Karina Rodrigues

Karina Rodrigues is a South Florida trial attorney who proudly fights for victims of catastrophic injuries and wrongful death. Since graduating law school cum laude, Karina has dedicated her career to passionately advocating for those harmed by the negligent or intentional conduct of others. She focuses her practice on personal injury, dangerous products, medical malpractice, automobile accidents, consumer fraud, business litigation, wrongful death, premises liability and pharmaceutical product injuries or death.

"I focus my efforts on knowing the facts of every case I handle inside and out so that I can set the tone and steer the narrative from the beginning."

Early Accomplishments & Background

Karina is a Brazilian-American and is fluent in Portuguese. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science and a minor in entrepreneurship, and while attaining her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Florida Levin College of Law, she:

  • Clerked for the Third Judicial Circuit Court of Florida and handled felony cases
  • Clerked for the Eighth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida and handled appellate cases
  • Served as a law clerk for a full service law firm
  • Interned for the Office of the Federal Public Defender in Miami, Florida

Karina served as an Executive and Senior Articles Editor with the Journal of Law and Public Policy, and as a Competition Strategy Coach and Chair of Publicity with the Florida Alternative Dispute Resolution Team during law school. She also served as the President of the Latino Law Student Association and Editor-in-Chief of the organization’s newsletter. Karina is committed to helping those in need and received Pro Bono and Community Service Certificates of Outstanding Achievement while in law school.

  • AV Peer Review Rated
  • Florida Super Lawyers
  • South Florida Top Rated Lawyers
  • Best Law Firms
  • The Best Lawyers in America
  • The National Trial Lawyers - Top 100 Trial Lawyers
  • South Florida Business Journal - 2017  Best Places to Work
  • Sun Sentinel - 2017 Top Work Places