If you’ve been hurt in an accident in Georgia, we’re here to listen.
At Farah & Farah, we understand how vulnerable, frustrated and hurt you may feel following an accident that led to your serious injury. With medical bills piling up, insurance claims to file and the investigation of your accident pending, additional stress can add to your struggle when all you need to do is heal.
Since 1979, our Savannah personal injury attorneys have helped clients just like you. We have the knowledge, experience, and resources to produce optimal results for your personal injury claim. Our fees are contingent on success, meaning we’ll only charge you fees if we win your case.
Call us today at (877) 245-6707 for a free and confidential consultation. We’re here to listen to you, learn about how the incident has impacted you and your family, and answer any questions you might have so you can help you get the relief you need.
What to Expect from Our Savannah Personal Injury Attorneys
When you choose Farah & Farah, your case is treated with care. Our attorneys are dedicated to handling every aspect of your case, so you can focus on your recovery and spending time with your loved ones. Examples of what our team can do for you include:
- Finding the right doctors for properly treating, rehabilitating and documenting your injury.
- Managing stacks of paperwork from insurance companies and medical providers.
- Hiring experts, gathering evidence, and performing a comprehensive investigation of the incident.
- Fighting for the maximum fair value of your case, so you take home more money.
Savannah Personal Injury Practice Areas
Committed to You And Your Case.
How Much Does a Personal Injury Attorney Charge?
At Farah & Farah, our Savannah injury attorneys provide valuable counsel and representation on a contingency fee basis. This means that we invest in you and your case, while your upfront cost remains at $0. Simply put, we only charge you legal fees if we successfully win your case.
Through our contingency fee policy, our legal fees are dependent on the amount of money awarded in the case. This way, we’re determined to get the maximum verdict or settlement in your case.