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Find justice in the midst of tragedy
Compassionate representation after your loss
If you’ve lost a loved one, you may feel helpless, confused, and frustrated. The pain of the tragedy is immense. What makes it worse is that someone else’s negligence, carelessness, or reckless behavior contributed to the fatal circumstance.
A wrongful death lawsuit will not relieve emotional pain. However, it can provide monetary compensation for funeral expenses, medical bills, lost earnings, lost inheritance, and other financial hardships.
At Farah & Farah, we know that pursuing a lawsuit isn’t the easiest thing to do. But in many cases, it’s the right thing to do.
When you’ve lost a loved one in an incident where someone else is at fault, a wrongful death lawsuit can help secure the financial support you deserve.
Your advocate during the most difficult moments
At Farah & Farah, we understand that this may be the most painful event in your life. When our attorneys pursue your wrongful death case, we demonstrate patience, understanding, and respect.
We know that you may not have the emotional strength for a legal battle, which is why we go through all the motions of pursuing a claim or lawsuit for you.
If someone else’s actions contributed to the death of your relative in Florida or Georgia, we can help you:
- Investigate the incident and determine fault
- Collect evidence and build a case
- Negotiate medical bills resulting from the incident, to lighten your financial burden
- Recover funeral expenses, lost wages, and even lost inheritance
- Pay all outstanding hospital bills resulting from the incident
- Complete and file all necessary paperwork with hospitals, insurance companies, and other institutions
- Get the justice your family deserves
We charge $0.00 out-of-pocket for our services.
At Farah & Farah, we don’t charge you unless we win your case. If we lose, you don’t owe us anything.
There is zero risk in giving us a call. We assume the financial risk, so you don’t have to.
Our fees only come from the settlement or verdict after your victory. When we take your case, that means we’re determined to win it for you.