Attorney Priscilla Sandoval-Gonzalez was born in Rio Bravo, Tamaulipas, Mexico. At 9 years old, she left Mexico to study in Texas and moved to a small border town called Weslaco. After high school, Mrs. Sandoval-Gonzalez attended the University of Texas at San Antonio where she received a B.A. in Politics & Law with a minor in criminal justice. After graduation, she worked as a litigation paralegal for one of Texas’ largest personal injury firms. After a year, she decided to attend law school and moved to Orlando to attend Barry University School of Law.
During law school, Mrs. Sandoval-Gonzalez was part of the law review, a student representative for the immigration clinic, and executive member of several student organizations. As part of the immigration clinic, she represented indigent clients before the Department of Justice’s Immigration Court in Orlando and assisted them in obtaining Citizenship through the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services. At the same time, while in law school, she worked for Attorney Sam Dunaway at his solo practice as a law clerk. While working for Mr. Dunaway, she assisted him in representing clients who suffered injuries due to medical malpractice, automobiles, and in wrongful death cases.
In her last year of law school, Mrs. Sandoval-Gonzalez joined Morgan and Morgan to work as the law clerk for the medical malpractice, birth injury, and nursing home departments. Upon passing of the Florida Bar, she became a licensed attorney for the firm’s medical malpractice department.
Mrs. Sandoval-Gonzalez now passionately represents clients who have been injured as a result of medical malpractice and birth injury incidents. She puts her passion for the law and her drive as a mother to help families who have become victims of medical malpractice.
Mrs. Sandoval-Gonzalez is married to her husband and high school sweetheart, Adolfo, with whom she shares a beautiful little girl. When she is not advocating for her clients, she loves to visit the various theme parks in Orlando, going thrifting, and playing with her 3 dogs, Peach, Daisy, and Snoopy.
- University of Texas at San Antonio
- Barry University School of Law