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  • Florida Coastal School of Law 2011, Juris Doctorate, Honors Society
  • The University of Florida, Bachelors of Arts 2007, Criminology and Law, Cum Laude


  • Florida Bar
  • Georgia Bar
  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida
  • St. Johns County Bar Association
  • American Association for Justice
  • Florida Trial Lawyers section of the Florida Bar
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As our Managing Attorney in the St. Augustine office, Corri Hunt’s fierce work ethic and remarkable legal talent make her an inspirational powerhouse here at Farah & Farah. On top of her impressive work as a personal injury lawyer, Corri is intelligent, genuine, and kind—all are precisely the traits we expect to see in our team leaders.

Chuck Farah
Senior Partner at Farah & Farah

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Meet Corri Hunt

Corri Hunt is an experienced St. Augustine personal injury lawyer at Farah & Farah. As the Managing Attorney in the St. Augustine office, Corri exercises her skills in litigation and management daily. Corri is passionate about representing her clients and brings over a decade of experience to the table. Her skills in the courtroom and dedication to her work produces win after win for local accident victims and their families in and around the St. Augustine area.

Managing Attorneys at Farah & Farah oversee a team of legal professionals and help with complex cases. Talented leaders, like Corri, are also skilled at handling an independent caseload. Her ability to successfully manage cases while personally connecting with each client makes Corri the advocate you want in your corner. Her commitment to providing the best representation for her clients means she consistently goes the extra mile. Putting forth such a high level of effort is how she has achieved such a long history of fantastic case results.

Trust From My Clients Is Essential to Being an Attorney

When I meet a new client, one of my priorities is establishing trust. I want my clients to know that as their personal injury lawyer, they can trust me with the details of their cases and to get the job done efficiently. When I was younger, I was in an auto accident for which I was not at fault. However, because of my age, everyone assumed I was at fault. No one spoke up for me. That experience left a lasting impression – it was then that I knew I was destined for a career as an accident attorney.

Every case is unique and will have specific challenges to overcome. When I take on a client, I want them to know that they can trust the efforts I take to prepare their case. If I tell my client I’ll do something, I will do it. To me, building trust 101 means always doing what you say.

When I’m Here, I’m “On it” 100% of the Time

It may sound strange but I actually like working. Having files, work to do, and tasks to be done all means I get to rev it up when I get in the office. I don’t waste any time. When I’m here, I’m working 100%. I’m very actionable, and my commitment to completing a task means that I will do everything possible to get that done. Having a game plan helps keep cases moving forward and allows me to reach resolution quicker than most.

As an injury attorney in St. Augustine, I see many cases, from automobile accidents and slip and falls to wrongful deaths. Managing this caseload, and teaching my team how to do it the “Farah way”, means I know how all the pieces work together to get the best results possible.

I prioritize checking in with my clients and keeping them in the loop. I’ve worked on many tough cases over the years and know how high the stakes are for my clients and their families.

I Truly Enjoy Fighting for the Underdog

Over my years practicing law, I have had cases that have challenged and changed me. As much as I hate seeing injustice occur, I enjoy seeing justice restored even more. When I had my car accident, justice was not upheld. Now, I fight to make things right for those who genuinely deserve it. I’m highly motivated to see a victory for the underdog and will do all I can to make that happen.

Hardly any case is cut and dry. Part of how I fight for my clients is by pouring over the details of each case to uncover the facts. By the time I receive a case for litigation, I may still have a lot to discover about my client’s situation before and after the accident. Personal injury means we’re often up against insurance giants and big businesses. But it doesn’t matter how big the other side is; I’ll still go toe-to-toe in the courtroom and bring all of my experience to bear for my clients.

A case I’ll never forget was a wrongful death hit and run accident. A minor child was killed and the at-fault party was never found. The case was unique because one of the defendants fell under the legal protection of the federal government. Other firms shy away from tough cases like these, but not Farah & Farah. When we finally got the case resolved for the victim’s family, the child’s mother and father were so grateful. That gratitude is something I will truly never forget.

I’ve Worked with Farah & Farah Since the Beginning of My Career

I’ve had the privilege of working at Farah & Farah since I was attending law school. We were smaller then, and Eddie Farah was my direct supervising attorney. It has been a true benefit to learn and work alongside some of the brightest legal minds in the business. Not to mention how accommodating and genuinely kind the team is here at Farah & Farah. That level of support is rare, and it helps us go that much further for our clients.


As of 2023, Has Recovered $43 Million for Clients.

Community and Family Is What It’s All About

The longer I stay with Farah & Farah, the more respect I have for the good this firm does in our community. I’m proud my role gives me so many opportunities for community involvement here in St. Augustine and the surrounding areas. Having grown up in Florida, I want to do all that I can to give back. We have many worthwhile causes, but one near and dear to my heart is the Boys and Girls Club of Northeast Florida. My work on their Board of Directors gives me a boots-on-the-ground opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of young people, and I love the good we do there.

When I am not working on a case, I enjoy exploring the rich history of St. Augustine with my husband and our two sons. My friends and family often joke that I’m the resident St. Augustine tour guide. There are so many things to see and do in our community that we enjoy being active around town. We also love to travel and usually can’t wait to start planning for our next adventure. To date, my husband and I have traveled to over 40 different countries.