Miguel R. Roura, Michelle M. McIntyre, and Peter S. Nayrouz of Roig Lawyers to Present the Adjuster 5-Hour Law and Ethics Update Course to the International Association of Special Investigation Units

October 8, 2014

Roig Lawyers, a minority-owned multi-practice litigation law firm dedicated to serving clients across seven offices throughout Florida, is pleased to announce that Miguel R. Roura, Michelle M. McIntyre Wasielewski, and Peter S. Nayrouz, senior associates in the Tampa office, will present the Adjuster 5-Hour Law and Ethics Update Course to the International Association of Special Investigation Units (IASIU) in Tampa on October 22, 2014.

Miguel, Michelle, and Peter will present to licensed insurance adjusters and investigators that are experienced in fraud investigations. The course is designed to identify, for insurance adjusters and insurance investigators, ethical issues surrounding fraud investigations and strategies for handling such issues when they arise.

Several of our attorneys are approved by the Florida Department of Financial Services to teach continuing education courses. Claims professionals interested in scheduling a seminar can visit the website for more details.

About Miguel R. Roura: Miguel concentrates his practice in the areas of Personal Injury Protection (PIP)/No-Fault litigation and fraud (SIU) investigations. He also defends clients in cases involving bodily injury, uninsured motorists, property damage, and general liability litigation. The identification and investigation of fraudulent claims represent a significant portion of Miguel’s practice.

As a skilled trial attorney, Miguel has tried over thirty cases in circuit and county court. He is also experienced in the use of alternative dispute resolution techniques, including mediation and arbitration, as a means of litigation avoidance.

Miguel is a graduate of Stetson University College of Law (J.D., 2008) and the University of Florida (B.A., 2004).

About Michelle M. McIntyre Wasielewski: Michelle concentrates her practice in the areas of Personal Injury Protection (PIP) No-Fault litigation, with an emphasis on fraud (SIU) investigations, pre-suit, and post-suit, complex medical providers, and statutory compliance involving medical licensure. Michelle has handled cases state-wide and her experience includes handling affirmative actions, such as Petitions for Discovery, on the part of the insurance companies.

Michelle is a member of the firm’s fraud (SIU) investigations team where she handles the investigation, identification, and scrutiny of claims to uncover fraudulent claims, staged accidents, false and forged signatures and documents, patterns of unnecessary medical treatment, and unlicensed activity. Based on such actions, she has secured many judgments in favor of her clients’ dismissals and withdrawal of claims.

Michelle is a graduate of the University of South Florida (B.S., 2005) and Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad Law Center (J.D., 2008).

About Peter S. Nayrouz: Peter is a litigation attorney who handles a high volume practice, with an emphasis on bodily injury (BI), Personal Injury Protection (PIP), and insurance fraud (SIU) litigation.

Prior to joining Roig Lawyers in 2014, Pete gained valuable experience representing numerous carriers throughout all stages of litigation, including SIU pre-suit investigations and coverage opinions. He has also successfully litigated certain aspects of PIP cases associated with various class action lawsuits throughout the state. In 2012, Pete was nominated for Insurance Attorney of the Year at the Florida Insurance Fraud Education Committee (“FIFEC”) Conference.

Peter is a graduate of Stetson College of Law (J.D., 2010) and the University of Florida (B.A., 2006).