$4,356,000

Verdict for Traumatic Brain Injury Victim

Client was rear-ended with great force by an employee of Mercedes Benz of Melbourne on a rural highway in South Florida. The collision was so powerful that three cars were totally destroyed and the client was rendered unconscious. The Client sustained multiple fractures to her arm and ribs, damage to her shoulder and she sustained brain damage. The jury deliberated almost four hours at the conclusion of a six day trial in Brevard County, Florida.

$2,700,000

Verdict for Truck Accident Victim

After a six day trial, a Pasco County Jury awarded our clients $2,161,000.00 for wife and $631,900.00 for husband. The wife sustained a head injury and had a spine surgery. The husband injured his hands, shoulder and knee.

$1,450,000

Settlement for Injured Pedestrian

Roman & Gaynor sued our client’s car insurance company when they refused to take her fractured pelvis seriously. After being pinned between 2 cars in a parking lot, she could not walk normally or return to work. This jury verdict is more than 10 times the amount of the policy she sought, and her insurance company refused to pay, after her injury. State Farm later settled her bad faith claim and Roman & Gaynor collected the excess judgment.

$1,175,000

Verdict for Traumatic Brain Injury Victim

A New Port Richey man was injured in a motor vehicle collision when his work van was hit and flipped over, causing him to be ejected from his vehicle, crushing his skull. Roman & Gaynor’s investigation revealed that the work van was not equipped with operable seatbelts. A lawsuit against his employer, who was responsible for the maintenance of the work van, resulted in a $1,175,000.00 settlement.

$1,000,000

Settlement For Skylight Fall Injury Victim

The client was on the roof of a building, taking photographs at the request of an insurance carrier. He stepped onto the roof, walked a few steps, then plunged through the roof into the building below. He fell through the building, 20 feet to the building’s floor. The fall was caused by a concealed skylight on the roof. While it’s possible the skylights were clear or translucent at one time, they were completely covered by dirt and debris at the time of our client’s fall. In fact, the skylights were so filthy that a person inside the building could not have seen additional light through them. The Corporate Defendant’s failure to perform any kind of cleaning or maintenance on the roof created a concealed hazard known as a latent defect. Latent defects create a well-recognized basis for liability against a premises owner. As a result of the fall, our client sustained extensive traumatic orthopedic injuries including wrist fracture, distal radius fracture-dislocation, comminuted left hip fracture, L3 burst fracture of the lumbar spine, and pulmonary contusion. He underwent multiple surgeries and was hospitalized for 5 days and then admitted to Rehabilitation Center for 21 days. Roman & Gaynor investigated the accident scene, securing drone footage evidencing the poorly maintained roof which they proved constituted a latent defect. Demand was made for tender of the $1 million policy limit which was tendered within 30 days. Roman & Gaynor’s track record of securing evidence immediately, coupled with their track record of aggressive litigation resulting in large verdicts in the courtroom most certainly played a role in the insurance carrier turning over the policy limits prior to filing a lawsuit. Our client can now begin to rebuild his life with his family. Roman & Gaynor … we help rebuild lives

$850,000

Settlement for Husband & Wife

A Pasco County couple were seriously injured in a rear end collision in Pasco County. After spinal surgeries, Roman & Gaynor successfully negotiated a global settlement in the amount of $850,000 which assisted this couple in rebuilding their lives.

$836,000

Settlement in Rear End Collision

Our clients, a 56 and 58 year old couple from Pasco County, were stopped for a red light in Tampa when they were rear ended by a distracted driver. Both husband and wife suffered herniated discs as a result of this accident which resulted in 4 spinal surgeries.

The at fault party’s insurance carrier asserted a low impact defense, and asserted that our client suffered from these injuries prior to the accident. After protracted litigation, and just 2 months prior to trial, Roman & Gaynor secured a $836,000 settlement in favor of this couple.

$820,000

Settlement in Rear End Collision

After a year of litigating a case the Defendant never took seriously, Roman & Gaynor negotiated this settlement just to days before trial for a young lady with a spine injury. In this case, a relatively low impact collision led to more than one spinal surgery, including fusion.

$658,000

Settlement in T-Bone Collision

A young Clearwater family of 5 was traveling to see family in the state of North Carolina.  They were traveling through a green light when a second vehicle turned left in front of them, causing a high impact T-Bone collision that sent their vehicle into a third vehicle.  The operator of the vehicle that caused the accident was a “ride share operator” and was completing a trip with a paying rideshare passenger at the time of the accident. The accident caused serious injuries including a shoulder injury which required surgery to the husband, a bilateral hip injury which required surgery to the wife, and minor injuries to their 3 children.  The young family returned home to Clearwater within a week of the accident and needed medical guidance.  Roman & Gaynor made sure they got the medical treatment they needed and secured a $658,000 settlement for this young family so that they could put their lives back together.

$600,000

Jury Verdict for Accident Victim

A St. Petersburg woman received a verdict of more than $600,000 for multiple injuries sustained in a car accident including a broken pelvis. We received the verdict at the end of a three-day trial. The Defendant was the driver of a truck who ran a red light.