Have You Suffered a Brain Injury in Orlando, FL? Our Attorneys Can Help

A traumatic brain injury (TBI) can create devastating problems for you and your family. Brain injuries can occur anytime and have long-lasting side effects, putting them among the most serious injuries you can experience in an accident. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that over 223,000 people were hospitalized with traumatic brain injuries in 2019. Over 64,000 people died from TBI in 2020.

 

If you experience a TBI, you may experience thought or memory impairment, vision or hearing loss, anxiety, personality changes, and more complications. The accident fallout can worsen if you have trouble filing an insurance claim or getting compensation from the parties responsible for your injuries.

 

Farah & Farah’s brain injury lawyers in Orlando have over 40 years of experience seeking justice for TBI victims. If you’ve suffered a brain injury, call us at 407-329-5054 to schedule a free, no-obligation case review.

What is a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)?

Florida Heath’s Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Program defines a traumatic brain injury as damage to the skull and brain caused by an external trauma that results in an altered consciousness or deficit to one’s physical, motor, sensory, or behavioral functioning.

 

TBIs can either be:

 

Closed injury: this occurs when the brain strikes the inside of the skull.

 

Open injury: this means the head is penetrated by an external object.

According to the CDC, males are two times more likely than females to be hospitalized and three times more like to die from a TBI. People 75 years and older also have the highest hospitalization and death rates from TBI.

Common Causes of Brain Injuries

Brain injuries often result from an impact to the victim’s head. The impact can happen during different accidents, including:

The Orlando brain injury attorneys at Farah & Farah have the resources and experience needed to investigate your accident and hold those responsible to account. For over four decades, we have built a winning record for our clients.

Brain Injury Effects and Symptoms

Brain injuries can cause short and long-term deficits in cognition, memory, sensory skills, and motor skills. Your recovery time will depend on the severity of your injury. 

 

If you are a victim of TBI in Florida, you may experience:

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How a Brain Injury Lawyer in Orlando, FL Can Help

At Farah & Farah, we offer our services on a contingency-fee-basis, meaning you don’t pay anything unless we win. When you have a Farah & Farah brain injury lawyer on your side, you can be sure we will:

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Contact Our Orlando Brain Injury Attorneys Today

Suffering a traumatic brain injury can lead to catastrophic consequences. At Farah & Farah, we understand the difficult time you may be experiencing. We are ready to provide you with the dedicated legal support you need while you recover and get your life back.

 

Hiring a brain injury lawyer can increase your chances of successfully winning justice from those responsible for your injuries.

 

Contact us at 407-329-5054 to schedule a free, no-obligation case review.