Alexandra Taboada-McGill defends clients in personal injury and property damage litigation. Over the course of her career, Alexandra has handled matters involving bodily injury, uninsured/underinsured motorists and subrogation, as well as medical malpractice, general liability, and insurance fraud. With a background that includes extensive litigation experience—both civil and criminal—and working for insurance companies, Alexandra brings a unique perspective to the resolution of existing and potential issues her clients face.
Most recently before joining Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP, Alexandra was Claims Litigation Counsel for a major insurance company. She also spent several years bolstering her litigation experience at firms throughout Florida. Following her completion of law school, Alexandra was an Assistant State Attorney in the Felony Trial Division for State Attorney's Office in Florida's 15th Judicial Circuit where she litigated nearly 50 jury trials and numerous bench trials from intake to verdict.
During law school, Alexandra was involved in a number of activities and associations. In addition to writing for the Entertainment Law Review, she was a member of the Hispanic Law Student Association, Black Law Student Association, and the Civil Rights Restoration Program.
- American Inns of Court, Spellman-Hoeveler Chapter
Honors & Awards
- University of Florida Levin College of Law
- Dean's List
Having obtained a degree in telecommunications from the University of Florida, Alexandra has an affinity for radio and television news programs. For a number of years during law school and while practicing law, she worked for local networks and radio stations, including:
- WCJB TV 20;
- WTMG Magic 101.3;
- WUFT News 5; and
- WPOW – Power 96.
In addition, during her undergraduate studies, she interned with MTV Networks and VH1.
J.D., University of Florida Levin College of Law, 2010
B.S., University of Florida, 2007
- U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida