Results in any cases is never guaranteed.  However, results is why clients call THE RO FIRM, P.S.C.  As you review Mr. Ro’s credentials, vast experience, and top-notch results, you will quickly notice Mr. Ro’s ability to achieve the best results when engaging in courtroom litigation, the forum to which and in which almost all litigation cases come to a halt where the buck stops before engaging in a battle between lawyer vs. lawyer.

At this point, you have to ask yourself 1 question:  “Who Is My Lawyer?”

If you can say “My Attorney is Mr. Ro”, you can be assured you will have advocate on your side, looking to your best interests during this trying period of your life. Mr. Ro has secured numerous outstanding results for his clients whenever he is hired to represent them either in a pre-litigation context or when actual litigation ensues and a jury trial (or a bench trial) is necessary.

In the world of Medical Malpractice Law, results can take time and are often negotiated and settled before a trial happens. As to experience with Jury Trials, a recent case type involved a JURY TRIAL in a Medical Malpractice case involving a severe Foot Injury to the Client. 

As to settlements, Victor Ro, THE RO FIRM, P.S.C. has had a track record of successful settlements for its valued clients.  The Firm aims to help recover money for its clients while making them whole again.  $1,000,000 ($1 MILLION DOLLARS) settlements are not as common as many may believe.  Rather, reasonable settlements can range whether it is $25,000 or $100,000 (more or less), depending on each case.

Thus, Victor Ro, THE RO FIRM, P.S.C does not aim to boast  $2,000,000.00 ($2 MILLION DOLLARS) settlements as if your case is worth this much.  It may be.  It may not be.  Instead, a reasonable resolution so that you can move on with your life is the goal.  Still, when a trial is necessary, it is necessary.

Special Notable Case: *  Victor Ro previously represented a highly valued client on a serious injury case settling for __$200,000.00__ after significant litigation efforts.  This particular was very special because her previous attorney was unable to achieve this result.  Given the circumstances, many might claim this was an impossibility, but this result for the Firm’s valued client demonstrates Mr. Ro’s ability to handle extremely difficult and complex cases towards an astounding settlement. 

For confidentiality purposes, the Firm takes a client’s case, litigates it either to settlement or a jury trial, and allows the individual to move on with their life without any fanfare or post-result marketing initiatives.  Victor Ro aims to achieve his clients’ goals.

After all, Time Is Money.  Settlements are not for hype.  An injured victim does not want publicity – they want recovery and they want their life back.

Moreover, a Trial Attorney can handle both civil and criminal trials. This can hold some implications concerning the practice of litigators and trial attorneys.  Whereas, a litigator may understand the nuances, the rules of the court, drafting and filing briefs and motions, and taking depositons, a trial attorney may know this and more, by being able to step into a courtroom and try the case.  This is one of the main differences between a Trial lawyer and a Litigator.

Because of the U.S. Constitutional implications directly affecting individuals facing criminal charges, these cases may often go to trial, more so than a civil case.  In contrast, a Products Liability/Medical Malpractice, or Personal Injury Auto Accident case may settle well before a jury is sworn into court.

Also important are cases involving Immigration Deportation cases.  Technically they are not criminal cases in the traditional sense although they do involve incarcerated individuals held in custody facing immigration ICE [Immigraton Customs Enforcement] proceedings.  Athough these hearings called Individual Hearings do not involve juries, they may still require a talented Trial Attorney to address a client matter.

See More Specific Results Achieved By Mr. Ro here on the About page.