Marsalisi Law

While car accidents can cause devastating physical injuries, the adverse mental health effects that many victims experience can be just as severe.  However, many car accident victims do not realize they can recover monetary compensation for their emotional and physical injuries.  Mental health issues such as PTSD from car accidents can be debilitating for victims and often require lengthy and expensive treatment plans.  

If you have suffered mental health injuries after a Florida car accident, you deserve monetary compensation for the full extent of your damages.  Frank P. Marsalisi of Marsalisi Law is committed to helping his clients in Florida pursue justice for accidents and subsequent losses.  He takes a personalized approach to every case to ensure each client feels heard and respected as he works to address their unique concerns.  When he takes your case, he will conduct a thorough investigation into your case and build the strongest claim possible on your behalf.  

How to Prove Mental Health Damages After a Florida Car Accident

Car accident victims may be eligible to recover monetary compensation for their mental health injuries with the help of a skilled attorney.  Unlike physical injuries that are usually obvious, mental health injuries may be less apparent to others.  Therefore, adverse mental health effects can be more challenging to prove.  The following pieces of evidence can strengthen your case and help your attorney prove the damages you have suffered:

A Medical Diagnosis

If you suffer from depression, anxiety, or PTSD after your accident, getting a diagnosis from a licensed medical professional is critical.  An official diagnosis can add credibility to your claim and provide insight into how your condition impacts your life.

The Bills and Expenses Associated With Your Mental Health

Mental health conditions often require extensive treatment and medication.  If your symptoms are especially severe, you may even need to take leave from work.  Keeping track of your expenses and lost wages can help your attorney prove the monetary value of your losses.  

Your Past Medical Records

One tactic insurance companies use to deny or devalue mental health-related claims is to assert that your condition existed before the accident.  Your past medical records can establish when your adverse mental health symptoms began and link them to your accident.  

It is also essential to note that it is challenging to recover damages for mental health if you did not also suffer physical injuries from your accident.  Your attorney can evaluate your case and advise you on which types of damages you may be eligible to collect.  

Ways an Attorney Can Help You Recover Compensation for Mental Health Injuries After a Florida Car Accident

Since proving and recovering monetary compensation for mental health injuries can be legally complex, having an experienced car accident attorney in your corner is essential.  Frank P. Marsalisi of Marsalisi Law has many years of experience helping his clients pursue justice for their physical and emotional injuries and is ready to assist you in the following ways:

  • Conducting a thorough investigation into your case;
  • Answering your legal questions;
  • Negotiating with all parties on your behalf;
  • Protecting your rights and interests inside and outside of court;
  • Filing all paperwork correctly and on time;
  • Keeping you up to date on the status of your case.

When you choose Marsalisi Law, your attorney will take a personalized approach to your case to ensure your unique needs are addressed as you heal and recover.  

Contact a Knowledgeable Car Accident Attorney at Marsalisi Law

If you have suffered mental health injuries after a Florida car accident, you do not need to fight for justice alone.  Frank P. Marsalisi of Marsalisi Law is fluent in English and Spanish and has an established history of achieving favorable outcomes for his clients in Florida.  He understands how challenging living with mental health injuries can be and is ready to fight for the maximum monetary compensation for your injuries and other damages.  

To schedule a free consultation and learn more about how a skilled attorney can help you, call us at (727) 800-5052 or complete our contact form today.  

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