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Jumana Ali


  • University of Illinois College of Law, Juris Doctorate
  • The Ohio State University, Bachelor of Arts, Anthropological Sciences
  • The Ohio State University, Bachelor of Arts, Arabic and International Studies


  • Arabic
  • Spanish


  • The Florida Bar
  • Ohio State Bar Association
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio
  • U.S. District Court, Northern District of Ohio
  • Ohio Women’s Bar Association
  • Columbus Bar Association
  • Florida Justice Association
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Jumana Ali is 100% dedicated to helping her clients achieve the victory they deserve. With such a great cross-section of experience as a prosecutor, defender, and now as a personal injury attorney, Jumana has a unique set of legal tools to advocate for every dollar a client is entitled to. Her grit and fierce determination is a force to be reckoned with, which is why we’re glad she’s on our side.

Chuck Farah
Senior Partner at Farah & Farah


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Jumana Ali is a St. Augustine personal injury attorney working with the Farah & Farah team at our offices just off US-1. With years spent as a county prosecutor, Jumana gained a lot of experience being in the courtroom and confidently maneuvering clients through the justice system. Jumana has also run her own law practice, so she understands every detail of how to approach a case and walk her clients through the process. Jumana’s number one goal is to make sure her clients have everything they need to move forward after an accident. No one thinks an accident will happen until it does. That’s when you want a solid accident attorney like Jumana Ali who will have your back, come rain or shine.

Farah & Farah’s Family Feel Makes Us a Better Firm

Chuck and Eddie have done a fantastic job of curating a family-focused and personable culture at the firm. There is a wealth of knowledge and resources among the staff and attorneys and I have access to everyone, including Eddie and Chuck and our most senior managing attorneys. The resources that we have at our fingertips empower me to do everything I can for my clients. Not every firm has the kind of resources and guidance that we enjoy every day here at Farah & Farah.

Beyond the resources, the firm just has this kindness that permeates our hallways. I love the culture here. We are more than just a law firm and Eddie and Chuck have been deliberate in our firm’s community outreach efforts. Here in the St. Augustine office, I get the benefit of being a part of a large firm, with a small office feel. Our team collaborates on a daily basis and we definitely have a “same team, same mission” mindset that helps us do our best for every client that comes through our doors.

Getting You the Value You Deserve

I love how every case and every client I get to represent is different. With each new client, there is a new background, a new set of obstacles to overcome, and a new roadmap to get their case across the finish line. Being able to get the results my client and I are seeking for their injuries isan incredibly rewarding feeling. That victory reassures me I’m doing my job and doing it well when we can settle cases and get them the value they deserve. My goal is to get justice for my clients and ensure they are fully compensated for what’s often a life-altering accident.

Part of maximizing client value is simply making sure each client is heard. You have to stay on top of communications to help clients remain at ease throughout the process, which is something I prioritize. If you call or email me, you can rest assured that I will respond.

It is vital as an accident attorney not to let client communication fall through the cracks. Adaptingand prioritizing are how I manage my time, so each client knows I’m on top of it.

My Background Has Taught Me That the Details Change Cases

My first job out of law school was with the county prosecutor’s office in Columbus, Ohio. I gained a tremendous amount of experience just being in the courtroom day in and day out. It helped build my confidence as an attorney and taught me how to guide cases effectively through the justice system.

After a few years, I switched to criminal defense and opened my own law practice. Since I understood how the state approaches cases, I could walk my clients through the process that much more easily.

I Don’t Beat Around the Bush

I’m a direct person. It doesn’t help my clients to sugarcoat what’s going on with their case, so I always give it to them upfront. I want to help on a personal level, which means getting into the details. That attention to detail can make or break a case.

If you’re going to advocate for your client in the courtroom, you have to know their case and youcan’t be afraid of opposing counsel or big insurance companies. Insurance companies can make your accident seem like an uphill battle, but I’ll go head-to-head with them and won’t back down in order to protect my clients’ best interests.

I’m New to Florida, But I Love Experiencing Everything It Has To Offer

Having come to Florida from Ohio, it is a big change for me but I am so excited to be experiencing everything my new home has to offer. I love St. Augustine Beach, the historic Castillo de San Marcos Fort, and downtown St. Augustine.

If it’s the weekend and it’s football season, you’ll probably find me cheering on my alma mater, the Ohio State Buckeyes, every chance I get. Watching football with my Dad growing up is a
treasured memory and I love to honor his legacy in that special way. I also love to read and keep up with the latest technologies so if you ever want to talk about technology or your favorite book, I’m game.

Serving Your Community Is What Being an Attorney Is All About

Growing up in a Middle Eastern family, I read and write Arabic fluently and am also proficient in Spanish. Those language skills allow me to help more people get the justice they deserve. A bigcommunity achievement for me was being part of a United Nations symposium where I helped get community leaders together and make resolutions for global and local issues. The symposium was the first Intergenerational Model of the United Nations in the state of Ohio.