Why You Should Consult an Attorney
Personal injury cases can be extremely complicated—that’s why you need an experienced attorney working on your behalf. An attorney can investigate your case, gather evidence, and enlist experts to support your claim. Your attorney can also calculate the full extent of your damages and fight to recover the amount you are owed.
When you choose Morgan & Morgan, you get the resources of a big law firm and the personal attention of a small one. As America’s largest personal injury firm, we have the resources required to build your case and take it to trial if necessary.
Insurance companies and big businesses know that we won’t back down. For many of them, the last thing they want to hear is that someone hired Morgan & Morgan.
Types of Compensation You May Be Owed
Medical bills, lost wages, loss of earning potential, property damage, and pain and suffering are some of the most common types of damages that personal injury attorneys attempt to recover for their clients.
An attorney will review evidence such as medical and police records to calculate a total dollar figure for past and future losses caused by their client's injuries. Then they will build a persuasive case and do everything in their power to recover full compensation.
Hiring a lawyer is often the best way for an injured person to move on with their life without a heavy financial burden hanging over them.
How Much Does It Cost to Hire a Lawyer?
Morgan & Morgan believes that everyone is entitled to justice. That’s why we work on a contingency basis, which means we only get paid if you do. Consultations are always free, and there are no upfront costs to hiring us.
If we don’t win your case at trial or reach an acceptable settlement, you don’t pay. It’s that simple.
Contact the Columbus Office
From auto accidents to medical malpractice, Slip & Falls, defective products, and more, Morgan & Morgan has the experience and ability to achieve the results you need.
If you think you might have a personal injury case, contact us for a free, no-obligation case review.
Disclaimer: Cases may be referred to and handled by another law firm as referral counsel.