Experienced Personal Injury Lawyers in Orlando
Morgan & Morgan has made it their mission to protect the people, and not
the powerful, throughout the U.S. - and it all started in Orlando. Since
the first Morgan & Morgan office opened in 1988, it has expanded
rapidly. Currently, the Orlando office has over 75 lawyers, ready to
help with all sorts of cases relating to personal injuries and more.
Our attorneys understand that those who have been hurt in accidents have more to worry about than fighting insurance companies or managing to sue a massive corporation. You might have medical bills, pain, loss of work or emotional damages to deal with. We work to not only get you your compensation, but to handle the most stressful aspects of the lawsuit on your behalf, so you can focus on recovery.
We at Morgan & Morgan have always been “for the people.” We act as your
guide, helping you through tricky settlement negotiations or even
getting your case heard by a jury. We also don’t receive a fee unless
you win - your success is our first priority. Find out how our lawyers
in Orlando can protect your legal rights with a free case
Our attorneys handle a variety of injury cases, including:
The Lawsuit Process
Wondering how a potential personal injury lawsuit works? Each lawsuit
has its unique specifics, but there can be a formula to the way it
folds, and it’s helpful for you to know. Often, the process unfolds like
• Your attorney begins the process by drafting a document known as a
complaint and then filing it in court. The complaint alleges what
the defendant has done wrong and lays out a corrective course of action
(e.g. paying a certain amount of damages).
• After the complaint is pre-trial maneuvering. During this period,
lawyers on either side engage in discovery, an exchange of
information that helps them build their case. Medical records can be
obtained and witnesses can be interviewed during discovery, and often
lawyers appear in court in front of a judge. This phase can last a few
weeks or can go as long as several months.
• At any point during the pre-trial phase, a settlement can be
reached. Quite often, cases like these do get settled before trial. As
your legal counsel, we help decide if the settlement is a fair offer in
relation to your injury. If we don’t feel it is, we prepare to go to
• If the case doesn’t settle, both sides present their case to a judge
and a verdict is reached. If we win your case, the judge orders the
defendant to pay you, the plaintiff, a specific amount of money.
Speak With an Experienced Attorney For Free
Whether you need an attorney immediately or just have some initial
questions, there is no substitute for speaking directly with a lawyer.
Schedule a free consultation with an
attorney at our Orlando office.