Personal Injury Blog

Attorney Mark Roman of Clearwater, Florida Receives AV Rating from Martindale-Hubbell

Clearwater injury lawyer Mark Roman of Roman & Gaynor of Clearwater, FL, receives a high AV rating from the prestigious Martindale-Hubbell. Martindale-Hubbell has maintained ratings for lawyers for more than a century. Ratings reflect the confidential opinions of bar members and the judiciary, and attest to the individual lawyer’s legal ability and adherence to accepted… read more

Attorney Morgan Gaynor Named to the Million Dollar Advocates Forum

Personal injury lawyer Morgan Gaynor of Clearwater law firm Roman & Gaynor has been admitted to one of the most prestigious groups of trial lawyers in the United States, The Million Dollar Advocates Forum. This honor is shared by less than one percent of lawyers in the United States. Membership in the forum is exclusively limited… read more

Clearwater Accident Lawyer Mark Roman Named to Million Dollar Advocates Forum

Clearwater personal injury attorney Mark Roman of Roman & Gaynor has been named to The Million Dollar Advocates Forum, one of the most prestigious groups of successful trial lawyers in the United States. Less than one percent of all U.S. lawyers share in this honor. Membership in The Million Dollar Advocates Forum exclusively includes attorneys… read more

Roman & Gaynor Announces Its Partnership With Countryside High School Football

Roman & Gaynor is pleased to announce its partnership with Countryside High School Football Program for the 2010-2011 season. Roman & Gaynor, a Clearwater Personal Injury Law Firm, is the 2010 Season Sponsor of the Countryside High School Football Program. Roman & Gaynor recognizes the importance of school athletics and is honored to have been… read more

Mark Roman Selected By Tampa Bay Magazine as One of “Tampa Bay’s Top Lawyers”

Tampa Bay Magazine has selected Mark Roman, a Clearwater personal injury lawyer from Florida law firm Roman & Gaynor, as one of “Tampa Bay’s Top Lawyers”. The July/August 2010 Issue of Tampa Bay Magazine is available at newsstands now. Tampa Bay Magazine, in conjunction with Martindale-Hubbell®, has compiled a list of Tampa Bay’s Top Lawyers… read more

Pinellas Jury Awards More Than $600,000 To Accident Victim

A St. Petersburg woman received a verdict of more than $600,000 on Wednesday for injuries she suffered in an April 2008 car accident. The verdict was reached by a Pinellas County jury after it deliberated for 1½ hours. Katie Burnett, 32, received the verdict at the end of a three-day trial. Burnett sued Robert Norwood, the… read more

Roman & Gaynor Partners With One Of Florida’s Premier Bicycle Racing Teams, Gearlink Racing, Inc. As A Sponsor.

Gearlink Racing, Inc. was founded in 2008 and is comprised of over 80 members. Gearlink members include riders from 21 years old to 66 years old with several State and National level riders in road, mountain and triathlon. Mark Roman and Morgan Gaynor, both avid recreational cyclists, recognize the importance of the “Share the Road”… read more

Roman & Gaynor Proudly Announces Its Partnership With SWFBUD.

A nationally-recognized, award-winning alliance of 11 Tampa Bay retail bicycle stores and four law firms. SWFBUD (South West Florida Bicycle United Dealers) works to increase the profile of bicycling in the Tampa Bay market by putting on the annual Bicycle Bash festival, lobbies government agencies and elected political leaders to devote more resources to bicycling;… read more

Amanda Knox Case Shows Our Justice System Isn’t So Bad

Amanda Knox, the American college student accused of murder in Italy, came out with a book this week about her ordeal in the Italian criminal justice system. Her book,Waiting to Be Heard, is likely to reignite the media attention her case has received in the last several years. Knox was initially convicted of the 2007… read more

Tallahassee Judge Blocks New Auto Insurance No Fault Law

A judge in Tallahassee recently blocked Florida’s new no fault insurance law. The judge issued a written decision finding that the new law violates the constitutional right of access to courts. While the judge’s decision is likely to bring howls from the insurance industry about “judicial activism,” it makes sense when one considers our constitution… read more