Alejandro (Alex) G. Casas is the son of immigrants who fled Cuba to start a new and promising life in The United States. As a first-generation American, he grew up in Palm Beach County and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Florida Atlantic University. In 1991, he received his Juris Doctor degree from Florida State University College of Law. During his law studies, he was a member of the Law Review and served as an Associate Editor. Casas, who speaks Spanish fluently, was also the President of the Spanish American Law Students Association.
Casas began his legal career as an Assistant State Attorney in the 15th Judicial Circuit, Palm Beach County. After leaving the State Attorney’s Office in 1998, Casas began practicing civil litigation, focusing on personal injury matters by representing the interests of injured victims and their families. Since then, Casas has successfully resolved numerous cases in excess of one million dollars. Casas married his wife, Susie, in 1991 and they have two daughters, Cristina and Cecilia.