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There’s a lot to love about Ocala. From world-class equestrian centers in the heart of “horse country” to the crystal clear waters of nearby Silver Springs, our region’s natural beauty makes it a top destination for equestrians, campers and cyclists. There’s also plenty more who visit to experience Ocala’s deep history, great shopping and awesome local eateries.

However, the growing number of tourists means more traffic and a higher chance of experiencing a serious accident or injury. When you need an auto accident or personal injury attorney in Ocala, our team stands ready to take on the insurance giants, the trucking companies, or the business owners that were negligent. 

Contact our local team of Ocala lawyers for a free case evaluation. For driving directions, use the interactive map on this page, call us at (352) 205-4023, or click here.

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Do You Have a Personal Injury Case?

After being injured in an accident, you may be dealing with a lot of confusion and tough questions, including the question of whether you have a legal claim for compensation. That answer will largely depend on the specifics of your unique situation, but in general, you’ll need to prove your injury was the result of someone else’s negligence.

More specifically, in the state of Florida, you must prove:

Why Hire an Ocala Personal Injury Lawyer for Your Case?

The sooner you can contact an experienced personal injury lawyer in Ocala after your accident, the better. That’s because Florida’s statute of limitations set a limit of four years from the original incident to file a claim.

Beyond this timing element, there’s a long list of ways our expert attorneys can help increase your chances of receiving justice and fair compensation. As your trusted partner, we’ll provide the resources and know-how you need to navigate a very complex situation. That includes gathering evidence, asking the right questions, and dealing with insurance companies who will try to bully you into a lowball settlement.

Can You Afford a Personal Injury Lawyer in Ocala, FL?

A common misconception is that personal injury lawyers only help those who can afford to pay for legal services out of pocket, but that couldn’t be further from the truth.

We believe that everyone deserves access to a high-quality Ocala injury lawyer, so we work on a contingency basis where you only pay if we win your case. After all, you shouldn’t have to worry about money when someone else’s negligence has disrupted your life.

What Is the Statute of Limitations Deadline for Your Personal Injury Case?

The statute of limitations simply means that there is a time limit for taking legal action after an injury-causing accident. If you’ve suffered due to someone else’s negligence in Ocala, then in most cases, Florida’s statute of limitations sets a deadline of up to two years for wrongful death lawsuits and four years for injury lawsuits. There are some exceptions involving government entities or medical malpractice that may shorten or lengthen this timeframe, depending on the situation.

With that in mind, we recommend you contact our team of Ocala attorneys ASAP for a free case review. We don’t want to see anyone denied justice due to deadlines they may not be aware of!

Will the Law Offices of Farah & Farah Support My Ocala Personal Injury Case?

Our attorneys in Ocala work on all types of personal injury cases, so we can be a valuable asset in many different scenarios. Some of the most common case types include:

Why Might Farah & Farah Not Take Your Case?

While we hope to represent every Floridian who has been the victim of negligence and injustice, there are some situations where we likely won’t be able to help. That could include instances where:

Of course, every situation is unique, so we can’t rule anything out until you request a free case review from our Ocala personal injury attorneys.

What Should You Expect From Our Ocala Personal Injury Attorneys During Your Case?

When the Ocala personal injury lawyers at Farah & Farah take on your case, you can expect them to pursue justice with care, attention to detail, and dogged determination. That means help with:

We proudly stand by our record of earning millions of dollars in compensation for our clients, and we’re prepared to represent Ocala locals in many different types of cases. 

All you have to do to get started is contact us today for your free case evaluation.

What Is the Process for Starting Your Ocala Personal Injury Case?

Getting started is as simple as contacting the Ocala personal injury attorneys at Farah & Farah for a free case review. We will conduct due diligence on your case to determine if we can take it on, and if so, we’ll then assign you a legal team. From there, we will:

Will Your Attorney Need To Collect Evidence To Support Your Case?

If you decide to pursue a legal claim for injuries caused by another’s negligence, you will need compelling evidence to increase your chances of success. Fortunately, you can help your case by following our recommended next steps after an accident and documenting as much as possible.

