Freddy Rubio is a partner at Rubio Law Firm. He focuses his practice on the areas of personal injury, wrongful death, products liability and medical negligence. Freddy also represents Latino-owned businesses and his practice includes criminal defense and immigration issues. He has been instrumental in assisting other lawyers who seek to understand the Hispanic culture and work with immigrant clients.
After working for many years with the United States Postal Service, Rubio earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Alabama at Birmingham in Accounting. He worked with Latino-owned business and individuals to assist them with tax issues. Later he attended Cumberland Law School, where he co-founded the Hispanic-Interest Law Student Association (HILSA), was part of the National Trial Team and earned the Rasmussen Award for best advocate of the year. While still in law school and working as an assistant District Attorney for Montgomery County, Rubio successfully tried his first jury trial.
Upon graduation, Freddy worked with one of Birmingham’s premier plaintiffs law firms and on March of 2009 he founded the Rubio Law Firm, P.C. As a solo practitioner, he focuses his marketing to the Spanish-speaking community in Alabama. Freddy works hard to ensures that his Hispanic clients have the same access to justice as the community at large. Due to his experience working with immigrants in the civil litigation area, Freddy is regarded as a preeminent authority on the intersection of civil litigation and immigration issues.
Originally from Puerto Rico, Freddy has been in Alabama since 1991. He also spent three years in Pittsburgh, PA, which turned him into a Steelers fan. He has yet to declare an affiliation to either Alabama or Auburn!