Raymond Valori, ESQ
Raymond Valori handles cases involving complex products liability and catastrophic personal injury, particularly those involving mass torts, dangerous drugs, medical devices and class actions.
Valori’s technical knowledge and expertise with mass torts and class actions enable him to successfully represent plaintiffs including those injured by products such as prescription pharmaceuticals, medical implants and devices, automobiles, household products and dietary supplements. He has obtained numerous multi-million dollar settlements and jury verdicts on behalf of his clients.
Valori has been appointed by the courts as class counsel in a number of matters and he has been published in the area of class actions and medical monitoring. He has also lectured on the areas of products liability and class actions. He also served as both trial and appellate counsel in the landmark case of Petito v. A.H. Robins, where Florida courts formally recognized the right of those exposed to toxic substances to seek medical monitoring.
Valori earned his law degree, magna cum laude, from University of Miami Law School where he was an honors scholar. He received his bachelor of science degree in engineering from Pennsylvania State University.