Blake Sando has been a partner in the law firm’s Miami office, where he has practiced professional malpractice defense for the past 15 years. He has experience defending insurer bad faith litigation, civil rights claims, condominium cases, ADA claims, and Errors and Omissions cases, including claims brought against insurance brokers and agents. Mr. Sando focuses his law practice on the defense of attorneys, insurance agents, title agents, closing agents, appraisers, surveyors, accountants and real estate agents and other professionals who are sued for malpractice and professional negligence. He also represents a host of other companies and professionals in both litigation and transactional matters.
Mr. Sando graduated from Yale University with a degree in History. He received his Juris Doctor and LL.M. degrees from the Temple University School of Law in Philadelphia, PA. Upon graduating law school, Mr. Sando was selected by the Federal Government as a Presidential Management Fellow. Mr. Sando completed his fellowship at the Insurance Center for the Department of Veterans Affairs, where his practice focused on insurance coverage and Departmental compliance with federal law.
Mr. Sando is licensed to practice law in all state and federal courts in Florida. Mr. Sando was President of the Coral Gables Bar Association and he has lectured on professional liability topics for the Florida Association of Insurance Agents.
In 2020, Mr. Sando was honored by Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Florida as one of their Twelve Good Men for his volunteerism and contributions to philanthropy, civic involvement, and community service in South Florida, and particularly his contributions to the South Florida disability-community.
Mr. Sando currently serves as the Immediate-Past Chairman of the Board of Directors for the University of Miami-NSU C.A.R.D (Center for Autism and Related Disabilities). Mr. Sando also serves as the Immediate-Past Chairman for the Board of Directors for The City of Coral Gables Advisory Board on Disability Affairs. He has previously served on the Parish Council for The Church of the Little Flower in Coral Gables, and he is a member of the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce and Dade County Bar Associations. Mr. Sando was previously named as a Florida Rising Star in Florida SuperLawyers Magazine.