Car Accident Lawyers Serving Florida and Georgia


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All car accidents are serious. Even minor collisions can lead to costly car repairs, medical treatment, and lingering injuries. Stress and financial costs associated with car accidents can quickly spiral out of control. Without a car accident attorney, you may find yourself left holding the bag without anyone to help you.

You don’t have to go through it alone. Farah & Farah’s Florida and Georgia car accident lawyers will provide you and your family with the support you deserve during this scary, trying time.

The aftermath of a car accident can be intimidating and confusing. You may need help knowing what to do after an accident. If you or a loved one was involved in a severe car accident, contact us as soon as you are able.  

Call the Farah & Farah’s auto accident attorneys at (877) 245-6707 today and let our dedicated personal injury team stand up for you.

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What to Expect From Our Car Accident Attorneys

We are passionate about protecting car accident victims. A car accident may be one of the most distressing events to ever happen to you. In addition to tremendous psychological shock, you may experience severe pain during your recovery.

You may feel like you are at your wit’s end as you try to put your life back together. Our ​​car accident lawyers in Florida and Georgia know how you feel and we will dedicate ourselves to helping you through this difficult time.

Our biggest concern is your well-being. We will leverage the laws of Florida and Georgia to protect your rights. 

Our compassionate auto accident attorneys and staff accomplish this by utilizing our full breadth of knowledge and experience to take care of everything you need through the car accident process, including: 

  1. Finding a doctor to properly treat any injuries you may have suffered

  2. Obtaining a rental vehicle and assisting with property damage if your vehicle was damaged

  3. Gathering all the evidence necessary, such as photographic proof, witness testimony, and police reports to fight for a maximum claim on your behalf

  4. Hiring experts necessary to fight for your case

  5. Dealing with insurance companies to prevent intimidation tactics and lowball offers

  6. Handling any and all paperwork required to properly file your car accident claim

  7. Taking your claim to trial, if necessary, to facilitate the compensation you need to make a full recovery

At Farah & Farah, our car accident lawyers want the same thing as you. And we will argue on your behalf to fight for a financial settlement to tilt the scales back in your favor.


On paper, dealing with a car accident claim seems like a fairly straightforward process. We know that a “simple” claims process can turn complicated, intimidating, and exhausting quickly.


Even basic accident claims involve:

  1. Building a case to present in a claim, which may include obtaining witness testimonies, photos of the incident, and any other evidence to substantiate your claim
  2. Seeking estimates and bills from medical providers, auto repair shops, and other establishments necessary to build a case for proper compensation
  3. Handling property damage and obtaining a rental vehicle if your car was damaged in the accident
  4. Communicating with the other party who may be reluctant or otherwise uncooperative throughout the process
  5. Negotiating with bad faith insurance companies who are in the business of minimizing claims to maximize their own profit

Car accidents victims are expected to take care of this process on top of the added stress of being injured, spending time in the hospital, and/or missing time from work. That’s simply not fair to car accident victims – and that’s why we are here to help you get through it together.

Farah & Farah’s Florida and Georgia car accident lawyers can help you coordinate:

Handling Time-Sensitive Deadlines

When you are seeking compensation after an accident, there are many time-sensitive items. For example, each state has different deadline requirements for reporting your car accident. Reporting deadlines change depending on the state laws where your wreck occurred. Also, some insurance policies adhere to timely notification requirements. 


Timely notification requirements assert that if a victim doesn’t file their claim on time — or with appropriate, often hard-to-understand legalese — then the victim automatically loses their ability to make a claim. Regardless of who was at fault or extent of the victim’s injury, your case can be forfeited. Failure to handle these deadline requirements appropriately can compromise your case. 

Conducting a Proper Investigation

Crucial evidence can disappear after an accident. This evidence includes assets like witness testimony, accident scene photographs, and security camera footage. Eyewitness testimony can be a powerful asset, but many people begin to forget key details of an accident as time passes. Additionally, road conditions and the accident site can often change. For example, road construction or driving conditions may not be the same later.

Dealing with Penny Pinching Insurance Companies

Many victims are surprised to learn that insurance companies don’t always act in the best interest of their clients. Sometimes the insurance company will offer you a lowball sum in the hopes that you will go away. 

Your insurance may try to negotiate out of rewarding you a fair settlement. Instead of providing the comprehensive support you need, these companies will try to get you to settle for less than you deserve. You need someone on your side to fight for your health and well-being.

Contact Farah & Farah today. We have experience handling car accident cases for all types of people. Trust our car accident attorneys to meet legal and contractual deadlines, preserve critical evidence, and negotiate with the insurance company.

We Have Experience Handling Claims with all Major Insurers

The car accident lawyers at Farah & Farah has experience with all of the major insurers in Florida and Georgia, including:

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We also have experience working with local services insurances like Florida Farm Bureau Insurance or Peachstate Auto Insurance. Regardless of their size, we have the experience you need to deal with any insurance company. 

We recognize that the insurance companies are for-profit companies that do not want to hand over large payouts to you. Our car accident lawyers work tirelessly to ensure they uphold their end of the bargain when it comes to paying you what you deserve.

Our Car Accident Lawyers Want to Increase Your Chances of Recovery

We know that spending more money is the last thing you want to do after a car accident. At Farah & Farah, we provide valuable representation and counsel on a contingency fee basis. That means your initial upfront cost is $0, and we only collect legal fees if we successfully win your case.

We know firsthand what you are going through. As one of the most trusted ​​car accident lawyers in Florida and Georgia, we have helped many people secure compensation for their pain and suffering. Our compassionate attorneys are committed to getting you the justice you deserve. 

We’re not here to take advantage of you or your wallet at such a financially troubling time. That’s why you never have to pay directly for any of our costs throughout your car accident claim

We understand just how devastating a car accident can be – and although we can’t take away your pain and suffering, we can give you the support you need to fight for the compensation you deserve.

The Georgia and Florida car accident attorneys at Farah & Farah will champion your case. Call us 24/7 at (877) 245-6707 for a free, no-obligation case review. We are here to help you in your time of need.

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Learn More About Car Accident Cases

Car accidents affect millions of people each year across Florida and Georgia. Car accident victims are put in the unfair position of dealing with the consequences of someone else’s negligence. 

Check out our related resources for more answers to frequently asked questions about car accidents: 

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