Farar Law P.C. Announce Name Change

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Farar Law is pleased to announce the change of its name, and the addition of a new partner to the firm.

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Farar Law, P.C. is pleased to announce the change of its name to Farar & Lewis, LLP and the addition of new partners to the firm. Growing from the foundation established by partner Joel Farar, new partners Justin Farar and Adam Lewis will continue to exclusively handle personal injury law, including auto accidents, slip and falls, and other catastrophic injuries. With over 30 years of combined practice, Farar & Lewis, LLP will continue to deliver first-rate representation and results, with unrivaled personal attention to its clients.

Farar & Lewis, LLP is dedicated to helping injured victims obtain the best possible financial recovery. The partners at Farar & Lewis LLP have recovered over $10 million dollars in last two years by vigorously pursuing claims on behalf of individuals that have been injured by the negligent and wrongful conduct of others. The partners at Farar & Lewis, LLP are consistently ranked as Super Lawyers, have been certified as Lead Counsel in personal injury law, and are members of the Million Dollars Advocates for obtaining million dollar recoveries.

Justin Farar - A Southern California native, Justin Farar is a seasoned litigator with large firm experience. Prior to joining Farar & Lewis, LLP, Mr. Farar was a litigation associate at O’Melveny & Myers, LLP and clerked for the Honorable Kim McLane Wardlaw on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Mr. Farar also served as a Commissioner to the Los Angeles Convention and Exhibition Authority. Mr. Farar currently also serves as an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California Gould Law School teaching a course on class actions.

Adam Lewis - Adam is a seasoned trial attorney and tenacious advocate who has represented hundreds of people injured by negligent drivers, property owners, and companies. He has secured millions of dollars for clients involved in automobile accidents, premise cases, slip and falls, dog attacks, and government claims. Prior to graduating from law school in 2001, Mr. Lewis also ran his own entertainment talent management company managing major television and sports personalities

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