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Personal Injury Claim Information
If you’ve been involved in an accident, you are probably asking yourself: what do I do now?
These questions only grow when confronted with overwhelming medical bills and the time-consuming, frustrating process of dealing with insurance companies, who are known for denying legitimate claims. The accident itself can cause emotional and physical distress, so you’ve decided to seek a lawyer for professional help.
But, of course, one question remains: how much is my settlement worth? The simple answer: it varies from case to case.
Since no case is “average”— just like no accident is “average”—we can’t provide an “average" estimate. Instead, at Morgan & Morgan, we examine each case with the attention and individuality it deserves, and we will never deceive you with a lazy “ballpark estimate” without examining your case in full. Depending on your injuries, insurance coverage, and the circumstances surrounding your case, your settlement will be determined through our dedicated Personal Injury lawyers’ step by step process:
- Injuries: examining in-depth how much your injuries have affected your day to day life
- Negligence: how your injuries have been worsened due to a negligent third-party
- Investigation: taking notes, pictures, and documenting the scene of the accident
- Questioning: listening and documenting testimonies of eye-witnesses
- Documentation: requesting and reviewing any medical records or documentation, as well as photos and videos, of the accident
- Experts: working with medical professionals to show the extent of your injuries, as well as working with experts who can reconstruct the scene of the accident to demonstrate the case in full
And that’s not all of it: at Morgan & Morgan, our specialized attorneys go into great detail with each unique case to ensure our clients receive the settlement amount that they are entitled to, and since insurance companies know about our reputation, we usually settle early. But if your case needs to go to trial, don’t worry. At Morgan & Morgan, we don’t let the bullies win. We know how to fight and we have the numbers to prove it with our jury verdicts being usually 20 times higher than the pre-trial settlement offers.
Contact us today for a free case evaluation so our attorneys can start answering your questions.
More Information Regarding Personal Injury Cases
Let’s start by defining a Personal Injury case. Personal Injury (or PI) is an umbrella term used to describe an injury due to a negligent third-party. This can range over a magnitude of accidents, such as motor accidents, Slip and Fall, or medical malpractice. If you aren’t sure if your accident constitutes a Personal Injury case, check out our Personal Injury page to find out more.
Insurance companies will often refute legitimate claims so you don’t receive compensation. But our clients have received compensation for the following due to their accident:
- Past and/or future medical bills
- Loss of wages
- Earning wages due to unpaid time off of work or being laid off
- Pain and suffering, including anxiety, depression, or PTSD
- Punitive Damage, also known as making an example out of the defendant
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Since 1988, we have won our clients over $13 billion across all practices of law, successfully resolving over 70,000 cases per year. Our lawyers draw upon that vast experience to better serve our clients. And when it comes to our law firm, Size Matters—over 5,000 clients call us every day, and we have over 800 lawyers working to make sure each settlement is resolved. But don’t let these big numbers scare you—we work on contingency, so we only get paid if we win.
Let us start working on your case as soon as possible, and fill out our free, no-obligation case evaluation form today.