Contact Farah & Farah
You Only Have One Shot, Make It Count
The pharmaceutical litigation lawyers of Farah & Farah have been helping victims of negligence and injustice for many years. If you believe that you have a pharmaceutical injury case, it is important to contact us at 855-797-9899 as soon as possible. Many claims are governed by a statute of limitations, which means that you can only file a lawsuit during a specific period of time. After that date, the court will not allow your case to be heard. Our attorneys are committed to helping you get the compensation you deserve. Remember, we handle a broad range of cases, including everything from medical negligence to hurricane and product liability lawsuits.
Don’t delay in contacting our firm. We are available by phone 24 hours a day, and our offices are open Monday through Friday from 8am to 6pm.
Jacksonville, Florida 32202
Toll Free: 855-797-9899
An attorney client relationship is not established by submitting this initial contact information to our office. An Attorney-Client contract will be required if you wish to employ Farah & Farah in connection with any legal matter, therefore you are not a client of Farah & Farah until a contract has been signed. An attorney-client relationship does not exist until retainer agreement is signed by all parties.
What Happens When You Contact Us?
If you have been injured, you want results. At Farah & Farah, our attorneys are here to handle your case expertly and expediently.
Speak with Our Intake Specialist
When you contact us, an intake specialist will get some basic information about your case and within 24 hours, one of our investigators or pharmaceutical litigation attorneys will meet with you at our offices or at a place convenient for you. Most calls are personally responded to within 4 hours. You’re also welcome to walk into any of our law offices – without an appointment – at any time.
Once your claim is filed, it will be assigned to one of our "pods." Each pod has pharmaceutical litigation attorneys experienced in your claim area, case managers, and legal assistants. We work in groups to give your case the resources and dedication it deserves. Within 24 hours, all necessary paperwork will be filed and letters will be sent to insurance companies if necessary. At this time, we zero in on all the aspects of your case and an appointment is made to meet with your attorney to discuss the progress.
The next stage involves research, analysis, and case-building by our expert team of pharmaceutical litigation attorneys. Through this process, the team at our offices will keep you informed and up-to-date. In the meantime, we focus on taking care of you. We handle your medical treatment and, if applicable, contact your employer for salary information so earnings and future earnings can be built into your case. Once you’ve reached "maximum medical improvement" we request a report with an outline of your treatment by the doctor, diagnosis and prognosis and an impairment rating and determine if any balance is owed. A negotiator will negotiate the reduction of any outstanding balances, and another team will review the file and request any incomplete records.
Then, your team of pharmaceutical litigation attorneys, case managers, and assistants will review the information and draft a settlement demand letter for your review and approval. No settlement will be made without your consent. If a pre-trial settlement cannot be reached, we discuss further options, including whether to file your claim in court.
At Farah & Farah, we consider you part of the team, too. To ensure that your case progresses smoothly, injury victims should forward all medical bills to the personal injury attorneys and legal team at our offices, save and furnish receipts for any prescriptions you have filled, and advise us of any injuries suffered prior to this accident. Most importantly, do not speak to anyone about your case or sign any papers until you talk to us. We are in this together, and we will do our best to get the compensation you deserve.
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