Joshua D. Ferraro Named Partner at Prominent Law Firm Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith, PLLC
Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith, PLLC, Attorney Joshua Ferraro has been announced as a new partner of the prestigious Florida law firm with locations in Martin and Palm Beach County and will help lead the Treasure Coast office.
“Josh is a lawyer’s lawyer, in terms of the excellent case results he obtains and the way he works with clients,” said Gary Lesser, Managing Partner of Lesser, Lesser, Landy & Smith. “His dedication to clients and our community is just exceptional, and we are proud to have him as a key member of our team.”
Born and raised in Stuart, Ferraro comes from a long line of highly respected members of Martin County. After graduating from Martin County High School, Ferraro earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Florida, and went on to Stetson University College of Law, where he was inducted to the school’s Honors Program, ranking in the top eight percent (8%) graduating Cum Laude.
“I am honored to be made a partner at our firm, and I’m extraordinarily grateful that I have the opportunity to work with great lawyers every day to obtain justice for and improve the lives of our clients while making a meaningful impact in our community,” Ferraro said.
Joshua practices exclusively in the areas of general personal injury and wrongful death and has achieved a successful win rate, while participating in several high-profile cases on the Treasure Coast. He also litigates claims ranging from motor vehicle collisions, premises liability as well as cases involving the abuse of elderly and special needs citizens.
Ferraro was appointed by Governor Scott to the Children’s Services Council of Martin County and is currently serving a second year as the organization’s Chair. He also serves on the Florida Bar Grievance Committee for the Nineteenth Judicial Circuit, and as Vice President for Keep Martin Beautiful. In addition to these positions, Josh is the Immediate Past President, and current advisor, to the Police Athletic League of Martin County, the Past President of Tykes & Teens and a graduate of Leadership Florida’s Connect Program (Class VI).