As a litigation attorney, Joseph Carey has a reputation as an aggressive litigator with extensive experience in complex litigation in several areas of the law including personal injury, underinsured/uninsured motorist claims, first party coverage claims, complex SIU and PIP litigation, premises liability, professional liability, construction defects, medical & healthcare malpractice, commercial/corporate disputes and products liability. He also has extensive experience conducing Examinations Under Oath and has served as a fee expert.
Joseph was born in Buffalo, New York but has resided in Florida for the past 19 years. He obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in 1993 from Canisius College and his MBA in 1994, also from Canisius College. Joseph obtained his Juris Doctorate degree from the University of Miami School of Law in 1997.
Joseph is certified through the State of Florida as an CEU instructor and performs seminars on various Insurance Defense matters including Advanced SIU Investigations, Homeowners Insurance Fraud, Negotiation and Settlement, Filing a Proposal for Settlement, Fraud in the Medical Records, Personal Injury Protection law, Fraud/Special Investigation, Bad Faith, Resolution of Low Limit Multi-Party Claims and Personal Injury Protection.
Joseph is very active in the community and has participated in many charitable events such as Habitat for Humanities, Toys for Tots, American Cancer Society and Make a Wish Foundation. Joseph also served as the President of the Coconut Grove Jaycees in 2004 and served as Metro Legal Counsel for the U.S. Metro Jaycees in 2003 (serving as legal counsel for all large city chapters in the United States).