Reinaldo Camacho Padron is an attorney in the litigation practice group at Colodny Fass, where he focuses on first-party property insurance defense litigation. He began his career at a Miami law firm working with corporate clients on matters regarding professional malpractice, commercial litigation, and condominium law.
Mr. Camacho Padron earned his Juris Doctorate from the Florida International University College of Law, and his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and Government from Hamilton College in Clinton, New York, where he was a recipient of the Posse Foundation Leadership Scholarship. During law school, he was a Senior Editor for the World Mediation and Arbitration Review and was a member of the FIU Board of Appellate Advocates, where he served as Vice President of External Affairs and competed in the Federal Bar Association Thurgood Marshall Memorial Moot Court Competition.
Mr. Camacho Padron was born and raised in South Florida, is fluent in Spanish, and enjoys running.