Justice In America – Maurice Roye’s Story

On December 5, 2014, at an intersection in San Leandro, CA, Maurice Roye, a 75-year-old great-grandfather, was crossing the street in the marked crosswalk when a 22-year-old Fed Ex delivery driver made a left turn through the crosswalk. Maurice had walked 25 feet from the curb when he was struck by the Fed Ex truck and run over. Emergency personnel attempted life-saving measures, but Maurice was pronounced dead at the scene. He was survived by three daughters who lived in the United States, and four children who lived in England, and all of those children were plaintiffs in the case.

The case presented many challenges, from the inaccuracy of the San Leandro Police Dept’s investigation to the defendant, Federal Express, who denied that the contract truck driver was their responsibility.

The Insider Exclusive ‘Justice in America’ News team is on location in Berkeley, Calif to take you behind the scenes in this new Network TV Special, “Justice in America – Maurice Roye’s Story”

With Joseph Tomasik, Law Offices of Joseph E. Tomasik, who successfully represented Maurice’s family in this case.

Joseph has earned a reputation as unyielding trial lawyer who repeatedly represent clients against big companies and the Goliaths of the world. And repeatedly wins.

He has built a substantial reputation nationwide by consistently winning cases other law firms have turned down.

And his amazing courtroom skills and headline grabbing success rate continue to provide his clients with the results they need……And the results they deserve.

You can contact Joseph Tomasik at https://lawjt.com/ and (510) 848-0500.