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Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Pt. Charlotte, Florida

Recent Settlements

$27,953,357.98 Jury Verdict

Attorneys Michael Noone and Scot Goldberg represented a young married couple in a case involving devastating injuries to one of the clients. The couple was involved in an automobile accident, which occurred when another driver ran a stop sign and crashed into their vehicle. As a result of the accident, the husband was rendered quadriplegic.Prior to the trial in this case, the highest offer by the defense was $1 Million. At the end of the 3-day trial, the jury returned...Read More

$980,000.00 Settlement

Auto Accident/Head Trauma, Brain Injury And Severe Burns; Lee County

Attorney Scot Goldberg represented a young man who was a passenger in a vehicle that was struck by a cement truck, which made an illegal turn. The car caught on fire and the victim was trapped in the vehicle, sustaining third degree burns over forty percent of his body. He also suffered a brain injury from the severe head trauma at impact, along...Read More

$926,767.29 Settlement

Auto Accident/Neck And Back Injuries; Charlotte County

Attorneys Ray Racila and Michael Noone were involved in a case in which a woman and her mother-in-law were both seriously injured when a driver ran a stop sign, resulting in a "T-bone" type collision. The young woman suffered neck and back injuries which required four surgeries, and she was left unable to work in her chosen profession for the remainder of her life.The insurance companies involved in the case initially displayed reluctance to make any meaningful offers to resolve the case; however...Read More

$500,000.00 Settlement

Auto Accident/Partially Severed Foot; Hendry County

Attorneys Scot Goldberg and Michael Noone represented a young wife and mother who was a passenger in a vehicle being driven by her husband when the at-fault party made a left turn directly into the path of the victim's vehicle. As a result of the crash, the woman's foot was nearly severed at the ankle. This injury required multiple surgeries done by a leading orthopedic specialist, followed by a lengthy period of physical therapy and the use of multiple ambulatory aids to enable the woman to walk again...Read More


Practice Areas

Personal Injury

Personal Injury

Work-related injuries, dog bites and other physical injuries
Auto Accidents

Auto Accidents

Rear-end collisions, and other motor vehicle crashes
Slip and Fall

Slip and Fall

Injuries from wet floors, loose stairs or other building defects
Trucking Accidents

Trucking Accidents

Big rig collisions, construction vehicle crashes
Motorcycle Accidents

Motorcycle Accidents

We have helped hundreds of bikers hurt in a crash
Negligent Security

Negligent Security

Injuries due to inadequate or nonexistent security measures
Medical Malpractice

Medical Malpractice

Injuries caused by doctors, hospitals & medical facilities
Criminal Offense

Criminal Defense

Aggressive legal defense for those accused of a crime

The attorneys at Goldberg, Racila, D'Alessandro & Noone, LLC, provide their clients almost 80 years of experience as they continue to set a standard of excellence in their pursuit of justice on behalf of all those whom they represent.

Legal News You Should Know:

02/09/16 - Mike Noone Elected to Cape Coral Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors

Local personal injury attorney, Michael M. Noone, has been elected to the 2016 Cape Coral Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors as a Trustee Member. During his one-year term, Noone will participate in the Board’s business plans and decisions, and will serve on the Board’s Executive committee, offering legal insights and opinions as requested by […]

01/29/16 - Negligent Security Blog:

Port Charlotte Alzheimer’s Patient Walks Out, Found Dead On Wednesday evening, January 27th, an Alzheimer’s patient residing at Sandhill Gardens Retirement Center in Port Charlotte, Florida, apparently was able to open a sliding door and leave the premises. Law enforcement officials said she was subsequently found dead on Thursday morning. While we emphasize that no […]