Armando focuses his practice in the areas of residential or commercial property claims (first-party or third-party), construction litigation, personal injury, automobile negligence, motorcycle accidents, cyclist accidents, trucking accidents, catastrophic damages, traumatic brain injuries, wrongful death, injuries or deaths involving minor children, premise liability, negligent security, dram shop, product liability, warranty, consumer actions, medical malpractice, commercial litigation, professional negligence, admiralty, other general civil litigation matters, and civil appeals.



Armando G. Hernandez is the founder and managing partner of The Law Offices of Armando G. Hernandez.  The Law Offices of Armando G. Hernandez is a 100% minority owned law firm.

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Armando has extensive trial experience in multi-million dollar exposure cases in state and federal courts nationwide, including Florida, Georgia, California, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Texas and several other jurisdictions. He has also successfully handled appeals in state and federal courts.



As a result of his unparalleled work ethic and proven results, Armando has been recognized as a Daily Business Review’s Most Effective Lawyer (Product Liability Finalist), Top 40 Under 40 in South Florida, Florida Super Lawyers Rising Star, Florida Legal Elite Up & Comer, HYPE Go Getter Award Finalist, amongst other accolades.


Our extensive experience in multiple practice areas such as personal injury, property claims, construction litigation, and commercial litigation, allows us to maximize your recovery and deliver results.


St. Thomas University School of Law – J.D., magna cum laude (2010)
Executive Editor, St. Thomas Law Review (2008–2010)
St. Thomas Moot Court Team: Executive Board Member
Semi-finalist in John J. Gibbons National Moot Court Competition
Moot Court Best Oralist Award (2008)
Active Learning Instructor for Civil Procedure (2008–2010)
Student Instructor of the Year Award (2009)
Recipient of the Judge Henry-Leyte Vidal
Scholarship for Oral Advocacy
Dean’s List (2007–2010)
Outstanding Writing Competition Award Recipient
Dean’s Merit Scholar
Florida International University – B.A., Philosophy (2006)

Northern District of Florida
Middle District of Florida
Southern District of Florida
Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals

AV Rated by Martindale-Hubbell (2017)
Excellence in Professionalism Award by the Eleventh Judicial Circuit Professionalism Committee (2017)
Daily Business Review’s Most Effective Lawyer – Products Liability Finalist (2015, 2011)
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation’s Top 40 Under 40 Outstanding Lawyers of South Florida (2015)
Florida Super Lawyers Rising Star (2015-2018)
Florida Legal Elite Up & Comer (2014-2016)
HYPE Go Getter Award Finalist (2015-2016)

“Game-Changer: Closely Watched Case Could Change Florida’s Evidence Rules,” Daily Business Review (Aug. 22, 2017)
“U.S. Supreme Court Draws the Line: Invalidates $2.7 Million Dollar Discovery Sanction Against Manufacturer,” J.D. Supra (May 2, 2017)
“Hold Your Horse & Carriage: Daubert Hasn’t Gone Anywhere Yet,” Daily Business Review (Feb. 22, 2017)
“What’s Good for Business? Outside Counsel Who Embrace Professionalism, Civility,” Board of Contributors, Daily Business Review (Dec. 6, 2016)
“Overcoming the Daubert Standard: A Survival Road Map for Litigators” Live Webcast (Nov. 2016)
“Why The Florida Supreme Court Shouldn’t Undo Daubert,” Law360 (July 8, 2016)
Professionalism and Civility in the Eleventh Judicial Circuit: A Discussion with the Bench and Bar, 5th Annual Bench & Bar Conference (Feb. 26, 2016)
A Judicial Focus: The Eleventh Judicial Circuit’s Third Annual Professionalism and Civility Action Summit, Dade County Bar Association Bulletin (Nov. 2015)
Product Liability Practice Focus: “Supreme Court Evaluates Consumer Expectations Test in Strict Liability Claims,” Board of Contributors, Daily Business Review (Nov. 17, 2015)
“Florida’s Daubert Jurisprudence Gradually Continues to Evolve: First District Decision Emphasizes Timeliness of Daubert Motions & Other Nuances,” Mondaq (June 24, 2015)
Product Liability Practice Focus: Jury Instructions Changed for Product Liability Cases, Board of Contributors, Daily Business Review (Apr.21, 2015)
Civility, Professionalism and Effective Legal Writing, Legal Writing Course Seminar, St. Thomas University School of Law (2012-present)
Practicing with Professionalism, St. Thomas University School of Law Annual Orientation
Guest Speaker for Miami-Dade Commission on Ethics and Public Trust’s Ethical Governance Day (2011-present)
“A Progress Report on Florida’s Transition to Daubert,” American Bar Association’s Products Liability Fall Newsletter (2013)
“Offer to Triumph Passengers Likely to Keep Suits at Bay,” Daily Business Review (Feb. 27, 2013)
• “What Lies Ahead as Florida Transitions to Daubert,” DCBA Bulletin & Mondaq (June 13, 2013)
“Eleventh Circuit Holds That Manufacturers/Distributors That Do Not Market or Advertise Through Predominantly Hispanic Media Outlets Have No Duty to Warn in Spanish,” Mondaq (July 11, 2012)
“Weeks v. United States,” “Terry v. Ohio,” and “Confessions” in The Social History of Crime and Punishment in America published by SAGE Publications, Inc. (2012)
“Lucy v. Adams,” in the Sage Encyclopedia of African-American Education published by SAGE Publications, Inc. (2010)
“The Head-On Collision of Gasperini and the Derailment of Erie: Exposing the Futility of the Accommodation Doctrine,” 44 Creighton L. Rev. 191 (2010)

University of Miami (Adjunct Professor)
Peter T. Fay Inns of Court (President)
Professionalism Panel for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit (Chair)
The American Association for Justice
Federal Bar Association
Dade County Bar Association
Cuban American Bar Association
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (Board Member)
Legal Services of Greater Miami, Inc. Pro Bono Clinic
Venture Law Project (Board member)
Amigos for Kids
Leukemia Research Foundation