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Have a Head or Brain Injury in South Florida

And Looking For The Right Brain Injury Lawyer to Aggressively Represent You to Ensure You Are Fully Compensated for Losses, Suffering, and Injuries?

South Florida Brain Injury Cases

Traumatic head and brain injuries are serious injuries to the head often resulting in severe and permanent damage to the brain. Over 1.4 million people experience a traumatic brain injury (TBI) each year. A brain injury affects the individual first: with potential long-term effects such as memory loss and personality changes and can include symptoms such as partial paralysis, sensory loss of sight, speech or hearing and can impact everything from mobility to ability to participate in activities of daily living.

Don’t Waste Time With Anyone Else. Call Us First, And We Will Help You Seek Fair And Just Compensation.

Brain injuries can occur due to a variety of situations
such as:

  • Oxygen deprivation
  • Vehicle accidents
  • Exposure to toxic substances
  • Physical traumas due to falls, dropped objects or projectiles
  • Even untreated infections

Why Choose Cohen & Juda To Represent You:

  • Free Consultation
  • We Handle All Types of Injury and Accident Cases
  • Highly Experienced – Helping South Florida Clients Since 1999
  • Mr. Cohen or Mr. Juda Can Come to You to Sign up Your Case
  • No Attorney Fees or Costs Unless We Win Your Case
  • Fees Negotiable on Larger Cases
  • Relentlessly and Aggressively Working for You
  • We Take Cases Throughout Florida And The U.S.
  • Available 7 Days a Week
  • Already Have a Lawyer? Let us Provide You a 2nd Opinion on Your Case

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Don’t Waste Time With Anyone Else. Call Us First, And We Will Help You Seek Fair And Just Compensation.

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Statute Of Limitations For Personal Injury In Florida

Florida law has different statutes of limitations which affect the amount of time you have to file your claim. The time limits are based on the type of case you have. The law has recently changed. We encourage you to contact an attorney immediately to find out how the Statute of Limitations may affect your negligence, medical malpractice, nursing home neglect or wrongful death claim.

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