Richard Rossi, Attorney
Practice areas: Personal injury and death cases, elder abuse, divorce, dissolution of marriage, legal separation, annulment, family (child custody, child support, spousal support, collection of child & spousal support, restraining orders, paternity, grandparents' rights), bankruptcy (Rossi Law Offices is a debt relief agency which files bankruptcy for its clients), tax discharge ability, collection of judgments, other selected civil litigation (please telephone to discuss your case). Richard Rossi has over 30 years experience representing clients who need divorce and bankruptcy representation at the same time. Mr. Rossi is also a trained and experienced mediator.
We provide legal representation in the Superior Courts of all the counties in the State of California, including San Luis Obispo County and the cities therein (Arroyo Grande, Atascadero, Baywood, Cambria, Cuyocos, Grover Beach, Los Osos, Morro Bay, Oceano, Paso Robles, Pismo Beach, San Luis Obispo, San Miguel, Santa Margarita, Shandon, Templeton, Carrisa Plains).
|Education:||University of Denver|
|Admissions:||U.S. District Court Central District of California 1979|
U.S. District Court Eastern District of California 1975
U.S. Tax Court 1980
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Personal Injury Lawsuit
If you visit other parts of the world, you will find that they are maybe a running joke about Americans. I have friends from Australia, and they often tell me that suing someone seems to be the American way.
by Kevin Cortright
Defective Product Design Cases, Excluding Other Causes and Feasible Design Alternatives
A look at the requirement of Feasible Design Alternative, and the need to show that a product is unreasonably dangerous in order to recover in a Strict liability Case.
by John Cherundolo
Removable Guards and the Case for Liability. What Warnings?
A look at the American Airlines case involving a baggage handler rendered quadriplegic as a result of an alleged defect in the baggage cart.
by John Cherundolo