How Morgan & Morgan Can Help You
All law firms are not the same. If you’ve been injured, you need a firm with a history of successfully taking on insurance companies and other large corporations. Otherwise, you could wind up recovering far less compensation than you deserve.
With Morgan & Morgan, you get the resources of America’s largest personal injury firm paired with the care and compassion of a small, family-owned organization. Every case is our most important case, and we have the results to prove it.
Unlike some lawyers, ours are ready and willing to take your case to trial if necessary—and we can win. Our reputation for trial wins gives us more leverage at the negotiating table, which leads to bigger recoveries even when we don’t go to court.
Types of Personal Injury Compensation
Generally speaking, your attorney will try to recover compensation for all past and future damages caused by your injury. These might include:
- Past and future medical/hospital bills
- Lost wages
- Loss of earning capacity
- Pain and suffering
- Emotional distress
- Funeral expenses (in the event of wrongful death)
You Can Afford an Attorney
Many people don’t realize just how affordable it is to hire Morgan & Morgan. There’s no upfront cost to hire us, we don’t charge by the hour, and we get paid only if you win. Our fee comes out of your recovery, not your pocket—so if we don’t secure a favorable settlement or jury award for you, you don’t pay. Simple as that.
In short, you have nothing to lose by contacting us, and potentially much to gain.
Contact the Bridgewater Office
If you or a loved one has been injured, an experienced attorney can help you explore your options and determine the best course of action. The attorneys in Bridgewater, New Jersey may be able to help you recover compensation for your injuries. The best way to find out if you qualify for a case is to contact us for a free, no-obligation case evaluation. We’re open 24/7/365.
Let America’s largest personal injury firm fight for you. Contact us today.
Disclaimer: Cases may be referred to and handled by another law firm as referral counsel.