Verdicts Settlements

Serving nearby areas by Palm Beach and West Palm Beach, Florida

Romano Law Group is proud of what we have accomplished for our trusting clients. Every day we work not just for cases, but for causes. We relentlessly pursue justice for our clients, and are committed to achieving the best possible result, no matter how long it takes. One example of our perseverance and dedication is the case of Stanley v. United States, in which we battled the U.S. Government for more than 20 years through trials, multiple appeals including one before the U.S. Supreme Court, and Congressional hearings, ultimately achieving justice for our client and bringing an end to his long ordeal. You can read more about this case in the summary below.

Here are just some of the ways Romano Law Group continues to protect the rights of its clients and the community at large:

  • Handling cases in state and federal courts, including the United States Supreme Court
  • Fighting insurance companies who have failed to live up to their commitments
  • Holding corporations accountable for selling defective products
  • Helping those wrongly accused of crimes resume their lives
  • Assisting victims of the 9/11 tragedies

Here are a few personal injurymilitary & veteran and criminal cases that are particularly noteworthy. (Note: In some cases we have excluded names in an effort to protect the privacy of our clients.)

Top Verdict recognizes U.S. law firms who have obtained the highest jury verdicts in the nation. The Romano Law Group was recently named to the 2013 list of Top 100 Verdicts in all practice areas in the United States. Our success in the product liability case Robinson v. Ford Motor Co resulted in a... Read More
December 7, 2012 Verdict: $656,056.91 Kevin and April Quinn v. Southern Waste Services 15th Judicial Circuit-Palm Beach County, Florida Case No.: 50 2011 CA 018589 Judge: Lucy Chernow Brown Plaintiffs’ counsel: Todd Romano (Romano Law Group, West Palm Beach, FL), Thomas A. Robes (Bogani & Robes... Read More
Gene L. Swain Sr., a 66-year-old retired music teacher from Baltimore, entered Boca Raton’s The Wastershed residential treatment for alcohol dependency. Shortly after arriving, he was treated with Lisinopril for hypertension. An allergic reaction followed, causing swelling of the tongue and... Read More
Mr. Sawyer was a high school senior when his heart suddenly stopped during recess between classes. His medical bills totaled hundreds of thousands of dollars. He had health insurance coverage with State Farm, but the insurance company denied his claims for benefits, claiming that his father made... Read More
Shawn Cameron, 28, was catastrophically injured while installing aluminum framing at a commercial construction site. While being elevated on a scissor-lift, a piece of the framing that he was working with came into contact with overhead power lines 15 feet away, causing an explosion. Shawn caught... Read More
A young couple’s first baby was born three months premature. During their daughter’s three-month stay in the NICU, she had a number of successive health problems and underwent dozens of tests, constantly being poked, prodded and examined, leaving bumps, bruises, marks and more. Three weeks after... Read More
In the late 1950s, the United States Army and the CIA secretly and illegally gave LSD to unwitting soldiers. The soldiers only learned that they had been LSD guinea pigs when notified by the government in 1975—some 20 years after the fact. When U.S. Army veteran James Stanley received his notice... Read More
Shortly after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, a 90-year old widow contacted Romano Law Group to assist her in pursuing a claim for the tragic loss of her son, who was working in the World Trade Center when the buildings were attacked. Working with Trial Lawyers Care (TLC), an organization established... Read More
John Doe, while represented by another attorney, entered a plea of guilty on his lawyer’s advice and was convicted of Solicitation to Commit First Degree Murder, despite clear and overwhelming evidence that he was not guilty. He was sentenced to probation and house arrest, but fled Florida shortly... Read More
John Doe, 18, was accused of raping and molesting a 15-year old family friend on numerous occasions while living in her family’s home for the summer. The adolescent first told her parents about the incident two years later, the day before her first gynecologist visit. John Doe insisted that he was... Read More