In a recent interview with the Daily Business Review, Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen (GRYC) co-founder Neal Roth discussed the success behind the firm he and Stuart Grossman built. In operation for over 30 years, GRYC has grown to be one of the top medical malpractice and personal injury firms in Miami, securing more than $1 billion in verdicts for its clients.
In his conversation with the Daily Business Review, Roth discussed many topics from the firm’s governance structure and compensation model to the greatest opportunities it has for growth in the current legal market.
GRYC typically operates under contingency fee arrangements, which means the firm will not charge a client unless their case has been won. If we succeed, our payment will then be a percentage of the amount awarded.
We are a results-oriented firm with the goal of helping others secure justice, and this system ensures our attorneys’ efforts are focused on obtaining the best possible verdict for every client they represent.
As Neal discussed, educating others is an important goal for GRYC as well. After 30 years of securing proven results, our attorneys have learned valuable lessons they share through blogs on our website and social media. Those posts cover topics such as how people can avoid becoming victims of medical malpractice or when a misdiagnosis is considered medical malpractice.
For anyone who may be a victim and is seeking legal assistance for themselves or their family, these well-crafted resources are a preview of the thoughtful counsel we’ll provide.
We believe every new case is an opportunity to change a victim’s life for the better, and that belief has motivated us to provide the best legal representation possible. However, those opportunities go beyond litigation to the legal system itself, where we can make a greater difference in the communities we serve.
On several occasions, GRYC’s work has resulted in legislative changes and new laws that protect many others in addition to our clients, such as Senate Bill 1590. Also known as the Florida Stroke Act, the legislation declared that designated stroke centers must either have a neurosurgeon on staff or quickly reroute a patient to a center that does.
Businesses need to show they are compassionate about helping others to truly succeed, and we believe that much of GRYC’s success comes from the reputation it built fighting for those damaged by the negligence and misconduct of others.