Why Choose A Personal Injury Attorney From Morgan & Morgan?
Have you ever watched an episode from any of the myriad of Law & Order shows? Do you recall offhand an episode where the legal team settled a case out of court instead of heading to the courtroom? While you may have been led to believe through the media that most cases are regularly heard before a judge and jury, the reality is that most cases are settled out of court.
In fact, it is the standard practice of many personal injury law firms to negotiate a settlement with the defendant rather than taking the case to trial. Like those capable replications on the small screen, our attorneys opt to go to trial rather than settle with defendants for sums that are a fraction of our clients could potentially receive should we take the case before a judge.
I Think I Have A Case. What Should My First Steps Be?
The initial step in gaining representation through Morgan & Morgan involves the discovery of whether or not you actually have a case that meets the legal requirements for prosecution.
To do this, you must call our office or fill out a form to receive a free case evaluation. If one of our knowledgeable representatives determines that you have a case, you will be assigned an attorney.
After meeting with your assigned local attorney in person, the official process will commence. First, your esteemed Morgan & Morgan attorney will file an official complaint with the court in your district. This document names the defendants to-be and stipulates the actions that have caused you, the plaintiff, to file suit.
After this process, pre-trial proceedings follow. It will be up to the client to help their assigned attorney as needed as he or she delves into the “discovery” round of litigation. It is during this process that the lawyer or legal team digs through information, deposes witnesses, sifts through records, and further questions the client regarding the minutiae of the case so that all evidence is rock solid in advance of courtroom proceedings.
How Will I Benefit From Filing A Lawsuit With Morgan & Morgan?
One word — recoupment. This process will involve you receiving funds upon a ruling in your favor for pain and suffering, punitive damages, and lost wages and income that you would normally have received in absence of a negligent offending party. We won’t sugarcoat the occasional reality of the legal process.
While often lucrative in the end for the wronged plaintiff, it can be time consuming in the interim. As a result, many, if not most, people who rightfully deserve monetary compensation choose to forgo the litigation process due to fears about time constraints. Our attorneys are dedicated to making the process less time consuming and more lucrative for you, our client.
If you have worked a job for which you were unfairly terminated, you deserve to be rewarded via monetary compensation. If you are the victim of a car accident injury or a motorcycle injury, you deserve to have your medical expenses and lost wages paid for by the errant party. Keep in mind that your time equals money. The Morgan & Morgan attorneys in your local office are dedicated to making your time worthwhile, giving you more time to spend rebuilding your life.
How Is The Attorney Compensated?
It’s no secret that, in this country, legal fees have the ability to bankrupt even the richest and most innocent of plaintiffs. Every day, we field calls and online queries to our offices about services for much needed legal representation.
As trial lawyers dedicated to defending the innocent against the tyranny of mammoth organizations that seek to take advantage of situations that leave everyday men and women in vulnerable positions, we do not require payment from you as a client unless you win.
That’s right — there are no hidden fees or upfront payment structures that will affect our assumption of your case or your ability to receive expert counsel by our team of qualified attorneys. We look forward to hearing from you and discussing your case. Fill out our free case evaluation today.