Jason Neufeld (Street Articles Author)

Jason Neufeld earned his Bachelor’s of Arts degree from Emory University and obtained his Juris Doctorate and Masters of Business Administration (JD / MBA) degrees from the University of Miami.

Jason now works at Neufeld, Kleinberg & Pinkiert, PA, a law firm that exclusively handles all types of complex of personal injury cases (as well as some simple ones).

Prior to joining the firm, Jason worked as corporate counsel for the largest marina and office-building real-estate developer in the State of Florida, As corporate counsel, Jason learned the art of the deal while assisting in multi-million dollar acquisitions and regularly negotiating with various government agencies, municipalities, and opposing counsel. Jason has also clerked for Judge Shahood in the Fourth District Court of Appeal.

Jason was honored with a proclamation ("Jason Neufeld Day") from North Miami Beach Mayor Rabin in 2007 for his civic activism. In 2012 he was named one of Florida Trend Magazine's "Legal Elite - Up and Comers."

Jason on the Board of Directors for 2-1-1 Broward (2011-present), a non-profit organization that connects the residents of Broward County to one or more of the 3000 potential programs and services that can offer relevant help or support with the caller's specific need. He is also an advisory board member of the Kindness and Caring Foundation of Florida.

Jason is the treasurer of the North Dade Bar Association, Florida Justice Association, Emerge Broward, and the North Miami Beach Chamber of Commerce.

While in law school, Jason was an award-winning member of UM's Moot-Court Board.

Texting While Driving: An Aventura Personal Injury Attorney's Warning
Talking on a cell phone is becoming a well-known distraction to drivers, significantly increasing the chance of accidents (it has been scientifically compared to drinking-while-driving). Some states have made it illegal to use cell phones while driving, but Florida lawmakers have refrained from taking that step. Yet, as an Aventura…
By:  in  Legal  >  Personal Injury   Sep 08, 2012  
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From A Miami Motor Vehicle Accident Attorney - Can A Minor Car Accident Result In Serious Soft - tissue Injuries?
Today, I want to discuss two (out of many) types of soft-tissue injuries that may result from a low-impact car accident: sprains and strains and closed-head brain injuries. The latter sounds much more serious than the former. But both can result in a dramatically lower quality of life for the…
By:  in  Legal  >  Personal Injury   Jun 25, 2012  
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