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Florida Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyers

If you or a loved one has recently suffered from a brain injury, you may be feeling uncertain about the future. You are wondering how your life is going to change, if you will be able to work again, and if you will make a full recovery. You are seeing medical bills pile up and trying to figure out how to pay them is a headache you don’t need.

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At Farah & Farah, we know the turmoil you are feeling. Our Florida personal injury attorneys have been helping clients with brain injuries recover damages since 1979 and we want to do the same for you. We will ease your burden by helping you receive medical treatment, deal with insurance companies and do everything we can fight for you and your loved one.

How Can the TBI Attorneys at Farah & Farah Help?

Our attorneys are passionate about the work we do and we use that passion to fight for you. You will quickly come to realize that your care and recovery after the accident is as important to us.

Our team will:

Florida Brain Injury Statistics

According to data from 2013, traumatic brain injuries (TBI) accounted for 3,731 deaths and another 19,170 hospitalizations in the state of Florida. For those non-fatal brain injuries, the median charge for hospitalization was just over $46,000, with the average stay being three days. This does not include any on-going medical care, physical therapy, lost wages and other costs associated with suffering a brain injury.

Accidents Leading to a Brain Injury

Brain injuries can fall into one of two main categories; traumatic brain injury (TBI) and acquired brain injury (ABI). The causes for each of these are different, but each one results in brain dysfunction that can affect your quality of life.

A traumatic brain injury is usually the result of physical trauma by an external force. This can include:

An acquired brain injury is typically caused at the cellular level, resulting in lack of oxygen to the brain or pressure and swelling. The causes can include:

  • Heart attack
  • Stroke
  • Brain aneurysms
  • Substance abuse
  • Brain tumors
  • Certain illnesses
  • Poisoning
  • Asphyxiation

Long-Term Implications & Treatment Options for Brain Injuries

There are severe consequences that can stem from a brain injury. Depending on its severity, it can also lead to death. Should someone survive the incident, pervasive health issues can surface. Some of these long-term cognitive problems can include attention deficits, personality changes, mood swings, difficulty thinking, abnormal speech or loss of language and many other issues. For some, it can also lead to more significant consequences such as loss of movement and functioning of limbs or a comatose state.

As far as treatment options, this varies based on the severity of the injury. However, it can include prescribed ways to manage the pain, accompanied by management and monitoring of the symptoms. It can also involve rehabilitative care that aids to restore proper functions for your daily life.

What You Can Expect with Farah & Farah's Florida Brain Injury Lawyers

The main focus of any client-lawyer relationship at Farah & Farah is to establish a rapport based on honesty, trust, and compassion. We spend a great deal of time getting to know you, understanding the depth of your injuries, and comprehending the crucial impact it has had on your daily life.

With our services you can expect to receive the following:

Following a brain injury, recovering from it is very challenging. The emotional turmoil it presents, not to mention the physical devastation it poses is discouraging. It completely alters your outlook on life, often leaving you feeling lost and discouraged.

At Farah & Farah, we are adamant on helping you to regain your life and begin focusing on restoring happiness and financial stability to your daily living. Contact us today for a free consultation.

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