• Have You Experienced an Elevator Injury?

    You don’t always hear about them, but elevator injuries happen more frequently than you’d think. Faulty components, lack of maintenance, and operator errors can lead to dangerous situations and devastating consequences. To make matters worse, insurance companies are hesitant to pay injury victims the full amount they owe in compensation. The good news is that victims are not alone, and there are options for recourse.

  • Do I Need an Attorney?

    If you have suffered even a minor injury, don’t wait to contact an elevator injury attorney. Your injury could be more severe than it initially appears or it may worsen over time, and you deserve fair reparations.

  • How Can an Elevator Injury Lawyer Help?

    It’s the insurance company’s responsibility to provide compensation after you’ve suffered an elevator injury, but they always try to pay the smallest amount possible. They typically give you a lowball offer that may only cover a fraction of what they owe you— and without a high-quality lawyer on the other side, they often get away with it.

    Morgan & Morgan’s elevator injury attorneys gather evidence, evaluate your case, and negotiate with the defense to get you the payout you actually deserve. If the other side won’t agree to a fair settlement, we’ll readily take the case to court. Our attorneys will ensure that you’re fully compensated for your hardships so you can recover medical bills, lost wages, and other damages that stem from the incident.

  • Can I Afford Representation?

    When you work with Morgan & Morgan, the answer is always yes. We understand how stressful an injury can be for you and your family, and we’re here to make the burden easier to bear; that’s why we operate on a contingency fee basis, which means we don’t get paid unless we win your case. Furthermore, our fee comes out of the favorable settlement or verdict, so you never pay out of your own pocket.

  • What Can Morgan & Morgan Do?

    We fight For The People, Not The Powerful, and we don’t back down until we get our clients the remuneration they deserve. Our 1,000 attorneys and 4,000 support staff have the experience and know-how to take on the biggest bullies and win.

    If you or a loved one have suffered an elevator injury, trust Morgan & Morgan to help make things right.