What States Is Morgan and Morgan In?

What States Is Morgan and Morgan In?

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What States Is Morgan and Morgan In?

Headquartered in Orlando, Florida, Morgan and Morgan serves clients all over the United States. Whether you live in the east, west, north, south, or middle of the country, there is always a Morgan and Morgan attorney nearby, ready to fight for your rights. All you need to start is a free case evaluation.

When you contact us about your case, one of our legal representatives will review it and then reach out to discuss the next steps. If the case is valid and if you hire us to fight for you, we will begin working on it immediately because we know how important it is to get the compensation you need to help you move on with your life.

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Get answers to commonly asked questions about our legal services and learn how we may assist you with your case.

Morgan & Morgan

  • How Many Attorneys Does Morgan and Morgan Have?

    As of April 2023, Morgan and Morgan has over 800 personal injury attorneys specializing in different practice areas, all under personal injury. So, you can count on us to protect your rights if you're looking for an attorney specializing in slip and falls, car accidents, premises liability, medical malpractice, defective products, or anything in between.

  • When Was Morgan and Morgan Founded?

    Morgan and Morgan was founded in 1988 in Orlando, FL, by attorney John Morgan. Since then, the law firm has expanded into every U.S. state, including Washington, D.C.

  • What Makes Morgan and Morgan Different From Other Injury Firms?

    At Morgan and Morgan, we have an excellent reputation for fighting for the rights of the injured. Insurance companies know us as the law firm that never settles for less unless it's our client's best option. On the other hand, our clients know how hard we fight to protect their best interests, which is why we have over 28,000 5-star reviews on Google alone.

    Morgan and Morgan is also widely regarded as the nation's largest injury firm, with powerful legal resources to fight the injured from coast to coast. But that's not all—did you know that Morgan and Morgan files the most employment cases in the country?

    With over $20 billion already recovered, our firm is a blessing for the injured and a nightmare to those whose negligence and recklessness continue to harm many innocent people across the country.

  • Why Are Resources Important in Personal Injury Cases?

    The availability of powerful legal resources is one of the key factors to consider when looking for a personal injury firm to represent you or your beloved. That's one of the reasons Morgan and Morgan has succeeded in holding different individuals and entities accountable regardless of their size, societal status, or reputation.

    Powerful resources mean we can hire the best investigators to gather evidence, interview witnesses, and build a strong case for you. This can be especially important in cases where liability is not so clear.

    Also, because we have powerful resources to fight for you, our lawyers are not afraid to go to court if the other party refuses to settle. Our willingness to take your case to trial if necessary can pressure the other party to settle out of court, resulting in a higher settlement offer for you. In short, we are always prepared for any scenario because we have the resources to navigate the legal system.

  • Is It Expensive to Hire a Morgan and Morgan Attorney?

    Not at all. In fact, you won't need to pay any upfront costs when you hire us; we only get paid if we win. Also known as a contingency fee, you will pay a percentage of the money you receive in your settlement.

  • Why the Contingency Fee?

    The contingency fee structure works for people who can't afford to pay a lawyer upfront or don't want to take on the financial risk of pursuing compensation for their injuries. Unfortunately, the sad reality is that many personal injury victims are ordinary individuals whose only fault is being in the right place at the wrong time.

    They could be workers at construction sites, students in school, patients in hospitals, drivers on our roads, product consumers, etc. And because these injuries happen unexpectedly, the victims do not usually walk around with thousands of dollars ready to spend on their cases.

    That's where the contingency system comes in to help the injured hire some of the best attorneys in the country without upfront payments.

    This fee structure also motivates attorneys to fight even harder because they know there's a reward if they win. The same cannot be said for cases where attorneys get paid upfront; some may not fight hard to win because they are guaranteed payment regardless of the outcome.

  • Can Morgan and Morgan Represent Me if I Was Partly at Fault for the Injury?

    Being partly at fault does not automatically disqualify you from filing a claim or lawsuit against the other party. We might still be able to represent you, even if you bear some responsibility for the injury.

    In personal injury cases, you can hold more than one party responsible for an injury. For example, say you were injured in a car accident. In that case, the other driver may have been at fault even though you also contributed to the accident by speeding, not wearing a seatbelt, using your mobile phone, or any other traffic violation.

    If that's the case, the compensation you can receive will reflect your share of the responsibility for the accident. For instance, if the court rules that you were 20% at fault, you will recover 80% of the total damages minus attorney fees.

