A native Jacksonvillian, Sarah Foster never considered practicing elsewhere. She left Jacksonville after high school to attend the University of Florida. Once in law school, she learned the truth about practicing law today as a volunteer at the Public Defender’s Office in Jacksonville and as a judicial clerk at the circuit court level, then at the First District Court of Appeal in Tallahassee, Florida. After school, Mrs. Foster gained invaluable experience and perspective representing insurance companies, big box stores, dentists, and nursing homes, in a variety of practice areas at a large insurance defense firm. A need to serve a greater purpose and truly benefit peoples’ lives brought her to Morgan & Morgan.
Through representing Relators in Qui Tam/whistleblower cases, Mrs. Foster fights against fraud in healthcare and other areas that costs the government millions of dollars each year. She also assists in Morgan & Morgan’s efforts to tackle the opioid crisis — representing governmental entities that seek to recoup money lost because of the devastation caused by Big Pharma’s apparent profits-over-people mission to create an addicted population.