Experienced Personal Injury Lawyers in Miami
A car accident, a botched medical procedure, a reduced paycheck. These
are some of the struggles we have seen every day for almost 30 years at
Morgan & Morgan, and we empathize with the victims.
Our law firm has been For The People for decades, and our Miami team
prides itself on that same commitment. In our fight, we are determined
to get our clients the compensation and justice they deserve, and we’ll
work tirelessly to try and hold individuals and entities responsible for
the harm they have done.
Our firm has a history of successful litigation, ranging from suits
netting verdicts of tens of millions of dollars to those receiving only
a few thousand based on the damages sought. No case is too big or too
small for our Miami attorneys, who are interested in your safety and
If you or someone you love has been injured in an accident, our
attorneys in Morgan & Morgan’s Miami office can help you
seek justice. In Florida, the statute of
limitations on personal injuries lawsuits is four years, so time is of
the essence if you wish to pursue a claim.
Our attorneys handle a variety of injury cases, including:
Elements of a Personal Injury Case
Are you unsure of how a personal injury lawsuit works? All lawsuits are
unique, but there is a basic step-by-step process to the way a lawsuit
If you pursue a personal injury lawsuit, you can expect the following:
Evaluating Your Claim: Personal injury suits usually don’t result
from a crime, but that doesn’t mean you should let the scene go
uninvestigated. Our team of attorneys has the knowledge and insight to
gather initial information from police
reports, witnesses, and more to determine the viability of your claim.
Drafting a Complaint: Your attorney will begin the legal process
by drafting a document known as a complaint, which is then filed in
court. This document alleges what the defendant has done wrong to you,
the plaintiff, and establishes a corrective course of action, such as
paying a certain amount of damages.
Pretrial: After the complaint is filed in court, your attorney
will collect information to help bolster your case. Obtaining medical
records, interviewing witnesses, and meeting with opposition in court
take place. During this time, a settlement might be offered. But
Morgan & Morgan will always fight, and if you and your attorney
believe the settlement is inadequate, we’ll take the case to trial.
Trial: At trial, your attorneys will attempt to establish that the
defendant is responsible for the injuries or other damages you
incurred to a judge or jury. They will use the evidence discovered in
the investigation and pretrial phases, combined with further sworn
testimony, to attempt to sway the deciding parties to understand and
sympathize with your side.
The Verdict: Both sides present their case to the judge or
jury, then a verdict is reached. If our attorneys prevail in
winning your case, the judge will order the defendant to pay you a
specific amount of money as compensation for your losses.
A trial can be a long and arduous procedure, and results aren’t
guaranteed, but Morgan & Morgan only collects payment for a successful
How Much Does an Attorney in Miami Cost?
Our attorneys work on a contingency-fee basis, meaning no upfront
costs, no consultation fees, and no hourly rates. We only get paid if
your case succeeds. The attorney is paid a reasonable fee from the compensation recovered in your case.
Although past victories don’t guarantee future results, our attorneys
have been able to recover millions of dollars for clients in the past, with one notable car accident case netting a settlement of over $47 million.
The compensation you may be entitled to varies greatly depending on the type of case, the severity of your injuries, and other factors.
How Can a Morgan & Morgan Attorney Help Me?
Our personal injury attorneys at Morgan & Morgan have extensive
courtroom experience and understand the complex nature of personal
injury cases, whether they involve a car accident, medical errors, or slip and falls, or more.
We fight to get our clients the amount of compensation they need and
deserve in order to recover from all of their losses, and we will not settle simply because it’s easy or convenient. Our attorneys handle
the difficult negotiations, allowing our clients to focus on their recovery, not their case.
Get a Free Consultation Today
In Florida, the statute of limitations on personal injury lawsuits is just four years, so you have limited time to make a claim. Don’t wait: fill out our free, no-obligation case review form today to see if you could be entitled to compensation.