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This Web site is an informational resource that aspires to educate the public on the dangers of farming and farm-related injuries and to assist people who may have already been injured on a farm. The Web site is sponsored by The Michael Brady Lynch Firm, a law firm concentrating in complex product liability and personal injury litigation. The Farm Injury Resource Center is not responsible for any third-party content that may be accessed through this Web site. Further, the Farm Injury Resource Center does not endorse any of the companies or opinions listed in or linked to or from the Web site. The Farm Injury Resource Center does not accept or host any online advertising.

By filling out a form on this site, you are requesting to be contacted by Farm Injury Resource Center personnel. The personnel assist visitors with a variety of issues affecting those suffering from farm-related injuries and accidents, including recommending law firms to discuss your legal rights as they relate to farm injuries. Information submitted to the Farm Injury Resource Center will not be shared, sold or provided to any third party unless you expressly authorize us to do so on your behalf.

The Farm Injury Resource Center strives to maintain the most up-to-date information about farm-related injuries. In discussion of farm-related injuries and types of injury, the information provided on the Farm Injury Resource Center Web site is designed to support, not replace, the relationship that exists between a patient and his/her healthcare provider. Nothing on the this Web site should be taken as medical advice, but instead the Web site should be considered as a resource for providing general information that may be useful to the general public. All visitors are encouraged to consult with a physician or other licensed medical professional for any form of medical advice.

The information contained in the Web site should not be construed as legal advice, an offer to perform legal services, or an offer to create an attorney-client relationship. The content of this Web site contains general information and may not reflect current legal developments or issues pertaining to a visitor’s specific circumstances. Recipients of content from this site should not act or refrain from acting on the basis of any content included in the site without seeking appropriate legal advice from a licensed attorney. ¬†Further, retention of legal services cannot be achieved through any contact with the Farm Injury Resource Center. In order to retain legal services, you must directly contract with an attorney licensed to practice law.

The Farm Injury Resource Center is sponsored by The Michael Brady Lynch Firm, with offices at 1675 Lakemont Ave., Suite 106, Orlando, FL 32814. The Michael Brady Lynch Firm concentrates on complex products liability and personal injury litigation. If you indicate to the Farm Injury Resource Center your desire to speak with an attorney about your legal rights, the attorney may recommend various law firms with experience in farm injury claims. Recommendations may include law firms from around the country including The Michael Brady Lynch Firm; however, you are under no obligation to retain The Michael Brady Lynch Firm or any other law firm. If you decide to retain The Michael Brady Lynch Firm for the handling of your legal claims, The Michael Brady Lynch Firm may utilize experienced co-counsel (at no additional cost) to assist in the prosecution of your claims. If a Farm Injury Resource Center-recommended law firm is retained, The Michael Brady Lynch Firm may co-counsel and assist with the prosecution of the claim at no additional cost to you. The Michael Brady Lynch Firm handles cases on a contingency fee basis, and there are no costs or fees charged to the client unless a recovery is made.

Information should not be sent to The Michael Brady Lynch Firm or any other law firm through this Web site. Transmissions to the Farm Injury Resource Center, in part or in whole, and/or communication with the Farm Injury Resource Center via Internet or e-mail through this Web site does not constitute or create an attorney-client relationship between a law firm and any recipients. Contact through the Farm Injury Resource Center is not an offer to represent you, nor is it intended to create an attorney-client relationship.

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