Yes. Morgan & Morgan’s legal team will focus on your case by gathering evidence, consulting with experts, and negotiating with the insurance company on your behalf, so you can focus on getting your life back on track. If it is necessary, an attorney might even take your case all the way to trial to get the compensation you truly deserve.
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Frequently Asked Questions
At Morgan & Morgan, we have been fighting for over 30 years for our clients who are victims of car accidents to get them the compensation and justice they are owed. After all, insurance companies tend to seek to minimize compensation. What can seem like a fair sum might fail to cover long-term medical costs, lost wages from missed work due to an accident, or delayed injuries or damages that weren’t accounted for in the original settlement amount, we’re experts at navigating the often confusing legal and insurance process.
Morgan & Morgan operate on a contingency fee basis, which means you only pay us if and when we win your case. Our fee would come in the form of a percentage of the settlement or verdict amount we obtain.
Morgan & Morgan will call you within 24 hours after submitting your form. Our agents will review and understand your case. Typically, a client will be assigned an attorney, legal assistant, and a paralegal within a week after your case review.
Typically, Morgan & Morgan will assign an attorney, legal assistant, and a paralegal (for all workers’ compensation, first party, and negligence cases) within a week after your case review. Our lawyers work as efficiently as possible to ensure the case doesn't take longer than it needs to.
Your lawyer and case staff will receive your file and start working on your case: Time is of the essence and your case will be assigned to a legal team immediately. Your lawyer and case staff will be by your side through the entire process.
You will receive a call from your designated case staff and legal team: Your legal team will call you shortly to introduce themselves and answer any questions you have. If for some reason your lawyer was not able to reach you within two business days, please contact our dedicated client success team at (877) 293-0285.
You should collect your records: Please gather any documentation that could be relevant to your case such as your medical records, insurance policy information, medical bills, and anything else you think may be important to your case.
Investigation: Once your file is opened, your legal team will continue gathering evidence such as police reports, any hospital or medical information, video footage and witness reports. Your lawyer will also notify the other side that Morgan & Morgan is now representing you.
You should not speak to anyone besides your lawyer or case staff about your case: This includes posting about your injury or accident on social media. The defense could use this information against you.