Matthew A. Rabin, Esq.
Personal Injury Litigation
Matthew Rabin, Esq. is a Partner and the Managing Attorney of RTRLAW’s Personal Injury Litigation Division in Central Florida. Prior to becoming an Associate Attorney and Partner at RTRLAW, Mr. Rabin was in-house trial counsel for Chubb Florida Insurance Company.
His extensive experience as a trial attorney representing insurance companies defending personal injury cases, including product liability, property damage, condominium disputes, employment claims, American with Disability Act Claims, and Fair Debt Collection Practices, gives Mr. Rabin a unique insight into the defense tactics of insurance companies and their defense attorneys. This makes Matt an extremely important component of our firm’s mission and continued success in the ability to uniquely strategize cases from inception through litigation, whether the case is settled out of court or ultimately results in a trial by jury.
Mr. Rabin achieved his undergraduate degree from Florida State University, earning a double major in Political Science and History, graduating cum laude in the top 15% of his class. Mr. Rabin received his Juris Doctorate degree from Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad College of Law, where he also graduated cum laude, at the top of his class.
Mr. Rabin is licensed to practice law in all Florida State courts, the South District of Florida (Federal Court), Middle District of Florida (Federal Court) and the 11TH Circuit Court of Appeals (Federal Court). He is also licensed to practice law in Texas.
Mr. Rabin is AV-Preeminent-rated by Martindale Hubbell, the highest peer rating standard, and was named a Rising Star by Super Lawyers in Florida in 2010.
He was born in Elmwood Park, N.J., and has lived in Florida since 1992, where he attended Cooper City High School. He currently resides in the Orlando area.
In his leisure, Mr. Rabin enjoys playing tennis, kayaking, and spending time with family and friends.
- AV Preeminent rating by Martindale Hubbell
- Rising Stars, Super Lawyers, 2010 by Thomson Reuters