Matthew Grubman focuses on motor vehicle cases at the Firm and has been doing so for the past seven years. Matt’s deep experience in the area has allowed him to handle various complicated legal issues that can arise in motor vehicle cases in Pennsylvania and New Jersey including issues with First Party benefits, Uninsured Motorist Coverage, Underinsured Motorist Coverage, Dram Shop Liability, tort selection, and the Deemer Statute in New Jersey. In addition to motor vehicle cases, he has also handled a variety of premises cases. Matthew prides himself in getting to know his clients and providing his clients with individual attention. He has served as both first chair and second chair at trial.
Matthew has published an article on the effectiveness of liability waivers entitled “When Will a Liability Waiver Prevent Recovery.”
When he is not busy at work, Matthew tries to spend as much time as possible with his wife, Teruyo, and long-term foster son, Daniel.
- Pennsylvania, 2011
- New Jersey, 2016
- United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, 2016
- Temple Law School, J.D., 2011
- University of Delaware, B.S., 2006
- Honors’ Program
- Pennsylvania Trial Lawyers
- Pennsylvania Bar Association
- Philadelphia Bar Foundation.
Honors & Awards
Torts: Best Paper, 2008
Prior Work Experience
During law school, Matthew worked for Community Legal Aid Society in Wilmington, Delaware, and for Temple Legal Aid Office’s Family Law and Social Security clinic. At these jobs, he worked directly with clients to aid them in obtaining government benefits.