Attorney Andres Hidalgo
Miami Personal Injury Lawyer
During law school, Andres worked as a law clerk and gained experience through internships for the Chief Magistrate Judge of the District Court for the Southern District of Florida and the Third District Court of Appeal. He also interned with the United States Attorney’s Office, Southern District of Florida’s Civil Division, and a well-respected boutique plaintiff’s firm.
Andres graduated from the University of Miami’s joint J.D./M.B.A. program. While in law school, Andres was an active member of the University of Miami Race and Social Justice Law Review and of the Charles C. Papy, Jr. Moot Court Board, which was ranked as the third-best Moot Court team in the nation at the time of his graduation. Andres also served as the law school’s Honor Council Vice President and a Dean’s Fellow for Civil Procedure. Andres also excelled in Miami Law’s renowned Litigation Skills program, where he earned multiple honors distinctions.
Andres is active in the community, serving on the board of Sofia’s Hope, a nonprofit dedicated to raising childhood cancer awareness and funds to advance treatment.
Andres is also a Delegate for the Belen Jesuit Preparatory School Class of 2015.
In his free time, Andres enjoys spending time with his friends and family, preferably on the boat or near the water.
- University of Miami School of Law, J.D.
- University of Miami Herbert Business School, M.B.A.
- University of Miami, B.A., English Literature
- Florida Justice Association
- Belen Alumni Lawyers Section
- Miami-Dade Trial Lawyers Association
Honors & Awards
- CALI Excellence for the Future Award in Class Action Litigation.
- Honors in Litigation Skills, Trial
- Honors in Litigation Skills, Pretrial
- Miami Herbert Business School Graduate Business Fellowship Award
We Don't Just Talk About Results. We Get Them.
Stewart Tilghman Fox Bianchi & Cain, P.A. won a record verdict for a 77-year-old stroke victim who lost the use of the left side of her body due to the negligence of her doctors. Despite being at a higher risk for blood clots and strokes, her cardiologist and electrophysiologist (a heart rhythm specialist) took her off Coumadin—a medication designed for preventing blood clots and strokes. The defendants argued that the patient didn’t deserve a large verdict due to her advanced age and lower life expectancy. The jury saw through their cynical arguments and awarded our client nearly $8 million—the most damages awarded to a malpractice victim over the age of 70 in Florida history.
$650 Million RICO Cases
$15.5 Million RICO Cases
$15 Million Birth Injury
$15 Million Truck Accidents
$14.5 Million Pedestrian Accidents
$14 Million Hazing
$12 Million Defective Products
$11 Million Personal Injury
$10.6 Million RICO Cases
$10 Million Medical Malpractice