Grow Your Law Firm

Welcome to episode 181 of the Grow Your Law Firm podcast, hosted by Ken Hardison. In this episode, Ken sits down with Gregg Goldfarb, host of Cut to the Chase; to discuss what the new Insurance Law means for Florida Attorney’s.

Gregg Goldfarb is an accomplished attorney who has been fiercely advocating for injured clients for 25 years. He has a proven track record of success, having helped thousands of clients in complex litigation cases, securing millions of dollars in compensation for their injuries. Gregg’s expertise covers a wide range of cases, including whistleblower litigation, mass tort claims, accidents, PIP insurance claims, and civil rights claims.

In addition to his legal work, Gregg is also a respected member of his community. He has been an advocate for the disabled community for over 15 years and has served as the past President of the South Florida Center for Independent Living. Gregg has also founded an environmental non-profit called Clean Miami River, further showcasing his dedication to making a positive impact.

With a bachelor’s degree from the University of Virginia and a law degree from the University of Miami School of Law, Gregg has a wealth of knowledge and experience. He has worked on over 3,000 legal cases in state and federal court, ranging from defective product cases to police misconduct cases.

Moreover, Gregg Goldfarb is the host of the podcast Cut to the Chase, which focuses on compelling legal and public interest news, as well as science. The podcast features interviews with industry experts discussing current breaking news in the legal world, and sometimes even covers basic information on matters ranging from science to insurance. As of late last year, Gregg has produced over 100 episodes of Cut to the Chase, showcasing his passion for informing and educating his audience.

What you’ll learn about in this episode:

Learn How Gregg got started as a Lawyer

Why Gregg started his podcast Cut to the Chase

What the new insurance law means for you

How to pivot with the changes in the legal industry

Marketing and how it has changed in the last 10-15 years


Additional Resources:

Are you suffering from a serious injury due to no fault of your own? Did your household product, medicine, or medical device cause serious health damage? Are you overwhelmed by the pain, emotional stress, and financial pressure that has been forced on you and your family? Don’t wait or hope for justice — let Gregg Goldfarb help you demand it from the people responsible.