Daytona Beach Personal Injury Lawyer
If you have been injured in Daytona Beach because of someone else’s carelessness, you may be eligible to recover significant financial compensation. When you hire a Daytona Beach personal injury lawyer at Farah & Farah, we will put your needs first and work as a team to hold the careless party accountable and fight for the compensation you deserve.
You shouldn’t be stuck paying the bill when someone else’s carelessness injures you. At Farah & Farah, our personal injury attorneys in Daytona Beach will take up your cause and fight for you. Call our Daytona Beach office at (386) 267-6921 for your free consultation.
Why You Need the Award-Winning Daytona Beach Personal Injury Lawyers at Farah & Farah
We are a client-centric law firm that has been protecting victims like you and your family since 1979. When you hire our firm, you get more than just a top lawyer. You get a team of award-winning attorneys and support staff who share strengths and resources to get you the best possible results.
Experience makes all the difference. Our nationally-recognized attorneys have consistently succeeded in getting our clients the compensation they deserve. Below are just a few examples of our successful case results:
- $5 million recovery for medical malpractice in the emergency room that resulted in a brain injury
- $5 million recovery in the wrongful death of a motorcycle rider struck by a motorist who had run a stoplight
- $3.4 million verdict for a client injured in a rear-end accident caused by a moving truck
- $3.3 million verdict for injuries sustained when a pleasure boat hit a barge
- $2.5 million recovery for injuries sustained after a pickup hit another vehicle
- $2 million verdict for a 47-year-old man with shoulder, neck, and back injuries sustained when a 12-ton tractor-trailer rear-ended him
- $1.7 million recovery for a mechanic who was injured when a 20,000-pound sign collapsed on him
- $1.5 million wrongful death recovery after poorly maintained machinery in the workplace caused a mother’s death
- $750,000 recovery for a client who slipped and fell in a water puddle at a large retail supercenter
Our results are no accident. They are the product of our 40 years of experience, team approach, and commitment to always putting clients first.
Personal Injury Lawyers Serving Daytona Beach
Our work in our Daytona Beach law firm goes above and beyond employing effective legal strategies and winning cases. While your legal outcome is our top priority, using our resources for bettering our community is also at the heart of what it means to be a client-first law firm.
We are honored to be a part of the following charities in Daytona Beach:
- The Annual Toys for Tots Toy Drive
- Participating in the Sea of Walk Charity Fun Walk
- Food Drives for Thanksgiving and other Holidays
- Empowering Greatness Scholarship
When you need a personal injury lawyer in Daytona Beach, Florida, you need a team of devoted attorneys who care about you and your outcome. Call our Daytona Beach personal injury lawyers at (386) 267-6921 to start your claim today.
We Can Handle Any Type of Injury Claim in Daytona Beach
When someone else’s negligence has injured you, you may have grounds for a personal injury claim. Regardless of how your injury occurred or what type of injury you sustained, our personal injury lawyers in Daytona Beach can help you file a claim and pursue damages for your medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
The mild weather and tourist attractions in Daytona Beach draw a large number of tourists throughout the year, and traffic volume has reached an all-time high. Not surprisingly, car accidents are most common in areas with the heaviest traffic.
The intersections and roadways in Volusia County with the most severe car accidents include:
- Washington Street & North Riverside Drive
- South Nova Road and Fernery Trail/Moreland Boulevard
- US17/US92/North Woodland Boulevard and East Woodmont Road
- South Clyde Morris Boulevard and Hancock Boulevard/Verona Street
- US 1 between Gamble Avenue and Airport Road
- Osteen Maytown Road at Maytown Spur Road
Our skilled car accident lawyers in Daytona Beach have found that insurance companies rarely pay the compensation you deserve willingly. It often takes an experienced Daytona Beach personal injury attorney willing to fight for you.
Pedestrian and Bicycle Accidents
According to a study by Smart Growth America, from 2016 to 2020, the Deltona–Daytona Beach–Ormond Beach area was the most deadly metropolitan area in the United States for pedestrians. According to the study above, the region had an annual pedestrian accident fatality rate of 4.25 per 100,000 population.
The study also found that Florida is the second most dangerous state for pedestrians overall.
Bicyclists face similar risks as pedestrians. Pedestrian and bicycle accidents carry heightened risks of traumatic brain injuries and fatal injuries.
According to the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, an average of 194 bicycle crashes occur yearly in Volusia County, resulting in five fatalities and 176 injuries. An average of 304 pedestrians are hit by cars each year, resulting in 29 deaths and 206 injuries.
Pedestrians and bicyclists have a legal right to use the roadways, and motorists have a legal duty to watch for them. If you have been injured in a pedestrian or bicycle accident, our personal injury lawyers in Daytona Beach can help you find insurance coverage and identify all the liable parties to help you recover as much compensation as possible.
An accident that may only result in minor injuries when two or more passenger vehicles are involved can be deadly when a large commercial truck, such as a tractor-trailer, is involved. This is because trucks are significantly heavier and larger than cars and have a significantly longer stopping distance.
I-95 and I-4 are major trucking routes converging in Daytona Beach, and truck traffic is always increasing.
Big-truck accidents are more complex than car accidents because the trucking companies that own the truck or employ the truck driver may be liable, in addition to numerous other companies and individuals. Our Daytona Beach truck accident attorneys have successfully recovered compensation from the following parties after truck accidents:
- Trucking companies
- Truck drivers
- Negligent truck mechanics
- Tire manufacturers
- Truck manufacturers
- Companies responsible for loading and unloading
- Businesses with unsafe loading docks
Trucking companies are often large corporations that tend to fight injury claims. Our personal injury attorneys in Daytona Beach have a proven record of successfully fighting large companies, and we have the resources and skills to fight back and win.
