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Community Involvement

How Fasig | Brooks Helps Our Communities

We began helping clients in Tallahassee and North Florida almost 35 years ago. Although some of the names on our door have changed through the years, our core mission has always been the same: we aggressively pursue justice for our clients, with compassion and personalized service, and deep gratitude for their trust in us. We live and play in North Florida, and our 11 attorneys and 16 staff members make volunteering a part of their work commitment.

We believe in service to our community, and we actively work with local organizations to give back to those who have given so much to us:

Interested in finding out more? Call (850) 583-9409 to talk to one of our team members.

Put Fasig | Brooks On Your Side

Retain Trusted Guidance for the Benefit of Your Case
  • Committed to Your Case

    Clients receive personalized representation from attorneys that truly care.

  • Courtroom Familiarity

    Our extensive trial experience sets us apart from other Tallahassee firms.

  • Focused on Helping the Injured

    The insurance companies do not have our loyalty—victims do.

  • Big Enough to Make an Impact

    We are a large firm and have the resources to take cases to trial.

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