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Allison Mattocks

Allison Mattocks

The Injury Firm - Associate Attorney
Telephone: (954) 951-0000
Fax: (954) 951-1000
Email: allison@flinjuryfirm.com

 

Allison E. Mattocks is an associate attorney handling primarily personal injury cases for the firm.

Allison worked as a full-time paralegal for the The Injury Firm since its inception, having worked alongside Attorney Ross Abramowitz, one of the firm’s founding partners, since 2011. With Ross’s blessing and encouragement, Allison moonlighted as a Florida International University College of Law student as part of the evening division.

During law school, Allison participated in the College of Law’s prestigious H.T. Smith Trial Advocacy program under the tutelage of Professor H. Scott Fingerhut. She also worked as a Teaching Assistant for the Legal Skills and Values program, helping fellow students master oral argument skills while fine-tuning her own. Allison graduated cum laude with a CALI book award in election law.

With an ear for languages and a passion for other cultures, Allison completed her undergraduate studies at the diverse University of Miami. She double majored in International Studies and Latin American Studies and the Caribbean, while minoring in both Spanish and Portuguese. Upon graduation in 2008, Allison put her language skills to work, accepting her first job in the legal field at a prominent immigration law firm in Boynton Beach. Clients are often surprised to learn that Allison is also proficient in Haitian Creole.

A South Florida native, Allison is a proud graduate of Dreyfoos High School of the Arts in West Palm Beach where she majored in Visual Arts. In her free time, Allison prioritizes mural painting, freelance digital illustration, and spending quality time with family and friends.

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