Injury-Prone Ride at Universal Studios Leaves Man Paralyzed

September 29, 2020

Injury-Prone Ride at Universal Studios Leaves Man Paralyzed

As Florida moves into Phase III reopenings, residents and tourists alike are seeking out the many entertainment venues in the state and Florida has some of the best amusement parks in the world. Disney World, Universal Studios, Busch Gardens, SeaWorld, LegoLand, and others are still very popular destinations for many tourists each year. However, a…

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September 2, 2020

Waiving COVID-19 Liability Protects Special Interests, Not People

By Eddie E. Farah Imagine you or a family member were injured because of a defect in your car’s airbag, but you weren’t allowed to hold the automaker accountable.   Imagine someone you care about being hurt by an underage drunk driver, but the law protected the bar that served him from any legal responsibility,…

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May 20, 2020

Fighting For Those That Fought For Us

As we celebrate Memorial Day, we wanted to give a special shout-out an organization we are honored to support – the Five STAR Veterans Center, whose tireless efforts provide homeless veterans with the care and support they need to get back on their feet. How a Jacksonville Law Firm Connected with Local Veterans Farah and…

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May 11, 2020

Announcing the Empowering Greatness Scholarship: TOP 40 Semi-Finalists

Just a few weeks before the Coronavirus pandemic swept the globe, Farah & Farah announced a unique challenge to high school seniors and currently-enrolled college students. The challenge was the Empowering Greatness Scholarship, which aims to assist students in affording their college dreams. After a careful review process, Farah & Farah is pleased to now…

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April 14, 2020

America’s Workers Put in Harm’s Way Without Proper Protective Equipment

Around the country, tens of thousands of frontline workers have been called upon to complete their everyday duties under extraordinary circumstances. Grocery store employees, adult care staff, and even first responders and medical workers have all faced woefully inadequate provisions from their employers when it comes to the personal protective equipment (PPE) they are provided…

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