Georgia Traumatic Brain Injury Lawyers
If you or a loved one suffered a brain injury, you may face a long and uncertain recovery time, mounting financial difficulties from lost income and expensive treatment bills, and emotional distress from the circumstances of the injury and potential for long-term complications. The attorneys at Farah & Farah understand how devastating brain injuries can be, and we can help you recover after a brain injury caused by negligence. Contact us today to schedule a free case evaluation with our attorneys.
We’ve been helping families in Georgia like yours with brain injury claims. Our brain injury lawyers have the experience, resources, and knowledge to help alleviate stress, so you can focus on care and recovery. We never charge you a penny unless we win your case, so there is no financial pressure.
We offer free and confidential consultations. Call us today at (912) 452-8110. We’re ready to support you and help you get the financial relief you need to continue caring for your family.
What You Can Expect When You Work With Farah & Farah
When you choose Farah & Farah, our Georgia personal injury attorneys will handle every part of your case. We’re devoted to finding the highest compensation you deserve to cover the medical bills, rehabilitation costs and lifelong care you need. Our team will:
Ultimately, we want to help you recover after you or a loved one suffered a brain injury. These injuries can involve long-term recovery and even permanent disability, interfering with you or your loved one’s ability to work in the future.
Damages Available After a Brain Injury in Georgia
Simply put, a case is worth the amount of damages inflicted on you. These include past & future medical expenses, rehabilitation and disability costs, lost earnings and lost earning capacity.
Human damages can also be claimed but are more difficult to calculate. These include mental anguish, pain & suffering, loss of enjoyment of life and inconvenience.
In order to conclude what damages you’re entitled to, our attorneys at Farah & Farah will work with you to determine your possible maximum compensation. We work on a contingency fee basis, which means you have no upfront costs in your case. We’ll use our resources and experience to evaluate the damages owed to you, submit your claim and only charge you fees if we win your case.
Proving Liability for a Brain Injury
Sometimes liability for a brain injury is immediately clear whereas other cases may involve more complicated liability issues. Your Farah & Farah legal team can help you identify the liable party or parties in your claim, assess the total cost of all your related damages and help you manage your personal finances and other issues for the duration of your case so you can focus on your recovery.
Brain injuries can have wildly varying effects. Two people could potentially suffer similar brain injuries and experience vastly different symptoms. Correctly assessing the long-term implications of a brain injury may involve months of tests and screenings and other medical procedures.
Levels of TBI
All brain injuries are unique, and injuries depend on the type and amount of force of impact. Although they can affect different areas of the brain in separate ways, the levels of traumatic brain injuries (TBI) can be broken down into three categories.
Contact Farah & Farah Today for a Free Consultation
Georgia places a statute of limitations on most personal injury claims, and this may seem like a long time, but the legal process is complex and time-consuming. It is essential to work quickly for a brain injury claim, but it is also crucial to avoid filing legal action prematurely before you understand the full scope of your damages.
The attorneys at Farah & Farah can help you make sense of a stressful and frustrating situation and help start your journey toward recovery. If you or a loved one suffered any brain injury due to the negligent actions of another party in Georgia, contact our firm today to schedule a free case evaluation and learn more about your options for legal recourse.