Hermis D. Bofill focuses her practice in the areas of civil litigation including commercial and residential property insurance claims, community association law, and landlord tenant law. Prior to joining the firm as an associate, Mrs. Bofill began her legal career at the firm as a law clerk, working primarily on homeowners’ insurance cases.
Mrs. Bofill’s years of experience in the field of property and casualty insurance litigation and pre-suit adjusting of claims has equipped her to lead the firm’s Property Insurance Litigation Department. She has resolved hundreds of residential and commercial insurance claims and has recovered millions of dollars for insureds. Mrs. Bofill has been a member of the Florida Association of Public Insurance Adjuster’s for numerous years and has had the distinct honor of presenting at various conventions on the many aspects of claims handling.
Prior to joining the firm, Mrs. Bofill gained valuable experience in the courtroom as she had the privilege to intern for County Judge Sheldon Schwartz. She also served as a Certified Legal Intern for the Appellate Division of the Public Defender’s Office and had the opportunity to present oral arguments before Florida’s Third District Court of Appeal. Mrs. Bofill attended St. Thomas University School of Law. While in law school, she was on the executive committee of her Moot Court Team and of the Cuban American Student Bar Association. Mrs. Bofill also competed nationally as an advocate on her Moot Court Team. She was recognized by St. Thomas University School of Law for dedicating substantial hours of pro bono work through the City Attorney for the City of Miami and Dade Legal Aid. Mrs. Bofill earned her Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Florida International University Honors College in June of 2011, where she graduated magna cum laude.