Consumer Class Actions

Confronting fraudulent practices and protecting consumers rights.

Insurance Coverage Disputes & Bad Faith

When an insuance company fails to fulfill its obligations
to the insured, they need to be held accountable.

Cemetery Desecrations

When a loved one has been buried in the wrong cemetery
plot or their grave has been desecrated.

Auto & Truck Accidents

When injury or death occurs due to another party's
negligence, misconduct or inaction, it is an outrage.

Notable and Precedent Setting Cases

Serving individuals and attorneys throughout Florida and the U.S.

Consumer Justice Attorney Edward M. Ricci seeks justice for victims of cemetery desecration, personal injury, crashworthiness and consumer fraud.

Ed has been actively involved in the representation of more than 1000 cases over the course of his career. His success in the courtroom is legendary. Below are just some of the notable and precedent setting cases that he has handled over his thirty plus year career as a civil trial attorney.

The accounts of recent trials, jury verdicts and settlements contained in this website are intended to illustrate the experience of the firm in a variety of litigation areas. Each case is unique, and the results in one case do not necessarily indicate the quality or value of another case. If you have any questions regarding any of these cases or to receive a complimentary review of any potential case, please contact Ed Ricci.


Airbag Failure

Defective airbag sensor causes crash

Defective airbag sensor causes crash

Jury Trial

Attorney Ed Ricci tried the first defective airbag case in U.S. history. His client, the family of Jerome Brown, brought a case against General Motors. Brown was driving a Corvette and it hit a pothole, which caused the airbag to inflate ? this shouldn't have happened. The sensors were defective. The inflation of the airbag caused Mr. Brown to crash his car, which flipped over, and he was killed.


In pursuing this case, Ricci discovered that GM was inaccurately analyzing their data. Before this, auto manufacturers would grab the crash data from the computers in the vehicles involved and nobody else got to see this information. This case set the precedent that consumers would now have the right to the data in the computer in their car. The data belonged to them, the driver. Now auto makers could not alter or incorrectly report the crash data from the vehicle. Rush Limbaugh reported this case in one of his broadcasts and Ricci authored an article "Preserve Black-Box Data."

Pursuing Justice.

For more than four decades, Edward M. Ricci has specialized in civil trial law. He pursues justice for victims in the areas of consumer class actions, auto accidents, personal injury and wrongful deaths, cemetery desecrations, insurance litigation and consumer claims. The firm serves consumers throughout Florida and the United States.