Friedman Rodman & Frank, P.A.
Friedman Rodman & Frank, P.A. is a South Florida personal injury and wrongful death law firm with offices in Miami, Homestead, and Naples. The firm's trial lawyers have decades of collective experience representing individuals and families injured by the negligence of others. The attorneys can be contacted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to discuss your urgent legal needs. All consultations are free and confidential. The firm's staff speaks English, Spanish, and Creole. All cases are handled on a contingency basis. The law firm only receives attorneys' fees if it recovers financial compensation for a client in a trial or settlement.
The attorneys at Friedman Rodman & Frank, P.A. have won more than $220 million in jury verdicts and settlements for clients in the firm's history. The law firm's legal team invests its own resources to defray the costs of client personal injury lawsuits upfront. They hire appropriate experts to build strong cases, conduct witness depositions, and spend considerable time reviewing documents, reports, and other case materials.
The firm's attorneys are admitted to practice law in a variety Florida state and federal courts. Some are also admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, in addition to Illinois and Rhode Island state courts. The lawyers are active in the legal community, holding membership in the Florida, Illinois, and Miami Beach Bar Associations, or the American Association for Justice and Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers.
- Medical Malpractice Case Dismissed Due to Plaintiff’s Failure to Present Sworn Expert Testimony
6 December 2018
- Construction Zone Accident Results in $3 Million Verdict for Injury Victim
3 December 2018
- Court Declines to Impose Duty on Landowner to Trim Trees Near Intersection
29 November 2018
- Plaintiff’s Failure to Follow Instructions Included with Air-Powered Tool Results in Dismissal of Product Liability Case
26 November 2018
- Court Finds Landlord Is Not Liable in Recent Dog Bite Case
20 November 2018
- Court Determines Plaintiff Was Not Responsible for the Destruction of Relevant Evidence
15 November 2018
- Court Permits Premises Liability Case to Proceed After Applying the Res Ipsa Loquitor Doctrine
13 November 2018
- Court Finds Grocery Store Does Not Have a Duty to Provide “Staged” Shopping Carts to Customers
8 November 2018
- Court Holds That Police Department May Be Liable for Officer’s Failure to Use Due Care While Responding to an Emergency
6 November 2018