Born and raised in Miami, Florida, Andrew earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Texas in Austin, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. He then worked for a prominent, Miami accounting firm, before deciding to go back to school to study his passion, the law. Andrew went on to study law at Florida International University’s College of Law in Miami, Florida. While in law school, Andrew had the tremendous opportunity of serving as a clerk for the Chief Judge at the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Criminal Court, the Honorable Stanford Blake. Accordingly, his dedication to the practice of law continues to thrive, thanks in part, to having served under the tutelage of such a talented legal mind in Judge Blake.
After graduating from law school, Andrew has practiced in state and federal courts throughout Florida. Andrew was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2011, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida in 2012, and the United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida in 2016. Before joining Lipcon, Magulies, Alsina & Winkleman, P.A., Andrew spent 9 years as a litigation attorney for a major defense firm in Florida. He primarily practiced handling complex, toxic tort cases and automotive negligence matters. Andrew is excited to now reverse his role, and prosecute claims on behalf of individuals and families suffering from injuries resulting from unfortunate incidents/accidents, and holding the responsible individuals and corporations accountable for their negligence.
In addition to law, Andrew enjoys serving his community as a volunteer and through various charitable contributions. For the past three years, he participated in Zo’s Hoop-Law Madness, raising critical funds for the Overtown Youth Center. He is also dedicated to the cause, God’s Love We Deliver, which provides nutrition therapy to people living with severe illness. Andrew is a sports enthusiast and enjoys spending time with his friends and family.