As the founder and chief executive officer of Pacific Workers’ Compensation Law Center, Eric Farber has been named a Super Lawyer multiple times and is an AV rated attorney with Martindale Hubbel. Eric is the author of the book, The Case for Culture: How to Stop Being a Slave to Your Law Firm, Grow Your Practice, and Actually be Happy, which quickly became a #1 Bestseller on Amazon upon its release.
After graduating with a bachelor’s degree in political science from Arizona State University and with a Juris Doctorate degree from California’s Golden State Law School, Eric began his career in the sports and entertainment industry. As a litigator and crisis management expert for athletes, entertainers, and high-profile entrepreneurs, he represented Amaru Entertainment (the estate of Tupac Shakur) for over 18 years, as well as dozens of professional athletes and well-known entrepreneurs.
In 2014, Eric founded Pacific Workers’, which represents first responders, healthcare professionals, teachers, retail employees, and construction workers in their fight for justice against insurance companies. Starting with only four people and a focus on company culture, Eric and Bilal Kassem have grown Pacific Workers’ into one of the largest workers' compensation firms in California with almost 50 people in less than six years. Pacific Workers' has been recognized by Inc. 5000 as one of the fastest growing companies in America; Law Firm 500 as one of the fastest growing law firms in America, and The Bay Area Fast 100, a list of the fastest growing companies in America. They have also been nominated several times for Inc. Magazine’s Best Workplaces in America.
Founder & CEO
Pacific Workers’, The Lawyers for Injured Workers
Oakland, Concord, Stockton, Sacramento, San Jose, California