Of course, our team of Ocala personal injury lawyers are also experts at collecting evidence. They will work to uncover and document items such as:

Who Is Liable in Your Ocala Personal Injury Case?

Due to the complex nature of liability, hiring an Ocala accident attorney is often the best way to fight for fair compensation.

While you may think your accident was a clear-cut situation, there are often multiple parties involved who share varying amounts of liability (possibly including yourself). For example, determining liability in a rear-end accident between two cars is more likely to be straightforward than a case involving a slip-and-fall on premises, where multiple factors and parties may have contributed to the accident.

Also, Florida operates under the concept of “pure comparative negligence,” which means the amount of damages you are owed can be reduced by the percentage of liability that you share. Let’s say you were injured by a driver who ran a red light, but you were going slightly over the speed limit. In this example, the court might determine you share 10 percent of the liability and reduce the compensation you are owed by 10 percent.

What Can You Do To Protect the Value of Your Ocala Injury Case?

Far too often, we see potential clients undermine their own claim by not taking the right actions after an accident. Here are a few things you should do to help maximize the value of any potential claims:

What Damages Can You Collect in Your Ocala Injury Case?

Ultimately, the nature and severity of your injuries and the resulting financial losses will play a large role in determining what damages you may be able to recover in a personal injury claim. Our lawyers in Ocala will examine every possible avenue as they build your case and determine a fair settlement offer. Potential damages include:

How Is the Value of Damages Determined for Your Claim?

When determining a value amount for the types of damages described in the section above, it’s important to consider the past, present, and future. Our team of Ocala personal injury lawyers will construct a comprehensive view of how your injury has affected you thus far (and possibly changed the trajectory of your life due to long-term injuries).

That might include tallying up all your medical costs so far plus estimated future costs related to your injuries, evaluating the total impact of missed work plus your ability to earn wages in the future, or assigning values to less tangible concepts such as pain and mental suffering.

What Are Your Legal Options With an Uninsured, Negligent Party?

Suffering a personal injury due to another person’s negligence is always a difficult and stressful experience, and that effect is only compounded when the party is underinsured or uninsured. In that situation, typically the first step is to turn to your own insurance and see if your individual policy’s uninsured motorist coverage provides sufficient compensation.

If that step proves insufficient, you may be able to file a lawsuit directly against the other party. Unfortunately, drivers without adequate insurance often don’t have the money or assets to justify pursuing a case, but you may be able to recoup some losses. In any case, it’s a good idea to contact an Ocala injury lawyer at Farah & Farah to review your case and determine the best path forward.

Contact The Law Offices of Farah & Farah to Start Your Ocala Personal Injury Case Today

Suffering a personal injury due to another person’s negligence is a traumatic experience that you should not have to navigate alone. At Farah & Farah, our Ocala personal injury attorneys have got your back with an in-depth understanding of Florida statutes and Marion County ordinances.

With both the skills and the resources to chart the best path forward for our clients, we’re prepared to take the case all the way to the Marion County Courthouse when it’s necessary. In fact, with offices just minutes from the courthouse steps, our team’s fight for justice runs 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Contact us today to ask questions, get answers, and start the road to recovery with an Ocala law firm that can get you the help you need to recover. Contact us however is most convenient – by telephone at (352) 205-4023, via the contact form below, or through our website.

Being “Client-First” Means Putting Communities First in Ocala

At Farah and Farah Ocala, our team is encouraged to seek out and actively participate in the community initiatives that matter the most to them and where they see they can do the most good in their communities. While our team of Ocala attorneys and legal support staff participate in a variety of these initiatives, one of our proudest commitments to our local community comes in the form of our Empowering Greatness Scholarship.

This scholarship recognizes students that have made a lasting commitment towards bettering their communities by helping this next generation of leaders realize a more economically-feasible path to college. Ocala Vanguard High School graduate Cheyenne Diaz won a scholarship to study Political Science at the University of South Florida this fall.


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