Personal attention to personal injury.
If you’re ever in a motorcycle accident or an auto accident, Talk to Frank. Attorney Frank Marsalisi gives his personal attention to personal injury. His clients get to talk to a Frank, not some case manager or paralegal. Frank not only fights for your rights, he handles your insurance and medical issues so you can concentrate on your medical recovery.
If you can’t come to Frank, he’ll come to you. Frank will listen to your story. He’ll consider all the facts and assess your case. He’ll give you his best advice, without charging you a penny.
If you have a case, Frank will take it on. And you still won’t owe anything until you win a settlement.
Frank will stand up for you against powerful, wealthy companies and people. And if your case goes to trial, Frank will represent you personally. Frank has always been on your side. He’s a St. Pete native who has always worked for the Plantiff.
According to St. Petersburg personal injury attorney, Frank Marsalisi: “You should call me as soon as possible if you’ve been injured in an accident. Time is of the essence. You could be racking up huge medical bills and your insurance company will be trying to settle with you.” “A lot of paper work is going to be thrown at you. Don’t sign anything until you talk to me.” “Unlike the big firms you see on TV, at our firm I handle all the cases personally. I believe that if you’re injured, you deserve the kind of personal attention the big firms just can’t provide.” “Most people would rather talk to lawyer rather than a paralegal or case manager so we give their personal injury case my personal attention.” “You get to concentrate on healing and getting better while I handle the insurance company and the medical expenses.” “While Florida requires motorists to carry minimal insurance, it’s in the best interests of the insurance companies to minimize their losses and pay out as little as possible. They hire a bevy of professionals, including engineers and lawyers to do just that. We are familiar with the common tactics used by the insurance companies to try to delay, deny, devalue, and ultimately defend a case.” Depending on the circumstances of your case, you may be entitled to recover damages for:
- Any property damaged because of the accident;
- Lost wages from work, including time spent going to and from medical appointments and therapy;
- Past, current, and future estimated medical/rehabilitation expenses;
- Any permanent disfigurement or disability;
- Pain and suffering;
- The cost of hiring someone to do household chores that you can no longer perform;
- Your emotional distress, including any anxiety and/or depression;
- Interference with your family relationships
- Any other costs that were a direct result of your injury.