CASE: The Glorioso Law Firm was asked to meet with the husband of a women aboard the fatal crash of a U.S. Air flight near Pittsburg, PA. Many aviation attorneys had written solicitation letters and sent brochures and videos hyping their talent, experience and results. After several hours of discussion and hearing the widower describe [...]
CASE: Two foreign exchange students walked along Lake Pontchartrain seeking a place to swim. Along most areas of the lake there were “No Swimming or Diving” signs posted, with one exception, a spot at the end of a break water. Not realizing any danger, one of the young plaintiffs dove into the lake striking his [...]
CASE: Plaintiff while walking in the area of a public park went into a shelter restroom to use the facility. In the process of an attempted robbery, plaintiff was shot and rendered paraplegic. Plaintiff showed that the park authority was on reasonable notice of the foreseeability of such an act of violence and yet took [...]
CASE: Plaintiff was a passenger in her car when another vehicle encountered a significant dip/bump (highway defect) causing the following vehicle to strike plaintiff’s car from the rear causing plaintiff’s vehicle to go out of control. Plaintiff nearly lost her leg but heroic – state-of-the-art reconstruction surgery saved the leg but left plaintiff with a [...]
CASE: Plaintiff, a prison guard, was shot when a fellow prison guard, “horse playing” allowed his issued handgun to discharge. The shooter was a prison cook who, in order to be given a raise was “elevated” to a guard and issued a weapon without the national standard, required, training.
CASE: Plaintiff, while stopped in emergency lane on interstate highway (but partially into travel lane) was rear-ended by moving truck rented to small New York, LLC with limited insurance. Plaintiff sued Ryder under Logo Liability Doctrine. Defendant settled before trial.
Young child contracted infections in the Hospital during surgery, causing lower limb amputation.
Young child went to Hospital and Hospital doctors failed to diagnose heart infections, resulting in the death of the child.
Young child underwent heart surgery and the Hospital doctor failed to timely and properly intubate causing severe and permanent brain damage.
The Glorioso Law Firm congratulates Vincent "Trey" Glorioso, III for his selection into The National Trial Lawyers: Top 100 Civil Plaintiff Trial Lawyers for 2017. Membership into The National Trial Lawyers is extended to those attorneys who exemplify superior qualifications, trial results, and leadership in their respective state based upon objective and uniformly applied criteria. [...]
48 years ago today, Vincent J. Glorioso, Jr. was sworn in and qualified as a Federal Military Judge in the United States Army under Article 26 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Vincent began his legal career at Fort Rucker, Alabama as a Captain in the United States Army, Judge Advocate General’s Corp (JAG). [...]
by: Vincent "Trey" Glorioso, III Personal injury law and jury trials are very difficult and require a lot of work and skill. It can be very stressful. It is very serious work that should be taken seriously. When an attorney is lucky enough to be trusted by someone or their family for a loss [...]