Port Charlotte Personal Injury Attorney

When someone else’s negligence injures you in Port Charlotte, you may be entitled to recover significant financial damages. A successful personal injury claim requires extensive case preparation, significant resources, access to experts, and legal knowledge. Our Port Charlotte personal injury lawyers have over 40 years of experience, and we are ready to fight for the compensation you deserve.

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If you or your loved one has suffered harm because of the carelessness of others, you shouldn’t be stuck paying the bill. You can count on our experienced personal injury attorneys in Port Charlotte to hold careless parties accountable. Contact us now to schedule a free case review.

Personal Injury Lawyers You Can Count on in Port Charlotte

We’ve protected clients and their families since 1979 and have recovered more than $2 billion in verdicts and settlements. Below are a few examples of our successful personal injury case results

Our results are no accident. We are a client-centric law firm committed to putting clients first. Our dedicated attorneys are driven by compassion, and we treat every client with dignity, honesty, and respect. Our former clients regularly send us unsolicited testimonials telling us they felt like family. We will treat you the same way.  

Although we are a small law firm in Port Charlotte, we have direct access to the support and resources of our larger Florida personal injury law firm. Therefore, you can expect big firm results while enjoying the personalized attention of a small office. Our caring legal team will keep you informed and answer your calls 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Contact us today to schedule a free consultation. 

How Can a Port Charlotte Personal Injury Attorney Help?

Call our trusted Port Charlotte personal injury law firm at (941) 291-0457 to set your case in motion. A personal injury claim is a multi-step process. 

A Free, Confidential Consultation

We will start with a free consultation at the location that works best for you and at a convenient time for you, even if it isn’t between nine and five.  

We will ask detailed questions about your accident and review your evidence. If we decide to proceed with your case, we will assign a team of dedicated lawyers, paralegals, and support staff to handle your claim and support you in every way possible. 

A Thorough Case Investigation

Regardless of what type of accident caused your injuries, our resourceful attorneys will perform a detailed forensic investigation. For a car accident, this may involve an accident reconstruction. In medical malpractice cases, we will compare the doctor’s actions to medical standards. In a slip and fall case, we will evaluate the causes and how it could have been prevented. 

The case investigation is our most important job because it will yield the evidence we need to prove your claim while helping us determine who is liable. The evidence we gather may include the following: 

Calculation of Your Case Value

When you file a personal injury claim, you must demand a specific amount of compensation. Without an experienced lawyer on your side, you could easily underestimate your long-term costs, undervalue your losses, and demand too little.  

Our experienced Port Charlotte personal injury lawyers will look at the complete picture and account for all your present and future losses. We will review your medical records, talk to your doctors, and consult medical and financial experts to ensure we don’t miss a single dollar. 

Your Personal Injury Insurance Claim

Most personal injury cases in Florida start with an insurance claim. If the insurance company agrees to pay the amount we calculated, we can resolve your case quickly. Unfortunately, insurance companies are more likely to offer less than you deserve or refuse to pay at all. 

If the insurance company refuses to compensate you fairly, we will file a civil lawsuit. We will then use our evidence and record of success as leverage to negotiate a settlement. If the insurance company refuses to offer a fair and reasonable settlement, we will take your case to trial. 

Your Full-Service Personal Injury Law Firm in Port Charlotte

No matter how you were injured, you can count on our skilled Port Charlotte personal injury attorneys to fight for the highest damages award available. 

Motor Vehicle Accidents

Our car accident lawyers in Port Charlotte can help you file your no-fault insurance claim. If you are severely injured, we can prove you qualify to file a claim against the other driver.  

Law enforcement and citizens alike have expressed concerns about the dangerous intersection at U.S. 41 and Chamberlain Boulevard, and heavy traffic throughout the Tamiami Trail can lead to serious accidents. In 2022, 1,897 people were injured and 38 died in crashes in Charlotte County. 

These deaths included seven pedestrians and seven motorcycle riders. Bikers and pedestrians are more vulnerable and more likely to experience severe injuries and death in accidents. Contact us now to talk to our Port Charlotte motorcycle accident lawyers or pedestrian accident lawyers. 

Truck traffic on Tamiami Trail and I-75 contributes significantly to traffic congestion in Southwest Florida, increasing the risk of accidents. Truck accident claims are more complex than other motor vehicle accident claims because large trucking companies are often liable. Our truck accident lawyers in Port Charlotte are ready to stand with you against these large companies. 

Slips and Falls

Property owners and businesses are legally obligated to keep their premises safe for visitors. You may be able to recover financial damages after slipping and falling on someone else’s property if you can prove that the property owner’s negligence contributed. Common causes of slips and falls include the following:

Our slip and fall lawyers in Port Charlotte know what it takes to prove a property owner was negligent. Contact us now for a free case review.  

Workplace Accidents

If you were injured at work, you most likely qualify for workers’ compensation, which provides partial wage replacement and medical care. Employers often fail to cooperate with workers’ compensation claims, putting injured employees in a difficult position. 

You can count on our Port Charlotte workers’ compensation lawyers to fight for the compensation you deserve, whether you are initiating a claim or appealing a denial. Contact us now to learn more about how we can help. 

Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice occurs when a health care provider causes harm after failing to follow medical standards. Medical malpractice cases are complex personal injury cases that should only be handled by an experienced Port Charlotte medical malpractice lawyer.  

We have been handling medical malpractice cases for over four decades, and our experience makes all the difference. If a health care provider’s negligence has harmed you, call us today at (941) 291-0457 and let us put our experience to work for you. 

All Other Injury Claims

Our Port Charlotte attorneys are ready to represent you, even if your accident was uncommon. If your injuries resulted from someone else’s negligence, we are here. Below are a few more examples of the types of claims we handle in Southwest Florida:

Damages You Can Recover in a Port Charlotte Personal Injury Claim

You may be able to recover the following damages in a personal injury claim:

If your family member tragically died because of someone else’s negligence, you may be able to recover economic, non-economic, and punitive damages in a wrongful death lawsuit. Recoverable damages include compensation for your loved one’s medical expenses, final expenses, and pain and suffering.  

Our Port Charlotte wrongful death lawyers can also help you recover compensation for your family’s emotional losses and the loss of your family member’s lifetime income had they survived. 

Time Is Running Out To File Your Port Charlotte Personal Injury Lawsuit

Florida’s personal injury statute of limitations imposes a deadline on personal injury claims. In most cases, this deadline is two years from the date of the injury, but this can vary. For example, injuries caused by medical malpractice are not always immediately discoverable. This may extend the statute of limitations. 

The statute of limitations may be shorter in some cases, such as when the at-fault party is a government agency. Thus, it is crucial to contact a Port Charlotte personal injury attorney as soon as possible after you are injured. 

Put Our Experience To Work for You

When you need a personal injury lawyer in Port Charlotte or surrounding areas, look no further than Team Farah. We help injured clients in Port Charlotte and throughout Charlotte County, including Punta Gorda, Harbour Heights, Charlotte Harbor, Charlotte Park, Manasota Key, Rotonda West, and Grove City.  

Call our experienced attorneys today at (941) 291-0457 or contact us online for a free consultation. 


You & Your Family Since 1979

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