Joseph A. Mendelsohn, Esq. "Joe"
Joseph A. Mendelsohn, a South Florida native, is a graduate from the University of Central Florida, where he obtained a degree in political science with a focus on American politics and policy in 2003. While attending UCF, Mr. Mendelsohn consistently made the Dean’s List and President’s List.
Mr. Mendelsohn continued his education at the University of Florida Levin College of Law where he obtained a Juris Doctor degree in 2006.
Prior to joining Shiner Law Group, Mr. Mendelsohn joined a highly respected defense firm in Fort Lauderdale, where he litigated cases on behalf of defendants including many condominium associations, homeowner associations, individuals, and business entities, as well as many automobile insurance carriers. He continued his career at one of the largest law firms in the country where he expanded his practice to include representation of a variety of businesses including large retail establishments, electrical and carpenters’ unions, construction companies, restaurants, and product manufacturers.
Utilizing the training, knowledge, and experience he obtained representing defendants and insurance carriers in both first party and third party cases for several years, Mr. Mendelsohn began representing plaintiffs in personal injury and wrongful death matters. His prior experience has afforded him a unique insight which has consistently led to obtaining excellent results for his clients. Presently, Mr. Mendelsohn focuses his practice at Shiner Law Group on civil litigation with an emphasis on wrongful death and personal injury. He has represented clients from the inception of litigation through trial.
Mr. Mendelsohn is a member of the Florida Bar and is also licensed to practice in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida. With the exception of his time spent obtaining his education, Mr. Mendelsohn has lived in South Florida his entire life and has deep roots in the community. When he is not advocating on behalf of clients, Mr. Mendelsohn enjoys both freshwater and saltwater fishing, kayaking, boating, and traveling.