ROIG Lawyers Trio Nominated For Legal Luminaries Awards

April 22, 2016

Three attorneys from ROIG LawyersMichael Rosenberg, Craig Liszt and Marcus Griggs—are nominees for the Dade County Bar Association’s Legal Luminaries awards. Rosenberg is a finalist in the Insurance category, Liszt in Admiralty, and Griggs in Pro Bono and Public Interest.

The Dade County Bar Association will award the winners on July 29th at the Rusty Pelican in Key Biscayne. Members of the Florida Bar can vote for one of three finalists in each of the 33 categories until July 22nd. 

About the Attorneys

Rosenberg is ROIG Lawyers’ managing partner and works in the Deerfield Beach office. He guides the strategic direction of the firm and co-chairs its management committee. Rosenberg’s practice focuses on litigating complex insurance cases in the areas of fraud (SIU) investigations, Personal Injury Protection (PIP)/No-Fault litigation and Examinations Under Oath (EUO) in federal and state courts. He is AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell, was named a Top Up & Comer in the 2015 South Florida Legal Guide and was selected as a 2015 Rising Star for both the Daily Business Review and Florida Super Lawyers.

Liszt is an attorney in the Miami office of ROIG Lawyers. He handles all types of marine-related litigation, including Jones Act, passenger claims, recreational marine claims, collision/allision cases, product liability claims, first-party marine insurance coverage disputes, marine salvage, liens, environmental pollution and grounding claims, and international arbitration of seamen’s claims. Liszt is a member of the Southeastern Admiralty Law Institute and a Bos’n for the Fort Lauderdale Mariners Club.

Griggs is an attorney in the Miami office of ROIG Lawyers. He concentrates his practice in Personal Injury Protection (PIP) claims. Griggs dedicates the majority of his pro bono work toward the legal representation of military veterans. He is a volunteer attorney for the Miami-Dade Public Defender’s Ensuring Equal Justice InitiativeVeterans Consortium Pro Bono Program and the American Bar Association (ABA) Military Pro Bono Project’s Operation Stand-By.