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GRYC Stem Cell Lawsuit Client Elizabeth Noble Featured on Front Page of Kansas City Star

In 2015, Elizabeth Noble traveled to Florida seeking treatment for her macular degeneration. Her destination was a clinic operated by U.S. Stem Cell in Sunrise, where fat-derived cells were injected directly into her eyes. Soon after receiving the $5,000 unproven procedure, her retinas began to atrophy, and she is now blind in both eyes. Noble … Read More

Andy Yaffa Sues Lyft and GoGoGrandparent for Death of 87-year-old Hallandale Woman

In November 2008, Maria Scarpa, an 87-year-old woman shopping at her local Walmart in East Hallandale, was hit and killed by a car. Now, Andy Yaffa, partner at Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen is looking to hold ride-sharing company Lyft, along with another transportation company, responsible for her death. According to Yaffa’s lawsuit, on the day … Read More

Six Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen Attorneys Recognized in the 2020 Best Lawyers List

Six of Our Attorneys Recognized in the 2019 Best Lawyers List

MIAMI, Aug. 15, 2019 – Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen, trial lawyers devoted to achieving justice for people and businesses damaged by other’s negligence or misconduct, is proud to announce that six of its attorneys will be recognized as “Best Lawyers” in the 2020 edition of The Best Lawyers in America. The Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen … Read More

Three Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen Attorneys Named To 2019 Florida Trend “Legal Elite” List

MIAMI,  Aug. 8, 2019— Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen, leading Florida medical malpractice and personal injury trial lawyers, announced that three of the firm’s attorneys have been named to Florida Trend’s Legal Elite list. For 16 years, Florida Legal Elite selects a list of reputable attorneys, nominated by their peers, that uphold a strict criterion for … Read More

Hot Car Death Case Featured on Sun Sentinel’s Front Page

Since 1994, more than 800 children have died from heat-related illnesses in cars in the United States, according to Kids and Cars, an advocacy center that conducts research on car-related dangers surrounding children. In approximately 55 percent of those cases, the parent was unaware the child was in the vehicle. Andy Yaffa, partner at Grossman Roth Yaffa … Read More

Andy Yaffa Represents Florida Teen After Assault

A Florida teenager and his family are suing a soccer club in Weston, Fla. after sexual assault took place when the team took a trip to Colombia. Andy Yaffa is now suing for negligence on behalf of the victim and his family after the heinous act. Several older boys from Weston FC hazed the 14-year-old … Read More

FDA Wins Lawsuit Against U.S. Stem Cell Clinic

U.S. Stem Cell Lawsuit

The FDA has won a lawsuit against U.S. Stem Cell, an organization that provides experimental stem cell treatments, for the dangerous procedures its clinics have performed on patients. Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen’s Andy Yaffa represents several clients who have been victims of these predatory practices. About these Unproven Procedures In 2015, stem cell lawsuit client … Read More

Andy Yaffa Featured in LA Times Article About Controversial Stem Cell Documentary

Cell Surgical Network, whose Atlanta clinic allegedly blinded GRYC client Doris Tyler, is once again in the national spotlight. As reported by the Los Angeles Times, Andy Yaffa and his team discovered that Cell Surgical Network helped produce a documentary, titled “The Healthcare Revolution,” that touts the safety of its unproven procedures. Furthermore, they learned … Read More

Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen Attorneys Recognized by Super Lawyers Magazine

Grossman Roth Yaffa Cohen, trial lawyers devoted to achieving justice for people and businesses damaged by others’ negligence or misconduct, is proud to announce that six of its attorneys will be recognized in Super Lawyers magazine. Additionally, Stuart Grossman was selected for the “Florida Super Lawyers Top List” and William P. Mulligan was selected for … Read More

FIU Bridge Collapse Case Update: “Now The Gloves Are Off”

The pedestrian bridge collapse at Florida International University (FIU) was a tragic event that resulted in the death of six people, injured eight others and sent shockwaves throughout the state of Florida. Now, a newly released 44-page document released by the Florida Department of Transportation confirms the designers of the bridge assured highway officials, university … Read More