Matthew B. Wasserman is a South Florida native who has spent his entire legal career representing accident victims and their families. Matthew brings to the Clark Fountain team years of litigation experience acquired through representing individuals across the state of Florida who have suffered catastrophic injuries. Prior to joining Clark Fountain, Matthew was an attorney at a boutique law firm in Palm Beach County focusing on a wide range of personal injury and commercial litigation matters.
Matthew is an adept litigator and negotiator who handles personal injury and wrongful death cases, including claims on behalf of victims of automobile accidents, defective products, and other matters that result in severe physical and emotional injuries. In addition to being a zealous advocate for his clients, Matthew believes it is equally as important to be an advisor and counselor for his clients during the difficulties and vulnerabilities of litigation. He has successfully litigated against some of the nation’s major insurance companies, securing maximum results for his clients.
Matthew graduated with honors from Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad College of Law. While in law school, Matthew focused on cultivating both oral and written advocacy skills as a member of the school’s national trial team and Journal for International and Comparative Law. Since becoming an attorney, Matthew has been invited back by NSU Law to serve as a guest lecturer in the areas of trial advocacy and legal ethics. Through the university, he also coaches law students preparing for the essay portion of the Florida Bar Exam.
- J.D., cum laude, Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad College of Law”
- "B.S., University of Central Florida”
Since becoming an attorney, Matthew has been invited back by NSU Law to serve as a guest lecturer in the areas of trial advocacy and legal ethics. Through the university, he also coaches law students preparing for the essay portion of the Florida Bar Exam.