Matthew P. Smith
Matthew Patrick Smith is an Associate with Callinan & Smith LLP. He was admitted to the Bar of the State of New Jersey in 2017 and to the New York State Bar in 2020.
His practice includes Personal Injury Protection cases, the defense of motor vehicle negligence claims, insurance coverage disputes suspect/fraudulent insurance claims, and bad faith claims. As a second-year associate, he recently litigated a $250,000.00 Personal Injury Protection case in Middlesex County and achieved a defense verdict after trial. He has also handled over one hundred PIP Arbitrations and taken dozens of depositions.
Prior to Callinan & Smith LLP, Mr. Smith was employed in the Ramsey New Jersey office of Bruno, Gerbino, Soriano & Aitken, LLP where he worked as an associate in the Ramsey, New Jersey office. While in Law School, he interned at both the Luzerne County Pennsylvania District Attorney’s Office and also with the Honorable Nicholas DeRosa, J.S.C. (ret.), Supreme Court, Orange County, New York.
Mr. Smith graduated from Faulkner School of Law in 2017, and was a member of Law Review, was the recipient of a University Presidential full scholarship, and was a Quarter Finalist of Faulkner Moot Court 1L competition.
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