Bryan Farr Health Lawyers (“BFH”) provides full-service representation to individuals, and businesses in a variety of practice areas. We focus on both litigation and transactional matters for health and healthcare matters, Personal Injury, Medical Malpractice Defense, Veteran’s law, Elder Law, Nursing License Defense and Employment Law.
BFH upholds the highest standards in client satisfaction. Furthermore, our client engagements are premised on excellence, quality, prompt responsiveness and professionalism. Our clients are provided with honest counsel that fosters growth, confidence and success based on what is best for their situation.
Our solutions-driven approach combined with our persistence as advocates, places our clients’ interests at the forefront of all client engagement. Hence, we are non-judgmental, extend culturally competent service, and find resources that are consistent with the client’s needs. We pride ourselves in offering clients a high level of service and are committed to the principles of honesty, integrity and professionalism.
Our practical, results-oriented, process is simple.
1. Contact our office by phone, email or by using our website enquiry form. When making your initial contact with us, it is always best that you provide us with enough information about your matter so that we can identify all possible options available to you.
2. Meet with us for your initial consultation where you will be able to get to know us and discuss how we can help you. Our initial consultations can occur over the phone or by using video conferencing software (such as Zoom or Microsoft Teams).
3. Once we have all the information we need from you, we will be able to provide you with legal option(s), including the processes available to resolve your matter.
Our firm proudly extends our expertise and services to clients which reflect the diversity of our population. Our non-judgmental approach engenders trust from all people groups, and all sectors of society.
Our attorneys have both legal and medical backgrounds. They have worked as healthcare leaders and medical professionals before becoming lawyers, so they have a practical and comprehensive knowledge of the issues that affect your healthcare matters.