Farmer Jaffe has been honored as a Top Law Firm in the 2017 edition of the South Florida Legal Guide. Additionally, six Farmer Jaffe attorneys have been recognized as Top Lawyers in their respective practice areas.
Brad Edwards was again recognized for his work in the practice area of Personal Injury and Wrongful Death. He has represented crime victims in state and federal courts, in nearly every type of case imaginable, including Negligent Security /Premises Liability civil actions arising out of shootings, stabbings and rapes; Sexual Abuse cases; transmission of STDs; and complicated schemes to defraud.
Gary Farmer was again honored for his work in the practice area of Litigation. Farmer has spent almost his entire career fighting for the rights of consumers, fair and just compensation for victims and the protection of the civil justice system and full access to courts.
Adam Horowitz was again included for his work in the practice area of Sexual Abuse. Horowitz is a nationally acclaimed attorney for victims of sexual abuse and is known among his peers as an aggressive and passionate advocate.
Steve Jaffe was again recognized for his work in the practice area of Personal Injury and Wrongful Death. Jaffe has successfully represented individuals, families and consumers in their quest for justice for more than 30 years.
Seth Lehrman was again included in the practice areas of Class Action and Personal Injury and Wrongful Death. Lehrman represents consumers and businesses in class action and whistleblower cases to hold corporate wrongdoers accountable in cases involving hidden fees, unfair insurance practices, dangerous or defective products, consumer fraud, false and deceptive advertising, and credit reporting issues.
Matt Weissing was again honored for his work in the practice area of Personal Injury and Wrongful Death. Weissing’s practice concentrates in seeking compensation for clients from motor vehicle, construction site and premises accidents, helicopter crashes, dog bites/injuries by animals and boating/cruise accidents. He also handles cases involving toxic chemical exposure and mis-filled prescriptions, and failure to provide security and excessive force/false arrest.
Now in its 17th edition, the South Florida Legal Guide is considered an invaluable source of information for both the business and legal community. It publishes three editions per year. Selections to the publication’s top listings are based entirely on peer nominations.