ABOUT Araly Herrera

Trial Lawyer


Ms. Herrera has become a powerful advocate for victims’ rights and within the Hispanic community in catastrophic personal injury cases, medical malpractice, automobile, trucking and wrongful death cases. She is also passionately committed to protecting the legal rights of individuals, entrepreneurs and corporations. Her expertise in business, finance and law makes her a multi-dimensional advocate in all aspects of litigation.  She is widely respected for her legal skills, effectiveness and relentless work ethic. Ms. Herrera’s commitment, experience and education anchor the growing personal injury and commercial litigation sector of the firm.

Leadership, Membership & Honors

  • Fellow of the Litigation Counsel of America
  • Serves on the Board of Directors of the University of Miami Alumni Association
  • Former Vice Chair of Grievance Committee 11 “M” of the Florida Bar
  • Former director of the Cuban American Bar Association
  • Former member of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers
  • Member of the Federal Trial Bar
  • Member of the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers
  • Member of the Florida Justice Association
  • Member of the American Association for Justice
  • Member of the Cuban American Bar Association
  • Member of the Florida Association for Women Lawyers
  • Member of the Hispanic National Bar Association
  • Member of the Dade County Bar Association
  • Member of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America

Ms. Herrera has demonstrated her dedication and commitment while working her way through college and receiving honors.  It is precisely these strong set of skills that she brings to every client and case and which create exemplary results for clients.

There is simply no substitute for the exceptional individual attention that this team brings to every client and every case.

Areas of Expertise

Ms. Herrera earned her bachelor’s degree in business administration and finance from Florida International University School of Business in 1994.  Ms. Herrera earned her Juris Doctorate, cum laude, from the University Of Miami School Of Law in 1997.  During law school, Ms. Herrera was a member and published in the Entertainment and Sports Law Review.  She was also inducted as a member of the Spellman-Hoeveler American Inns of Court.  After her first year in law school, Ms. Herrera was selected to complete an internship in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida with the Honorable Magistrate Linnea R. Johnson.  She further distinguished herself in law school by receiving the Trial Advocacy Scholarship Award.