Daniel W. Raab, P.A. has been serving South Florida for over 20 years. The firm has provided a wide range of legal services for commercial enterprises including but not limited to steamship companies, insurance companies, logistics companies, freight forwarders, truckers, exporters, and importers. In addition to having a wide range of knowledge in the admiralty and transportation areas, Daniel Raab handles business related issues including profit and nonprofit corporations, overtime wage claims, liens, and commercial litigation.

AV Peer Review Rated by Martindale-Hubbell and Listed in AM Best’s Guide to Insurance Attorneys Practice Areas: General Civil Litigation in all Courts; Transportation; Admiralty; Personal Injury Defense; Insurance; Review of Insurance Policies; Commercial Law; Business Law; Cargo Claims

Admitted: 1978, Florida; 1979, U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida; 1979 U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida; 1981 U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit; 1990 U.S. Supreme Court

Law School: University of Miami, J.D., 1978

College: The Johns Hopkins University, B.A., with Honors, 1975

Member: The Florida Bar; Southeast Admiralty Law Institute; Maritime Law Association of the United States (Proctor Status); Transportation Lawyers Association and the Coral Gables Bar Association.

Biography: Adjunct Professor, Insurance Law, St. Thomas University School of Law, 1997-1999. Adjunct Professor, Insurance Law & Policy, Transportation Law, University of Miami School of Law, 2007-2010. Adjunct Professor, Insurance Law, Florida International University College of Law, 2008.  Adjunct Professor of Law at Florida Coastal School of Law from 2014 to the present in the Transportation and Logistics LLM program.  Florida. Author Shippers Case Notes, Florida Shipper Magazine. Author of Transportation Terms and Conditions published by Claitor’s Publishing, Commentator on Transportation Law for LexisNexis, Contributing Author, Goods In Transit, Chapter 47 of the New Appleman Practice Law Guide, and Chapter 5 of the Benedict on Admiralty Desk Reference Book. 

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