Roig Lawyers Adds Partner to the Firm’s Growing Tampa Office
February 23, 2016
Roig Lawyers, a minority-owned litigation firm welcomes prominent partner Christopher E. Doran from Murray, Morin & Herman, P.A. to Roig’s Tampa office, as a continuation of our state-wide expansion throughout Florida.
“As our firm continues to expand our first class services, we are thrilled for the addition of Chris as a partner in the Tampa office. Chris is the latest in a series of significant hires in Roig Lawyers’ rapidly expanding Florida presence. The addition of Chris marks another milestone in the continuous growth of the firm. He will further strengthen the firm’s key practice areas in litigation, insurance services, and premises liability,” said firm managing partner, Michael A. Rosenberg.
“With Chris’ addition to the Tampa office, it will allow us to cater to our ever-evolving client’s needs and expectations. He will contribute to our firm’s overall culture and our continuation to solidify the firm’s presence in the Tampa Bay area,” said managing partner of the Tampa office, Ed Carbone. Carbone was chosen to lead the firm’s expansion into the Tampa Bay area from Carlton Fields Tampa office in 2014.
Chris has over 18 years of legal experience as a civil litigator focusing on the defense of large catastrophic losses on behalf of transportation companies, construction litigation, aviation, premises liability, product liability, and general litigation. As an experienced civil litigator, he has represented major insurers and Fortune 500 corporations throughout his legal profession. He has handled numerous transportation related catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases as well as cargo, contract, and property damage disputes. Chris has handled construction litigation cases including personal injury, property and construction delay claims. He also has extensive experience in defending product liability claims, including complex tire litigation and other consumer product claims.
Chris was a prosecutor for the State Attorneys Office of the Twentieth Judicial Circuit court where he tried hundreds of cases, including over 60 major criminal felony jury trials. As a prosecutor, he was instrumental in the development and investigation of traffic homicide prosecution cases. Additionally, he was appointed as a Night Court hearing officer in Family Court in the Twentieth Judicial Circuit for Charlotte County, Florida, where he presided over dozens of contentious cases.