Michael Mayoral is a shareholder and founder of Perez Mayoral, P.A. His practice focuses on multiple areas of civil litigation, including negligent security, homeowner's insurance claims, personal injury, business law, and real estate transactions.
Michael has worked on several high stakes matters in state and federal court throughout the Southeastern United States. As a civil litigator, Michael served as counsel in many insurance claim related matters and injury-related cases, including car and trucking accidents, slip-and-falls, negligent security, and toxic torts. He recently led the representation of a large number of plaintiffs who developed leukemia and other blood-related cancers subsequent to working as part of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill clean-up response. He has handled negligent security cases involving shootings resulting in catastrophic injuries and paralysis.
Michael has experience in representing the interests of people and businesses in state and federal court. He previously served as counsel for a publicly-listed real estate investment trust, where he handled the company’s landlord-tenant related litigation. He has also represented apartment buildings, home-owner’s associations, and property management companies throughout the state of Florida.
Michael has a strong passion for legal advocacy, especially when he has the opportunity to represent disadvantaged members of the community. Throughout his career, Michael has maintained a passion for criminal defense. He has successfully represented clients in cases involving attempted murder, armed cocaine trafficking, cargo theft, drug trafficking, shootings, and insurance fraud. He has taken cases to trial involving most any crime and obtained acquittals in the great majority of those cases. He has also litigated Florida’s Stand Your Ground law in state court several times and has served on law school panels on the subject.