Ivan F. Cabrera

<strong>Ivan F. Cabrera</strong>
Ivan Cabrera

Ivan F. Cabrera established his legal career at a prominent South Florida insurance defense firm upon earning his degree from St. Thomas University School of Law in 1992. He became an associate at Krupnick Campbell in 1996, working his way up to partner in just five years. With an accounting and business background, Cabrera assesses defendants’ corporate business structures and economic damages to assure clients are fully compensated for the injuries or damages they have sustained. He is bilingual, speaking both Spanish and English, and has litigated wrongful death, personal injury, and commercial cases throughout Central and South America. Cabrera has also appeared before courts and tribunals in Colombia, Ecuador, Guatemala, and Mexico.  

Education: St. Thomas University School of Law, J.D., 1992

Admissions: The Florida Bar; New York State Bar Association; District of Columbia Bar; U.S. District Court for Southern District of Florida; U.S. District Court for Middle District of Florida; U.S. Supreme Court

Associations: Florida Bar Grievance Committee (Chairperson); Florida Bar Fee Arbitration Program (Arbitrator)

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