  • How Can I Contact a Morgan and Morgan Lawyer?

    The client intake team at Morgan and Morgan is always ready to discuss your case any day, anytime. You can fill out our case evaluation form, and we will respond within 24 hours. Alternatively, you can call us at 877-958-9130 to speak with one of our legal representatives about your case.

  • What Happens When You Contact Morgan and Morgan?

    Morgan and Morgan has an easy process for anyone seeking legal representation after an injury caused by someone else's negligence. When you contact us for a free case evaluation, one of our legal representatives will review your case to determine whether you may have legal grounds to pursue compensation. We will discuss your rights and options if you have a case against the other party. Then, if you decide to hire us to represent you, we will begin working on the case immediately and keep you updated throughout the process.

  • What Damages Can Morgan and Morgan Help Me Recover?

    Some examples of damages you may recover include medical expenses, lost wages, loss of enjoyment of life, property damage, and permanent disfigurement. In addition, suppose the judge or jury determines that the other party was extremely reckless or negligent. In that case, they may award you punitive damages to punish the defendant and warn other parties against such conduct.

  • What Can I Do to Increase My Chances of Winning the Case?

    Hiring a personal injury attorney to represent you is a significant step towards getting the compensation you need and deserve, but it is not the only thing you should do. Here are some quick tips to boost your chances of winning the case.
    While seeking medical attention after the injury is crucial for your health and case if you decide to sue the other party, the timing also matters. Taking too long to seek medical attention weakens your case. The other party could argue that they are not responsible for your injuries because you did not seek immediate medical attention after the incident. Seeking immediate medical attention ensures you get the treatment you need and creates a medical record of your injuries, which can help support your case.

    Keep a record of all expenses and losses related to your injury. Some examples of injury-related expenses and losses include the following:

    • Medical expenses
    • Property damage
    • Lost wages  
    • Loss of future earning capacity
    • Pain and suffering  
    • Loss of enjoyment of life
    • Cost of household services  
    • Cost of modifications
    • Cost of assistive devices

    Take photos of your injuries and losses, such as any property damage, if possible. Also, document every detail of how you feel after the accident.

    Do not post anything related to your injury on social media. Insurance companies will try everything possible to avoid liability, even if it means spying on your social media posts. If they find anything that could raise doubt about your claim, they will twist it to their advantage.

    Finally, follow your doctor's instructions throughout the treatment process. Try not to skip your appointments, but if you must, be sure to inform your doctor and attorney in advance or as soon as possible. As mentioned, insurance companies will look for gaps and inconsistencies in your case to share the blame with you. And depending on what they find, they might even avoid liability altogether.

  • What Information Will the Lawyer Need From Me During My Initial Consultation?

    During the initial consultation with a personal injury attorney, they will need to gather as much information as possible about the circumstances of your injury. This will help them to understand the facts of your case and determine how best to proceed with it.

    First, your attorney will want to find out the details of the accident or incident that caused your injury. This includes but is not limited to the following:

    • Where and when it happened.
    • The parties involved.
    • The specific cause of the injury.
    • Whether you have any evidence to support your claim.
    • Any medical treatment you may have received due to your injuries.
    • Your insurance coverage and any communication you have had with insurance companies.
    • Who you talked to about your case.

    The exact information the lawyer needs during the initial consultation depends on the facts of that particular case. Please call us for guidance if you are unsure what to bring.

  • Contact Morgan and Morgan for a Free Case Evaluation

    Morgan and Morgan is a law firm for the people and by the people. We know how it feels to suffer injuries and losses caused by a negligent party. And, as if dealing with a negligent party is not enough, insurance companies are always trying to take advantage of the injured by denying them their right to compensation. That is why Morgan and Morgan came into existence in the first place.

    Our law firm is built to fight for the injured. We are the only law firm where clients walk through the door as strangers and leave as family. We are also the law firm that files the most injury cases in the country. And with over 1,000 injury lawyers countrywide, you can trust Morgan and Morgan to show up in the most difficult moments of your life.

    Injured due to negligence? Contact us today for a free case evaluation.

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“I was in a difficult situation when I was injured by a faulty product. I was hesitant to seek legal help but with the help of Morgan & Morgan, they made the process easy. They took immediate action and got me the compensation I deserved. I couldn't have done it without them. I highly recommend their services.” Estate of Patricia Allen v. RJ Reynolds, et al. | 2014

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