Florida & Georgia Bicycle Accident Lawyers
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Have you been injured in a bicycle accident that was caused by someone else? If you or a loved one in Florida or Georgia have sustained injuries in a bicycle accident, Farah & Farah understands the struggle you are going through. Battling back from injury takes time, patience, and in most cases, money.
Let our bicycle accident lawyers handle the distractions for you, standing up to insurance companies and fighting for the compensation you deserve to pay your medical bills and get your life back on track. Call (904) 549-6434 and get your free, confidential consultation right away to construct the best bicycle accident claim possible.
At Farah & Farah, we will work toward getting compensation for your medical bills, for lost wages, future earnings, property damage and any emotional pain and suffering you’ve been through. When you work with us, we will:
Working with an attorney with experience in handling bicycle accident claims adds credence to your case, helping you gather the best facts possible for a favorable outcome. We understand what you are going through, and are willing to do what’s needed to get you the compensation you deserve. When you work with the team at Farah & Farah, you can get help for cases involving:
Head injuries are among the most serious when it comes to bike accidents in Florida or Georgia, but cyclists are at risk for many others, including:
Statistically, cyclists in Florida have a higher chance of being killed while riding than in any other state. Per capita, the rate is close to 60 percent higher than the next highest state. Year-round warm weather means that cyclists are out on the road more than in some other states, but other reasons include:
Don’t allow yourself to be a victim of another person’s negligence. We want to help you recover damages for your bicycle accident so you can focus on the healing process. Let us do all the heavy lifting and focus on your recovery and have ultimate peace of mind. Contact us today.