About The FairLaw Firm
The FairLaw Firm represents workers whose employers did not pay them the tips, overtime wages and hourly wages they earned. The FairLaw Firm represents those affected by the coronavirus / Covid-19. We also represent clients who were whistleblowers, wrongfully terminated, discriminated against, and general litigation matters. The FairLaw Firm strives to provide each client with efficient and effective representation to achieve a successful and realistic outcome. Along the way, the FairLaw Firm will communicate with you in a manner that you can understand.
The FairLaw Firm Has The Experience And Resources To Take Your Case To Trial, As Is Evident From The Verdicts We Have Obtained.
Clients can expect the FairLaw Firm to work hard to achieve the best result (maximum recovery) in the least amount of time. Oftentimes, clients will be coming to the FairLaw Firm after their employment ceases, or after an event with significant economic consequences, so there is a value to providing this efficient representation under what can be dire circumstances. The FairLaw Firm understands this dynamic.
When you work with us, you will get to know Brian H. Pollock, the founding attorney at the FairLaw Firm, associate attorney Toussaint M. Cummings, as well as he entire FairLaw Firm staff, and you will understand how together we work with you to assemble your case.
About Brian Pollock, Esquire
I am a Florida native, and I was both educated and trained in the practice of law in Florida. While I am not fluent, I am conversational in Spanish and make every effort to understand my clients. I am assisted by my staff, who are completely bilingual and who I trained to help you in your case. Since starting to practice law in 1999, I have fought hard for my clients at both the trial and appellate court levels. Read Full Profile
The FairLaw Firm is located in Miami and is easily accessible by public transportation, while free parking is an attractive option for clients.
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