Stuart J. Weissman and Stuart N. Ratzan proved Palmetto General Hospital was liable in the death of woman from rare blood disorder.
Howard Talenfeld and Ted Babbitt settled with New York City and three child welfare agencies for $17.5 million on behalf of 10 special-needs children who moved to Florida with their abusive foster mother.
Carlos Bodden and W. David Bennett persuaded a Broward jury that their client's injuries were caused by a traffic accident and that they were permanent.
Jeffrey Erez, Jeffrey Sonn, Michael Rapaport and Stefan Apotheker won a $4.5 million FINRA arbitration against Morgan Stanley on behalf of Banamex following an unauthorized loan to a family member.
Mario Quintero represented a former attorney who blamed a musician's defamatory posting for losing his law license. Quintero said the jury "really got it right" with a $3.5 million award.
Grossman Roth attorneys have succeeded in a case involving hazard pay for civilian pilots and attendants fllying into Middle East conflicts.
A federal jury cleared two Miami-Dade police officers of excessive force cliams in the shooting deaths of two unarmed black men in 2007.
A jury awarded $208,839 to a woman who claimed she suffered uterine pain for three months after an the implantation of an intrauterine device.
A jury awarded $388,488 to a woman who claimed a broadside collision caused permanent pain in her left wrist.
The former property manager at Setai Resort & Residences wins $12.7 million in arbitration against a Lehman Brothers company.
Alan Rose and Gregory Weiss win a $10.8 million verdict for a Palm Beach Gardens restaurateur who was locked out by the landlord of the Palm Beach Gardens Embassy Suites.
A motorcyclist recovered more than $1.6 million for multiple injuries he suffered in a collision with a bus.
A jury awarded more than $1.2 million to a man who claimed he suffered neck, back and shoulder injuries when the van he was driving was broadsided.
The daughter of a Boynton Beach woman who died of lung cancer was awarded $20 million against R.J. Reynolds Tobacco.
Michael Olin led a plaintiffs team that showed a New York investor set up a shell company to foreclose on his first mortgage so the investor wouldn't have to repay the second mortgage to Olin's client.
Attorneys Jeffrey Herman and Arick Fudali won $5.25 million in pain and suffering damages for a child who was sexually molested multiple times at school as a 7-year-old.
American Bridge built its case on the email traffic, correspondence and witnesses who were party to negotiations during and after the contract for construction of a marina at a Ritz-Carlton resort hotel in the Bahamas.
The family of a man killed by Marion County deputies was awarded $2.3 million in a civil rights case.