law, and justly stand as the nation's most coveted symbol of "Litigation Achievement."

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Rue Ratings Best Attorneys of America

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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Florida Collateral Source Rule

This is part of the 2012 version of Florida Statutes and it is offered for general information purposes. The statutes on this site should not be relied on without reviewing your legal situation with an experienced medical malpractice lawyer and making sure you are using the appropriate version of the statute for your case. The provisions applicable to your potential claim may or may not be the version that was in effect at the time of the incident because some changes to statutes are retroactive and some changes are not. Other statutes and other case law interpreting or applying these statutes may also apply to your case.

1. (The information on this site applies to Florida only)

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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Attorney Robert Roselli featured on the Sun-Sentinel

A Glamorous discovery...

In the name of science at '21st Century MODSGala'

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The Museum of Discovery and Science will host the Mercedes-Benz Fort Lauderdale's "21st Century MODS Gala" Nov. 8.

Terry Stiles will be honored for his 30 years of service on the museum's Board of Trustees as well as his contributions to the greater Fort Lauderdale community.



Appeals court upholds PIP reforms

By: Kathleen Haughney

TALLAHASSEE -- A state appeals court Wednesday upheld major changes to the state's personal injury protection law passed by lawmakers in 2012 designed to lower the cost of no-fault auto insurance.

The 1st District Court of Appeal, in its ruling, reversed the decision of Tallahassee Circuit Judge Terry Lewis, who ruled this spring that the changes made to the state's no-fault auto insurance law were unconstitutional.

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