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Orlando Brain Injury Attorney

Brain injuries can have a dramatic, long-lasting impact on your life. At Farah & Farah, we understand the emotional and financial burdens that are associated with brain injuries and are here to help you the best way we can.

Medical bills, lost wages, and dealing with insurance companies can add stress to an already life-changing situation. Our Orlando brain injury lawyers are committed to alleviating that stress on your behalf, so you can focus on recovery.

Call today at (407) 329-5054 for a free and confidential consultation. We’re ready to answer any questions you might have, so you can get the financial relief you need to take care of you and your family.

What Our Orlando Brain Injury Attorneys Can Do For You

When you choose Farah & Farah, every aspect of your brain injury case will be handled by our Orlando personal injury attorneys. We will work hard to fight for your rights, so you have more time to focus on your recovery. Our process includes:

  • Finding the right doctor to properly treat and document your brain injury.
  • Negotiating medical bills, so you receive more money when we win your case.
  • Completing all paperwork from insurance companies and medical providers.
  • Fight for the maximum possible verdict or settlement without charging you until we win.

Different Types of Brain Injury

Acquired brain injury is an injury that occurs to the brain on a cellular level, which results in swelling or lack of oxygen. An acquired brain injury may result from strokes, heart attacks, brain aneurysm, a brain tumor, substance abuse, asphyxiation or certain infectious diseases.

A traumatic brain injury or TBI occurs when an external physical force or trauma results in brain dysfunction. Some causes of traumatic brain injuries include auto accidents, slip and fall accidents, physical assaults and sports injuries.

Potential Effects of Severe TBI

Suffering a severe brain injury is associated with loss of consciousness for more than 30 minutes, and memory loss longer than 24 hours. The severity of symptoms ranges from impairment of cognitive function to comatose states.

Survivors may have limited function of arms or legs, abnormal speech or language, loss of cognitive ability or emotional problems. The range of injuries and the degree of recovery varies on an individual basis.

The effects of TBI are profound, and some individuals are left in long-term unresponsive states. Even with mild TBI, the consequences to a person’s life can be dramatic. Changes in brain function can have a dramatic impact on family life, job performance, social and community interaction.

Can I bring a brain injury lawsuit on behalf of a loved one?

If you have a loved one that has suffered a brain injury and they are no longer able to make decisions about their own well being, you may be able to file a lawsuit on their behalf. We know how challenging it must be to end up in this situation, which is why our brain injury attorneys in Orlando are here to help you go over your options and help you fight for your loved one’s rights.  

Contact Farah & Farah Today for a Free Consultation

If you or a loved one is suffering from a brain injury, we would love the opportunity to hear your story and help you determine if filing a lawsuit is the best course of action. We understand that you’re already dealing with a life-changing event, but we’re here to provide you with the information you need to feel confident about your future finances.

Contact us for a free consultation today.