Florida PIP Law
BiographyAbe Ovadia is the founder of Ovadia Law Firm, PA. He is currently eligible to practice law throughout Florida. Although he is located in Boca Raton, Abe frequently travels as far as Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Tampa, Orlando, and the Florida Keys to meet with medical providers at their office. Abe Ovadia is a South Florida native and grew up in Boca Raton. While attending law school at Florida International University College of Law in Miami, Abe Ovadia worked at a prestigious law firm in North Miami handling PIP claims. Abe Ovadia returned to his home town of Boca Raton to open his own law office. Abe Ovadia's main focus is on Personal Injury Protection (PIP) cases representing medical providers as well as Personal Injury cases on behalf of injury victims. Having filed over 1, 000 law suits against insurance companies within his first year Abe Ovadia has built his reputation in the legal community and put the insurance companies on notice that he won't back down.
Practice AreasMichigan PIP Attorney | Personal Injury Claims | PIP Insurance Claims
- Florida International University College of Law, Miami, Florida J.D. - 2009 Dean's List 2009 Appellate Advocacy
- Florida Atlantic University, Florida B.A. - 2005 Major: History Major: Political Science
- Florida Bar, 2009
- US District Court, Southern District
- South Palm Beach Bar Association, 2009 - 2011
- Dade County Bar Association, 2009 - 2011
- Florida Justice Association, 2012 - present
- Palm Beach County Justice Association, 2012 - present
- Broward County Justice Association, 2012 - present
- Palm Beach Bar Association, 2012 - present
- Florida Hospital Association, 2012 - present
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