Biography Overview

Felipe Mavromatis is a fierce and compassionate litigation attorney. In him, his client’s gain the value of an experienced perspective, clear development vision, keen legal insights, and tireless dedication to short and long-range success in the personal injury realm. He has represented clients from diverse economic backgrounds—from single mothers on a shoe string budget to clients whose net worth is in the millions.

Felipe holds a Political Science degree from Brigham Young University, and graduated Cum Laude with honors in research and writing from the University of Illinois College of Law. He loves cultures and languages. He is Greek, Brazilian and American, and he speaks fluent Portuguese and Spanish. He is currently studying Japanese, Farsi and Greek.

Felipe has worked in the Elder Financial Justice Clinic defending rights of the elderly in Champaign, Illinois, served as the Global Communications Liaison for a multinational corporation based out of Provo, Utah, and was a Legislative Intern for the Utah State Senate. He also served as an Honors Intern with the Federal Bureau of Investigation where he assisted in federal cases on domestic terrorism, child pornography, sex trafficking, and child molestation cases. Prior to joining Morgan & Morgan, he was a successful litigator and family law attorney where he successfully challenged established precedent on alimony at the trial court level, drastically reduced an award of attorneys’ fees post-entry of a final judgment and obtained a summary final judgment in a breach of contract claim for damages of $837,500.00.

He is a member of the Orange County Bar Association, the Hispanic Bar Association, and the Young Lawyer Division of the Florida Bar. Outside of work, he enjoys the outdoors, playing soccer, watching college football, coaching, and spending time with his Wife and two young children.

Practice Area

  • Car Accidents
  • Personal Injury
  • Premises Liability
  • Slip & Fall

Awards & Recognitions'

  • Best Lawyers 2020

Bar Admissions

  • Florida (2015)
  • United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida (2019)


  • Orange County Bar Association
  • Hispanic Bar Association


  • University of Illinois College of Law, 2015
  • Brigham Young University, 2010