The personal injury lawyers at our Jacksonville office have decades of combined experience helping clients recover the compensation needed to get their lives back on track following an unexpected accident. Our track record of results includes a $40 million verdict against a leading tobacco company and a $1 million settlement against a Duval County healthcare provider who failed to diagnose and treat a stroke in our client. Our record of success shows in our results, as well as the feedback we have received from our clients.
“I was always helped with any questions or concerns I had due to the accident . . . all my questions were answered right away with no problem. Thank you so much for everything.” – Tiffany, Jacksonville, Florida
“Thanks for the time and effort your people have put in to this case . . . I'm glad to know that if I have any questions I will get answers. I would recommend your firm to friends and family if they were ever in need of the services you provide.” – Christopher, Jacksonville, Florida
“It helps when you are going through some tough times physically and mentally to know that you have compassionate people behind you. It makes the process a lot easier.” – Rachel, Jacksonville, Florida
“I chose your firm for its sincerity and quality of performance here in Jacksonville. The service has been top rate. All questions answered in a timely manner . . . [I was] briefed on every action that would take place from start to finish.” – Debra, Jacksonville, Florida
Most personal injury claims are pursued under the theory that another individual or entity was negligent in causing the victim’s injuries. For instance, a patient may be able to pursue a claim against a doctor who failed to order a standard diagnostic test and, as a result, received a delayed diagnosis of a serious illness. Likewise, a car accident victim may be able to take legal action against a driver who was speeding, intoxicated or otherwise careless in causing a serious crash.
If the victim’s personal injury claim is successful, he or she may be able to recover monetary damages – both economic and non-economic - from the negligent party or parties. These damages, which are intended to place the victim in the position he or she would have been in had the accident never occurred, can cover current and future medical expenses, pain and suffering, lost wages, loss of earning capacity and loss of life’s enjoyment. Several factors will determine how much your case will be worth, including the severity of the injury and your degree of fault, if any, in causing the accident.
At Morgan & Morgan, our Jacksonville attorneys handle accident lawsuits involving the following:
Not every accident victim will be able to take legal action and only a qualified attorney will be able to determine your eligibility for legal recourse. Morgan & Morgan’s Jacksonville attorneys are currently offering free consultations to help Florida residents determine whether they may be entitled to monetary damages.
Our attorneys work on a contingency fee basis, which means that we only collect a fee if we can negotiate a monetary settlement or recover a jury verdict on your behalf. We do not charge upfront fees, but rather receive a percentage of your settlement or monetary judgment. If your case is not successful, you do not owe us legal fees.