November 7, 2018
Paul M. Gabe practices in the areas of insurance coverage and Personal Injury Protection (PIP)/No-Fault litigation and fraud (SIU) investigations. He also defends clients in cases involving property damage and general liability litigation. The identification and investigation of fraudulent claims represents a significant portion of Paul’s practice. However, he also has significant experience in the areas of commercial finance, asset-based finance, governmental lobbying, intellectual property, premises liability and complex business litigation.
Paul has litigated actions in courts throughout the State of Florida, and regularly provides guidance and support to his insurance clients regarding unique coverage and liability issues. He is experienced in the use of alternative dispute resolution techniques, including mediation and arbitration, as a means of litigation avoidance.
Prior to joining Kubicki Draper, Paul worked at a Boca Raton law firm specializing in commercial finance, asset-based lending, and general corporate matters.
Paul is certified by the State of Florida Department of Financial Services to instruct continuing education courses. He regularly presents courses on a variety of topics to insurance claims professionals and investigators.
- Nova Southeastern University (J.D., 2012)
- Villanova University (B.A., 2007)
- State of Florida, 2012
- U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida, 2013
Certifications / Specialties
- Certified Continuing Education Instructor, State of Florida
Professional Associations and Memberships
- Kubicki Draper PIP / SIU Practice Group, Member
- Florida Bar Association
Obtained multiple voluntary dismissals of lawsuits, where through discovery, it was learned the provider submitted fraudulent billing that included false and misleading statements pursuant to Fla. Stat. 627.736(5)(b)(1)(c).
Obtained multiple voluntary dismissals of lawsuits, where through discovery, it was learned the provider was not compliant with federal and state licensure standards.
Obtained multiple voluntary dismissals of lawsuits where through discovery, it was learned Plaintiff had fraudulently submitted documentation purporting to have an emergency medical condition pursuant to Fla. Stat. 627.736(1)(a)(3)
Secured a victory on behalf of the defendant insurer before Judge Robert W. Lee of the 17th Judicial Circuit in a Personal Injury Protection (PIP) case involving the contractual interpretation and coverage of the subject insurance policy. The Order on Defendant’s Motion for Entitlement to Fees and Costs executed by Judge Robert W. Lee on December 4, 2014 requires the Plaintiff and its attorney to pay for defendant insurer’s legal fees and costs pursuant to Fla. Stat. 57.105.
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