Marsalisi Law

Every car accident is different, and while a common car accident includes one driver hitting another, other collisions occur from multiple drivers’ negligence.  Multi-vehicle accidents are extremely severe because of the increase in possible dangers.  For example, If two vehicles run a red light at an intersection and hit an innocent, law-abiding driver, they may hit the vehicle in two different directions and areas.

If you suffer from serious injuries and property damage in a multi-vehicle accident, you may be able to recover monetary compensation from multiple negligent drivers.  Marsalisi Law has the tools and resources to provide you with the legal representation you need for a smooth and successful claim.

What Are Some Common Causes of Florida Car Accidents?

Florida is known for its dangerous roads and drivers.  With the combination of tourists unfamiliar with the area and drivers upset with traffic, there are various reasons for motor vehicle collisions.  Consider the following examples of common ways you may encounter an accident:

  • Disregarding road rules;
  • Distracted driving;
  • Fatigue;
  • Speeding;
  • Drugs and alcohol;
  • Hazardous weather conditions.

Drivers may try to make excuses for their negligent behavior, but when they are on the road, they have a responsibility to follow the rules and consider everyone’s safety when making decisions.  If multiple drivers act in any of the above situations, they may be held responsible for the damages you suffer.

What Types of Injuries Can You Sustain in a Car Accident?

From the vehicle’s speed to the area of impact, the injuries you suffer in a car accident depend on several factors.  In multi-vehicle accidents, the injuries you sustain may be even more serious than a collision with only one other driver.

The following are a few examples of injuries you may sustain in a Florida car accident:

  • Traumatic brain injuries (TBIs);
  • Concussion;
  • Sprains and strains;
  • Spinal cord injuries;
  • Broken bones;
  • Soft tissue injuries;
  • Burn injuries;
  • Internal injuries.

While the aftermath of a car accident is disorienting and overwhelming, one of the most important steps to take is making an appointment with your doctor.  Even if you believe in suffering only minor damage, a doctor will ensure there are no latent injuries that will cause life-threatening injuries in the future.

Do I Qualify for Monetary Compensation After a Serious Car Accident?

A multi-vehicle car accident is complex and requires significant evidence to prove who is responsible for the damage.  In some cases, there is more than one person at fault, and you may recover compensation from both negligent drivers.  However, many injured individuals have a difficult time seeking monetary compensation on their own.

A car accident lawyer will work to provide you with the compensation and justice you deserve.  Below are a few types of damages a car accident lawyer in Florida may help you recover:

  • Pain and suffering;
  • Treatment costs;
  • Hospital bills;
  • Prescription medication;
  • Physical therapy;
  • Lost wages or income;
  • Property damage;
  • Loss of enjoyment of life;
  • Punitive damages.

The emotional, physical, and financial losses you suffer in a car accident may significantly impact your quality of life.  You deserve to hold the negligent drivers accountable for their lack of care for your health.  Our team at Marsalisi Law will do everything in our power to hold them responsible for the harm you suffer.

Contact a Professional Car Accident Attorney at Marsalisi Law

Trying to represent yourself in a car accident claim puts both your monetary compensation and rights at extreme risk.  When you are looking for an attorney you can trust and count on, speak with injury attorney Frank P. Marsalisi.  As an avid supporter of the communities around him and with years of experience protecting innocent lives, Frank P.  Marsalisi understands what needs to be done to get you the compensation you deserve.

Marsalisi Law provides legal services in both English and Spanish, so you may feel comfortable expressing your concerns.  Speak with one of our team members by calling (727) 800-5052 or filling out our contact form today.

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