Erika Cordovi focuses her practice on first party property, third party automobile and personal injury protection, including examinations under oath, and the investigation of fraudulent insurance claims.
Erika is originally from South Florida and is a first-generation American. Erika went to Nova Southeastern University for her undergraduate work and received her Bachelor’s in Legal Studies. Erika obtained her law degree from St. Thomas University School of Law, where she graduated with distinction, cum lade. During her time in law school, Erika was President of the International Moot Court, where she had the opportunity to participate in the Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition, the largest moot court competition in the world.
Prior to joining the firm, Erika handled first party property claims for a regional firm. Before becoming an attorney, she worked for the City of Hialeah Parks and Recreation Department as an Aquatics Manager where she managed and developed programming for her hometown. As the Aquatics Manager, she advocated for water safety and access to swim lessons for populations at high risk of drowning and assisted the city in authoring grant proposals for funding from the American Red Cross, Autism Speaks, and USA Triathlon.
Erika also found time to volunteer for Relevo Por La Vida Hialeah and Hialeah Gardens, the only Spanish Relay for Life Event where she served as a Team Ambassador and Logistics Lead for the event.