On average, Volusia County sees an average of 489 motorcycle accidents per year. Motorcycle crashes are unfortunately common in Dayton Beach because our area is a popular motorcycle destination due to the mild weather and local attractions. It is also home to numerous annual biker events.
Our motorcycle accident lawyers in Daytona Beach have handled thousands of claims. In many cases, we have found that drivers could prevent most motorcycle accidents by consciously watching out for motorcycles. One of the common causes of a motorcycle collision with another vehicle is a left-turning driver failing to see a motorcycle that is going straight.
If you have lost a loved one due to someone else’s carelessness, our wrongful death attorneys in Daytona Beach can help your family file a wrongful death lawsuit to recover the losses your family has suffered from their death.
If your family member started a personal injury claim but did not survive long enough for the case to resolve, our Daytona Beach personal injury attorneys may be able to help you continue the case. This is known as a survival claim. While a wrongful death claim is a means to recoup your family’s losses, a survival claim is meant to recover the losses your loved one suffered.
Premises Liability Claims
If you are injured on someone else’s property, you may be able to hold the property owner liable for your injuries. To prevail in a premises liability claim, you must prove that the owner of the property was negligent. This is what our Daytona Beach personal injury lawyers help with.
Medical malpractice claims are complex cases that arise when health care providers cause injuries through medical negligence. Common medical errors include:
- Surgical errors
- Medication errors
- Anesthesia errors
- Failure to diagnose
- Delayed diagnosis
- Delayed treatment
- Inappropriate treatment
Not every personal injury lawyer in Daytona Beach can handle a medical malpractice case. These claims require a competent Daytona Beach medical malpractice lawyer with significant financial resources and experience handling medical malpractice cases.
We have won millions for clients in medical malpractice cases because we have the financial resources to go against large health care organizations and the experience to know how to win. Some of the leading medical experts in the nation work for us. Expert opinions are crucial to proving your case and maximizing your compensation.
What To Expect From Our Award-Winning Lawyers at Farah & Farah
When you have Team Farah on your side, you can expect us to go right to work dealing with the insurance company and negotiating damages.
If the insurance company refuses to pay reasonable compensation, we will file a lawsuit and continue negotiating for a fair and reasonable settlement. We will begin preparing your case from the beginning, so we will be ready to present a compelling one in court if the insurance company fails to do the right thing.
If the case goes to trial, you may be required to give a deposition, but we will prepare you and remain by your side through every step. We are committed to going as in-depth as you need to make you feel comfortable.
We maintain an open-door policy so you can reach your legal team at any time, and we will proactively keep you informed as your case progresses. Our Daytona Beach personal injury lawyers will always treat you with dignity, respect, and honesty.
Damages You Can Recover in a Personal Injury Lawsuit in Florida
Personal injury damages in Florida are monetary compensation for financial and subjective losses. These damages are categorized as economic and non-economic damages.
Economic damages are verifiable monetary losses, including lost wages, medical expenses, and property damage. Economic damages can be significant when an injury results in ongoing medical care and long-term disability. Anticipated future losses are included in your case value calculation. For example, if you are permanently unable to work, you could recover a lifetime of lost wages.
Non-economic damages are compensation for subjective losses related to how your injuries impact your quality of life. These damages are also known as pain and suffering.
If you have clear and convincing evidence of intentional misconduct or gross negligence by the person who injured you, you may be able to recover punitive damages. Such damages are awarded to punish the person who harmed you and deter future misconduct.
What Is the Statute of Limitations for a Personal Injury Claim in Florida?
The personal injury statute of limitations in Florida is two years from the date of the injury or the date you discovered the injury. However, it is important not to wait to contact a personal injury attorney in Daytona Beach. While some exceptions exist, and your attorney will need early access to valuable evidence before it is lost or destroyed.
We will need to interview witnesses while they recall clearly what they saw or heard. Video or still camera footage may be available if we retrieve it promptly. However, it’s essential to work quickly as many types of video footage are only stored for a specific amount of time.
If your lawsuit is not filed before the statute of limitations expires, you forfeit your right to file a claim and recover the compensation you deserve.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Answers to questions we frequently receive are provided below.
How Much Does It Cost To Hire a Lawyer?
Hiring a Daytona Beach personal injury attorney at Farah & Farah requires no upfront cost. After we successfully recover compensation for you, we charge a percentage of your recovery, which is disclosed to you upfront. If we fail to get you compensation, you owe us nothing.
Is There a Limit on Damages in Florida Personal Injury Cases?
Florida has no cap on economic or non-economic damages, but state law does limit punitive damages to $500,000 or three times the total of your economic and non-economic damages, whichever is greater.
How Long Does It Take To Receive Compensation?
The time required to recover compensation depends on the insurance company’s cooperation, the complexity of your case, and the amount you seek. It could take a few weeks to several months. If your case goes to trial, it could take a year or longer.
We understand how important it is to recover compensation quickly when you have been injured. Thus, our attorneys will help you seek presettlement funding options so you can survive financially while waiting for your case to resolve.
What Do I Have To Prove in a Personal Injury Claim?
To prevail in any personal injury case, you must prove:
- The defendant owed a duty of care.
- The defendant breached the duty of care.
- The breach of duty is the actual and proximate cause of your injury.
- The breach of duty caused you to suffer an injury.
A duty of care may be breached when a driver fails to pay attention or violates traffic laws. Healthcare providers breach the duty of care when they fail to treat you according to established medical standards. A property owner violates a duty of care by failing to remove safety hazards.
Contact Our Personal Injury Lawyers in Daytona Beach Today
If you have been hurt in an accident in Daytona Beach due to no fault of your own, you don’t have to face the process of pursuing compensation alone. At Farah & Farah, we’re here for you and here for good. We’ll help you at every stage of the process and protect your rights.
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