Graham Syfert, Attorney at Law
Born in a small town in Illinois, Graham W. Syfert is an associate attorney with Farah & Farah. He completed his juris doctor program at Florida Coastal School of Law in 2006 and received a B.A. from University of Central Florida in 2002. Mr. Syfert was a Staff Editor for the Florida Coastal Law Review and a founding member of the school’s branch of the American Trial Lawyers Association. He is currently licensed to practice law in both the states of Florida and Georgia as the federal courts in the Middle District of Florida and the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals.
Shortly after his career began Graham was made a partner in a Jacksonville law firm that focused on business, real estate, consumer debt and personal injury litigation. Mr. Syfert oversaw $50 million in transactions, earned over a million dollars for his personal injury clients, and eliminated over a half a million dollars in consumer debt within three years. Mr. Syfert taught numerous continuing legal education courses for the National Business Institute, Sterling Education Services, and Law Review CLE in the areas of Foreclosure Defense and Landlord-Tenant Law.
In 2010 Graham began a solo practice in Jacksonville’s Historic Five Points and focused solely on litigation rather than transactional work. Instead, he expanded into the areas of criminal defense and federal copyright litigation. Over half of Mr. Syfert’s criminal cases resulted in a reduction in charges or a complete dismissal. His involvment and success in federal copyright litigation has been noted in Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Slashdot, ABA Journal, This Week in Law, Chicago Lawyer, as well as countless other print and online publications.
Since joining Farah & Farah, Mr. Syfert’s focuses in the area of workers’ compensation and personal injury law. His focus in the Worker’s Compensation division is to make sure that every client gets top quality representation and the benefits that they have earned throughout their employment. When you are injured on the job and Workers’ Compensation is not giving you what you deserve, Graham will fight tirelessly against the insurance company to get you those benefits you earned.
Florida Coastal School of Law (J.D., 2006)
University of Central Florida (B.A., 2002)
Georgia Bar Association (2006)
Florida Bar Association (2007)
Middle District of Florida (2007)
Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals (2013)