Floyd Howard IIIAssociate
Floyd Howard III focuses his practice on insurance defense and no-fault insurance fraud issues. He identifies suspect and fraudulent claims submitted to insurers and litigates on behalf of these insurers. Floyd’s practice has him appearing regularly at arbitrations and in Civil Court.
An associate in Rivkin Radler’s Insurance Fraud Practice Group, Floyd graduated from Hofstra Law School, where he was an Executive Research Editor for the Family Court Review, Vol. 54. During law school, Floyd interned under Judge Anthony Paradiso of Nassau County Court of New York. Floyd served as a founding member, vice president and, subsequently, president of the Federal Bar Association Student Division at Hofstra. Floyd graduated Hofstra Law School with Business Honors and the Gold Level Public Service award.
Floyd has always worked with others for the betterment of individuals in the community. He was chosen as one of the first Oprah Winfrey Scholars and was chosen to attend Indian Springs School, a prestigious boarding school in Indian Springs, Alabama. While an undergraduate at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee, he was the center of a public demonstration and prolonged struggle in an attempt to change an outdated and insensitive policy towards individuals with disabilities. Floyd uses these and many more life experiences to further his work and contend with no-fault insurance fraud.
926 RXR Plaza
Uniondale, NY 11556-0926
Maurice A. Deane School of Law at Hofstra University, Juris Doctor
Rhodes College, B.A.