I am a firm believer in resolving disputes outside the courtroom so I advocate for mediation whenever it is appropriate especially if I believe that clients can get a better and more satisfactory outcome through it.
Daytona Beach, FL (PRWEB) February 07, 2014
Daytona Beach lawyer Matthew Romanik has been helping plaintiffs since 1995. His robust practice in Florida now allows him to assist clients with a wide range of legal disputes involving premise liability, social security disability, civil suits, workers’ compensation and family law. He is taking his career another step forward by joining Mediation.com
“I have always used my education and experience as a lawyer to represent clients who need someone to equalize the playing field,” said Matthew. “I am also a firm believer in resolving disputes outside the courtroom so I advocate for mediation whenever it is appropriate especially if I believe that clients can get a better and more satisfactory outcome through it.”
Matthew is a Board Certified Workers’ Compensation attorney and previously served as an associate at the Law Office of Fred Morello and as a partner at the office of Johnson, Gilbert & Romanik prior to launching his own firm with partner Aaron Delgado. He has assisted in hundreds of administrative adjudications and has worked with more than fifty contested trials on behalf of his clients. He holds bar admissions in Florida and in the U.S. District Court Middle District of Florida.
After receiving his Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Florida, Matthew obtained his Juris Doctor from its College of Law. He is active and committed to his community, where he serves as the Chair of the Historic Preservation Board of the City of Daytona Beach, the Vice Chair of the Halifax Heritage Byway and Trails CAG, Vice President of the Florida Chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association, and Treasurer of the Halifax Historical Society. He is also a member of the Florida Justice Association, the Volusia County Bar Association, and the Florida Bar Association.