Karl Labertew

Rubenstein Law
200 S. Orange Avenue Suite 2000
Orlando, FL 32801
(321) 319-8574
www.rubensteinlaw.com


Karl is a litigation attorney with Rubenstein Law and practices out of their Orlando office.

Karl specializes in representing personal injury victims, injured through no fault of their own, in litigation matters all over the State of Florida in state and federal courts. His experience includes wrongful death claims, trucking accidents, motor vehicle and pedestrian accidents, premises liability, and negligent security claims.

The legal profession is a second career for Karl, who spent a career in the military as a member of the United States Navy. He began his second career working for insurance companies and knows the tactics used against injured victims. He was a partner in a state-wide insurance defense firm and tried cases all throughout the Florida Panhandle. He has brought those years of experience to the side of those most needing the help, defending the victims’ right to seek compensation from those who caused them harm.

Prior to Rubenstein Law, Karl was a senior litigation attorney at Dan Newlin Injury Attorneys, where represented hundreds of plaintiffs over the past six years, trying multiple trials to verdict in court rooms all over Central Florida. In 2021, Karl was recognized as a Board Certified Civil Trial Specialist by the Florida Bar.

Karl graduated from the University of Rhode Island with a B.A. in Marine Affairs. He completed his J.D. at Loyola University New Orleans. He is a graduate of Baylor University’s Executive LL.M. in Litigation Management Program, the first of its kind in the nation. He is a member of the Orange County Bar Association, the Central Florida Trial Lawyers Association, the Florida Justice Association, the American Association for Justice, and the American Bar Association.

When he is not working in the legal field, he is spending time with his beautiful wife, Keely, and their four children. If there were fewer children, he’d spend more time golfing and fly fishing, but that’s a story for another day.