Gabriel F. Zambrano, a resident of South Florida, has been practicing law in the State of Florida since 1994. Throughout his career, he has handled commercial litigation and insurance defense cases, successfully resolving them through mediation or trial. He holds an esteemed AV rating from the Martindale Hubbell Peer Review Rating system.
With extensive trial experience, Gabriel has taken on complex and severe injury cases, some of which have lasted for over thirty days. In 2011, he was selected as co-counsel for an Engle Tobacco trial, which resulted in one of the largest reported verdicts of that year. Today, he passionately represents personal injury victims and provides assistance to individuals seeking justice. Notably, Gabriel gained national recognition as an early advocate for girls and women who suffered life-altering health complications from the use of Drospirenone (DRSP) birth control pills, trademarked and manufactured by Bayer Healthcare Pharmaceuticals as Yasmin, YAZ, Beyaz & Safyral, which were associated with blood clots, strokes, and heart damage.
Attorney Zambrano attributes his unwavering dedication to victims and their families to his personal experiences as a naturalized American citizen and first-generation American immigrant. He understands the struggles people face in pursuit of the American Dream and empathizes with those whose futures have been derailed by accidents, dangerous drugs, or defective products. Gabriel firmly believes in the power of the civil justice system to provide a potential remedy and hold companies and individuals accountable. He emphasizes the vital role played by trial attorneys and experienced advocates in leveling the playing field against insurance companies, pharmaceutical corporations, and product manufacturers.