Miami trial lawyer Alex Reboso voted Best Lawyers' "Lawyer of Year"

All four Rossman Baumberger Reboso & Spier partners named "Best Lawyers." Reboso wins "Lawyer of Year" honor for second time in four years

MIAMI - Sept. 12, 2019 - PRLog -- Manuel "Alex" Reboso, managing partner of the Miami plaintiff's trial law firm Rossman, Baumberger, Reboso & Spier, has been named "Lawyer of the Year" for 2020 by the publication Best Lawyers. It is Mr. Reboso's second such honor in four years.

Mr. Reboso, who lives in Kendall, received the honor, through a vote of his peers, in the category Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs, within Greater Miami's legal community.  In 2016, Mr. Reboso was named 2017 Lawyer of the Year for Product Liability Litigation – Plaintiffs. In 2017, Co-Founding Partner Stephen F. "Steve" Rossman, former president of the Florida Justice Association and Easter Seals national chair, was selected 2018 Lawyer of the Year for Personal Injury Litigation – Plaintiffs.

All four partners were named to the 2020 Edition of The Best Lawyers in America©, a highly regarded peer-review evaluation and source for "Best Lawyer," "Best Law Firm," and "Lawyer of the Year" designations. In addition to Rossman and Reboso, the firm's roster includes Charles H. "Chuck" Baumberger, co-founding partner and former national president of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), and partner and railroad lawyer Howard A. Spier, former president of the Academy of Rail Labor Attorneys (ARLA).

"Our firm has worked as a closely-knit team for 45 years and we have not swerved from our goal to deliver justice with commitment, diligence, and integrity," said Mr. Reboso, managing partner. Like the other partners, Mr. Reboso has been active in the profession and community, as past president of the Miami Dade Trial Lawyers Association and of the Miami Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA).

For the sixth straight year, the seven-lawyer firm is currently listed as a Tier 1 "Best Law Firm" by U.S. News and World Report for the Greater Miami area in three categories: Medical Malpractice Law - Plaintiffs; Personal Injury Litigation - Plaintiffs and Product Liability Litigation - Plaintiffs.

Steve Rossman is listed in the categories:

Medical Malpractice Law - PlaintiffsPersonal Injury Litigation - PlaintiffsProduct Liability Litigation - PlaintiffsChuck Baumberger is listed in the categories:
Medical Malpractice Law - PlaintiffsPersonal Injury Litigation - Plaintiffs
Managing Partner Alex Reboso is listed in the categories:
Medical Malpractice Law - PlaintiffsPersonal Injury Litigation - PlaintiffsProduct Liability Litigation – PlaintiffsPartner Howard A. Spier is listed in the category of Railroad Law.

Founding in 1974, Rossman Baumberger represents the catastrophically injured and their families throughout Florida and the Southeast. Learn more at www.rbrlaw.com.

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