Erik Perez, a co-founder and shareholder of Perez Mayoral, P.A., is a seasoned trial attorney with a focus on HOA, Condominium, Business, and Insurance Litigation. Drawing from his extensive background in representing homeowners’ associations (HOA) and condominium associations, as well as his significant experience in business and insurance litigation, he brings a distinctive perspective to his practice. This unique understanding equips him to effectively represent homeowners in disputes with associations, businesses in complex litigations, and clients navigating the often challenging landscape of insurance disputes.

Specializing in federal and state civil litigation, Mr. Perez’s focus encompasses complex commercial litigation, HOA and condominium disputes, and property damage cases. Mr. Perez has successfully represented a diverse clientele, including homeowners, businesses, developers, contractors, small business owners, publicly traded technology companies, insurance carriers, and individuals who have incurred injuries due to various incidents. Having represented both plaintiffs and defendants in HOA and condominium disputes, complex commercial cases, property damage claims, and injury litigation, he brings a unique and advantageous perspective to his current practice areas.

Before co-founding Perez Mayoral, P.A., Erik Perez garnered extensive legal expertise at several distinguished law firms in Florida. His roles at some of the state’s premier insurance defense firms involved the successful defense of multimilliondollar liability cases. During this time, Mr. Perez adeptly managed the full breadth of litigation and arbitration proceedings, encompassing trials, final hearings, summary judgment proceedings, and mediations. Simultaneously, he gained a profound understanding of HOA and condominium law through years of representing HOAs and Condominium Associations. This comprehensive experience now serves as the foundation for his work in protecting homeowners’ rights. Mr. Perez’s calculated transition from representing associations to championing homeowners equips him with an insider’s perspective, providing a strategic advantage to his clients. This distinctive perspective enables the development of astute and highly effective legal strategies in HOA, Condominium, Business, and Insurance Litigation.

Mr. Perez graduated with multiple honors from the University of Miami’s School of Law and earned his Bachelor’s degree in Business with magna cum laude honors from Florida International University. He is also a licensed Florida real estate agent, with experience in representing both buyers and sellers in a variety of real estate transactions.

Mr. Perez holds memberships in the Miami-Dade County Trial Lawyers Association, Miami-Dade County Bar Association, Cuban American Bar Association, and Hispanic American National Bar Association. He also served as an Executive Committeeman within the 24th precinct in Miami-Dade County.

Committed to excellent client service, Mr. Perez exhausts all available resources to secure the best possible outcomes for his clients. His philanthropic endeavors reflect his dedication to the underrepresented and underprivileged in his community. His comprehensive experience and unwavering commitment to his clients distinguish him within the legal field and make him an integral part of Perez Mayoral, P.A.

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1800 Injured Coral Gables Personal Injury Badge
  • Third DCA Disqualifies Miami Judge
Reported Cases

  • Close v. Universal Prop. & Cas. Ins. Co., 2023 Fla. Cir. LEXIS 3477: Following a successful jury trial, Perez Mayoral, P.A. secured a favorable final judgment in the Circuit Court of the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit, Palm Beach County, awarding $195,608.32 in attorney’s fees and costs.
  • Universal Prop. & Cas. Ins. Co. v. Close, 376 So. 3d 14 (Fla. 4th DCA 2023): Perez Mayoral, P.A. successfully upheld a $195,608.32 attorney’s fee award in the Fourth District Court of Appeal, affirming the trial court’s determination of reasonable hours and rates under the lodestar method in an insurance dispute case.
  • Gratz v. 1750 James Condo. Ass’n, Inc., No. 3D24-0420, 2024 Fla. App. LEXIS 3366 (3d DCA May 1, 2024): Perez Mayoral, P.A. successfully obtained a writ of prohibition from the Third District Court of Appeal, resulting in the disqualification of the trial judge due to apparent partiality in a lawsuit between a homeowner and their condominium association. This significant appellate achievement was detailed in the Daily Business Review.