Hands-On Case Management
At the Rebein Brothers, PA, we are driven by a single guiding principle: Our injured clients deserve personal representation and communication at every step of a personal injury case. We believe in hands-on case management – your injury case will not be turned over to a case manager or paralegal who has little to no legal knowledge or experience, but will be handled personally by our Tampa injury attorneys, from start to finish.
Attorney Paul Rebein is a personal injury lawyer who specializes in car accidents, slip and falls and wrongful death cases. Paul has successfully resolved over 3,000 injury cases in his career. Paul is a passionate advocate for his clients and has obtained several verdicts and settlements in excess of a million dollars.
Throughout his legal career, Paul has fought for civil rights. He has handled numerous high-profile cases involving police brutality and failure to provide medical treatment to individuals confined in county jails and prisons. He took one of his cases all the way to the United States Supreme Court.
Melody June Manning is a Florida native and a skilled trial lawyer with experience defending individuals and large corporations in personal injury and wrongful death cases.
Melody attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Law, graduating second in her class. She went on to pass the Bar exam in 2008 with the second highest score. Melody gained invaluable experience working for two personal injury law firms during her college career. She joined Rebein Brothers Law Firm in 2013 and is admitted to practice before the state courts of Florida and the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida.
Attorney Nicole Seeley attended The University of Florida for her undergraduate studies. Thereafter, she attended Barry University School of Law, where she was actively involved in The Women Lawyers Association, serving as its Vice President. During law school, Ms. Seeley worked as a law clerk for a local Orlando firm, gaining valuable insight into several areas of law, including bankruptcy law. Since being admitted to practice in the State of Florida, Ms. Seeley has represented Plaintiffs in their personal injury cases as well as Defendants in the medical malpractice arena. Ms. Seeley is committed to fighting for her injured clients and getting them the compensation they deserve. Outside of the law, Ms. Seeley is an avid Florida Gator fan and enjoys spending time with her husband and her three year-old son.