About Us
About Us

About Us


Attorney Matthew Quattrochi is the Owner and Managing Partner of Quattrochi, Torres, and Taormina.

Attorney Quattrochi attended Barry University – Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law in Orlando, Florida.  Attorney Quattrochi is a Connecticut native growing up in an around New York City.  His legal career began in New York City as a Corporate Paralegal specializing in large-scale financial transactions.

During Law School, Attorney Quattrochi worked as a Personal Injury Paralegal, handling pre-litigation case management duties for a local Personal Injury law firm.  As a paralegal, he created and managed the Personal Injury Protection (“PIP”) department.  Upon graduation, Attorney Quattrochi was already well versed in 1st and 3rd party Insurance disputes, having handled Personal Injury and Contractual disputes from intake through trial.  Upon passage of the Florida Bar, Attorney Quattrochi has developed a knack for civil litigation, his focus and passion for justice is corroborated by countless satisfied clients. The Quattrochi, Torres, and Taormina injury and accident law firm in Longwood provides workers compensation and can help you find justice when you get hurt. 

Organizations & Memberships

Attorney Quattrochi serves as the Orlando Chapter Attorney Liaison for the American Constitution Society, a position he has held since 2014. He is also a member of the Young Lawyers Division and the Florida Justice Association. The law firm is dedicated towards helping out clients in Longwood deal with accidents, injuries, and complicated workers compensation laws. 

In 2011, Attorney Quattrochi founded the T.J. Pramer Scholarship Fund with Wilton High School.

He is also an internationally published author on the topic of net neutrality and telecommunications law, published in the City University of Hong Kong’s Journal of Law Tech & Public Policy. Our injury and accident law firm in Longwood has the experience to help you with whatever workers compensation, personal injury, or insurance issues you may have.