Victor Sanabria focuses his practice on commercial litigation, general aviation litigation, and casualty litigation in state and federal courts.
The aviation industry is subject to federal regulation and impacted by numerous international treaties and conventions. Victor helps aviation industry clients navigate compliance issues involving such regulations, treaties, and conventions and consults with clients on the interpretation of treaties and conventions which may impact potential or pending litigation.
Victor has experience representing owners, developers, contractors, design professionals, and other construction industry clients in multi-million dollar construction lien and defect claims involving condominium and commercial projects. He also has experience representing clients in actions involving business torts and real estate related disputes, including but not limited to actions involving breach of contract, disputes concerning title to real property, landlord-tenant disputes, commercial evictions, and various types of foreclosure actions.
Victor graduated with honors from the University of Florida Levin College of Law, where he served as an Articles Editor for the Florida Law Review. While in law school, Victor earned Dean’s List honors every semester and served as a teaching assistant for multiple courses. Victor also earned a graduate degree in real estate from the University of Florida Hough Graduate School of Business.
Prior to joining Rumberger, Kirk & Caldwell, Victor practiced commercial litigation at a premier Florida law firm with a concentration on construction litigation, business torts, and community association representation.