Luis E. Martinez, an Associate Attorney at Perez Mayoral, P.A., is a dedicated legal professional specializing in a wide range of legal areas. With a comprehensive understanding of HOA and Condominium disputes, a keen insight into intricacies involving HOA governance, experience navigating arbitration and mediation processes, as well as extensive experience in commercial litigation from case inception to bench trials and supplementary post-judgment proceedings, Luis is a steadfast advocate for his clients.

Luis earned his J.D. degree and a Certificate in Intellectual Property from St. Thomas University College of Law, consistently earning placement on the Dean’s List. During his time in law school, he actively contributed as Secretary and Vice President of the Cuban American Student Bar Association. Luis also attended Florida International University, where he obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science.

Luis’ journey in the legal field extends beyond his formal education, boasting over five years of paralegal experience at prestigious law firms across Florida. He effectively managed a high-volume caseload, assisting clients in various matters, including commercial litigation lawsuits, pre-suit and post-suit personal injury cases, and personal injury protection litigation. This experience provided Luis with a strong foundation and in-depth understanding of the law and helped hone his skills to competently represent clients as an attorney.

As a native of South Florida, Luis intimately understands the distinctive needs and challenges faced by his fellow community members and businesses. This deep connection to the community fuels his unwavering commitment to providing top-notch legal representation.

Beyond his legal practice, Luis is passionate about music, travel, avidly following his favorite sports teams, and spending quality time with friends and family.

Luis is an active member of professional associations such as the Miami-Dade County Trial Lawyers Association and the Cuban American Bar Association. He is admitted to practice law in the state of Florida.