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Mr. Fishman does not answer his phone and does not return calls, he has very poor communication with his clients, he... more
Pompano Beach  Alan Sidney Fishman

Alan Fishman

Pompano Beach, FL Family
Avvo rating 8.7
This attorney came to a mediation in my family case. He failed to provide me any direction for the mediation and... more
Pompano Beach  Alan Sidney Fishman

Alan Fishman

Pompano Beach, FL Family
Avvo rating 8.7
I was extremely impressed and happy with the settlement of my case.He walked me through the entire process and and... more
Pompano Beach  Ken Martin Frankel

Ken Frankel

Pompano Beach, FL Medical Malpractice
Avvo rating 9.0
Scott knows his stuff, and i feel that he had my best interest at heart. I trust him and feel that i can now move on... more
Pompano Beach  Scott Jonas Stadler

Scott Stadler

Pompano Beach, FL Divorce / Separation
Avvo rating 5.9
I found that Ken Frankel was extremely professional and responsive to me and my family's needs.. He always answered our... more
Pompano Beach  Ken Martin Frankel

Ken Frankel

Pompano Beach, FL Medical Malpractice
Avvo rating 9.0
I hired Ms. O'Donnell's firm and her firm has the utmost ethics and professionalism. In fact her former assistant "... more
Pompano Beach  Maria D. Corvaia-O'Donnell

Maria Corvaia-O'Donnell

Pompano Beach, FL Insurance
Avvo rating 6.6
All this atty. Do is take your money. Disobeyed order from the judge relevant to my case, didn't object to any motions... more
Pompano Beach  Barry S. Mittelberg

Barry Mittelberg

Pompano Beach, FL Bankruptcy / Chapter 13
Avvo rating 6.7
I am a licensed Real Estate Agent for the past 33 years. I have used Gary Landau in most of my sales transactions. He... more
Pompano Beach  Gary Michael Landau

Gary Landau

Pompano Beach, FL Probate
Avvo rating 9.1

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If you are in Pompano Beach, you may not realize it started in 1908 as a little town in Dade County. The name Pompano, according to some sources, came from a surveyor who named it after the fish he dined on while working in the area. Back then, the town had 250 residents, but now the population is well over 100,000.

Early settlers were drawn to its rich soil that created one of the first cash crops, pineapples. Later on, tomatoes became the moneymaking farm product. Incorporation of Pompano Beach began when settlers became interested in passing ordinances on issues like sanitation and panhandling.