Saban and Solomon, who are both Nova Southeastern University’s Shepard Broad College of Law 2006 graduates, said they are looking for people to join forces with them.
“It started off as just my partner and I in our office just giving back to a couple of police departments," Saban said. "I think now we are almost at like over 700 nurses, doctors, police officers, first responders and it has been amazing.”
Saban and Solomon, whose clients include police officers, run a firm with offices in Manhattan, Palm Beach Gardens, Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood and Broward’s city of Plantation.
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