Alexandra M. Taboada earned her J.D. from the University Of Florida Levin College Of Law. While at UF, Ms. Taboada participated in the Entertainment Law Review, Civil Rights Restoration program, Black and Hispanic Law Student Associations and a Minority Mentorship Program for First Generation College Students interested in pursuing a legal career. Ms. Taboada worked as a Midday Radio Personality for an Arbitron Rated Radio Station while in law school and also served as an entertainment correspondent for the Gainesville CW.
Ms. Taboada earned her B.S.in Telecommunications/News from the University of Florida where she was an anchor for WUFT News 5 and a member of Florida Cicerones and the University of Florida New Student Orientation Program. While obtaining her undergraduate degree, Ms. Taboada worked as a Claims Service Representative for Nationwide Insurance Company handling intake of automobile and homeowner’s insurance claims.
After law school, Ms. Taboada became an Assistant State Attorney for the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit in Palm Beach County. While with the State Attorney’s Office, she litigated numerous misdemeanor and felony cases including prosecution of crimes involving domestic violence from intake to verdict. While in County Court she handled recidivist DUI cases and served as a County Court Division Chief.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Taboada worked for a Civil Defense firm handling cases involving automobile negligence, premises liability, and PIP Litigation. Ms. Taboada is a member of the Spellman-Hoeveler Chapter of the American Inns of Court.
Ms. Taboada focuses her practice on General Liability, Medical Malpractice, PIP Litigation, and SIU/Insurance Fraud Litigation.