Gabriel Isasi V has a passion for justice that is deeply rooted in his love of community and a strong heritage of Cuban American work ethic.
Gabriel Isasi V concentrates his practice in the areas of personal Injury and wrongful death claims stemming from automobile, motorcycle, bicycle and trucking accidents, medical malpractice, premises liability matters, as well as property damage disputes.
Mr. Isasi is a Palm Beach County native and is a proud graduate of Cardinal Newman High School. He is also a proud graduate of the Florida State University, College of Business and Real Estate. Gabriel was also a member of The Kappa Alpha Order fraternity where he was philanthropy chairman. Mr. Isasi went on to receive his Juris Doctor from St. Thomas University School of Law, where he was president of the law school Student Bar Association and vice president of a nationally ranked mock trial team, where he was recognized as one of the best and most natural advocates his school had to offer. This diverse education in the fields of finance, real estate, and law allows Mr. Isasi to provide a broad spectrum of knowledge for his clients’ counseling needs.
Mr. Isasi’s true passion can be found in his deep roots within the community. This stems from his family’s extensive history of business and community involvement in the Palm Beaches dating back three generations. This involvement has a particular emphasis in the Cuban American expatriate community, and he takes great pride to never forget where his family came from. Fluent in both English and Spanish, Gabriel is adamant that the rights of each citizen should be protected, regardless of any language barrier.
He is an active member of the Chamber of Commerce of the Palm Beaches, Young Professionals of the Palm Beaches, and can always be found patronizing local restaurants, shops, and businesses. This passion is a major reason why Mr. Isasi joined Lytal, Reiter, Smith, Ivey, & Fronrath, to share that mutual desire for helping the community.
Mr. Isasi enjoys deep-sea fishing, hunting, and watching his beloved Florida State Seminoles. He is a strong believer in the conservation and a member in good standing in many of these organizations. He is a member of the Cardinal Newman Crusader Club and the Florida State University ProfessiNOLE mentorship program where he mentors young Florida State University students who wish to go to law school.