Joshua T. Kaleel
Attorney Jacksonville, FL
Joshua T. Kaleel is a Consumer Protection Attorney at the Farah & Farah office in Jacksonville, Florida. As a consumer himself, he understands the frustration that can come from spending hard-earned money on goods or services that turn out to be defective or subpar. He also understands the added frustration when the business who sold the defective product or service shuts the door in a consumer’s face by saying “sorry, there’s nothing we can do for you.”. Joshua values his role in standing up for this injustice and telling businesses, “Yes, there is something you can do for my client.”. His empathy and understanding, combined with his expert-level knowledge and proven track record of wins makes Joshua highly effective at helping his clients seek the justice they deserve.
About Joshua T. Kaleel
Joshua started working in the legal industry as a Runner at the age of 17. Following his studies at the University of Florida and Florida Coastal School of Law, Joshua defended breach of warranty claims and Lemon Law claims for several of the largest car manufacturers in the world, including Ford Motor Company, Suzuki, Volkswagen and Mitsubishi. Joshua moved on to handle title defense claims and foreclosure actions. Finally, and before joining Farah & Farah, Joshua ran his own law firm, where he handled a number of consumer claims, consisting of breach of warranty claims, Lemon Law claims, foreclosure defense, unfair debt collection and civil appeals.
Outside of the office, Joshua enjoys spending time with his wife, Sarah, and their two lovable dogs, Sgt. Pepper and Maxwell Silver. The couple is also in a rock n’ roll band – Joshua plays the drums.
Proud member of
- Florida Bar
- The Federalist Society
- The University of Florida – B.A. United States History (Cold War concentration)
- Florida Coastal School of Law – J.D.
- Lindsey v. Wells Fargo Bank,. N.A., 139 So. 3d 903 (Fla. 1st DCA 2013) (reported opinion, obtained reversal of summary judgment of foreclosure for our client) (lead counsel)
- Harden v. VyStar Credit Union, 177 So. 3d 1049 (Fla. 1st DCA 2015) (Per Curiam Affirmance of foreclosure judgment involving equitable subrogation) (lead counsel)
- O’Connor v. Werts, 229 So. 3d 1226 (Fla. 1st DCA 2017) (Per Curiam affirmance of attorney’s fee award stemming from complex trust administration) (Kaleel Law, LLC)