Where Can I Contact Morgan and Morgan for Personal Injury Needs

Where Can I Contact Morgan and Morgan for Personal Injury Needs

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Where Can I Contact Morgan and Morgan for Personal Injury Needs

When you've been injured or wronged, you need a law firm that will stand up for your rights and fight fiercely to get the compensation you deserve. Since 1988, that's been the mission at Morgan and Morgan Law Firm. We're not afraid to go up against the biggest and most powerful corporations and insurance companies. In fact, we live for the challenge. You might be wondering, "Where can I contact Morgan and Morgan for personal injury needs?" Look no further. We are everywhere.

We have offices in every state across the country, along with 1,000 trial-ready lawyers, and an army of support staff. Additionally, we have a vast network of professionals, like investigators, expert witnesses, researchers, and forensic scientists, to aid us in building and presenting winning cases. Don't settle for small-time lawyers that may not have seen the inside of a courtroom in years, much less a winning verdict. The lawyers at Morgan and Morgan never settle for less than your case is worth. Learn more about how Morgan and Morgan can help with your personal injury needs.

All Law Firms Are Not the Same

Some lawyers will settle for less than the value of your claim because it's easier and faster. That's not the case at Morgan and Morgan. We understand how important it is for you and your family to have full and fair compensation. We believe the best offer is the one that can set you up for future success. That's why we don't hesitate to bring your claim to court if that's what it takes. Some of our verdicts are up to ten times more than what was offered during settlement negotiations. When we know there should be more money on the table than what is offered, we go on the offensive and push until we're satisfied. In fact, we have quite the reputation amongst insurance companies. While they respect us, they also fear us because they know how we work.  

While Morgan and Morgan is one of the largest law firms in the country, we are still family-owned. John Morgan started this law firm after his own family experienced a terrible accident and was badly mistreated by corporate lawyers. Since then, he vowed that he would fight for the people. He met and married his wife Ultima at law school, and she and their three sons all work together to help other families in need of personal injury representation to this day.

We have helped tens of thousands of clients recover substantial compensation in our more than 30 years in business and can do the same for you. Call us at 877-454-0415 or sign up for a free case evaluation to get started. If we think you have a potential claim, you can meet us at an office near you, or we can meet you at a more convenient location of your choice.

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  • What kind of cases do Morgan and Morgan Law Firm take?

    While Morgan and Morgan Law Firm handles a wide variety of claims, you don't necessarily want your lawyer to be a jack-of-all-trades. That's why we have lawyers that specialize in different areas of the law and are experts on the laws that govern at the state and federal levels. Here's an overview of the types of claims we handle:

    • Motor vehicle accidents
    • Personal injury
    • Medical malpractice
    • Workers' compensation
    • Mesothelioma
    • Insurance disputes
    • Overtime and wage disputes
    • Nursing home abuse
    • Burn injuries
    • Class actions
    • Social Security Disability
    • Boating accidents
    • Aviation accidents
    • Train accidents
    • Slip and falls
    • Toxic and environmental
    • Whistleblower and qui tam
    • Animal attacks
    • Wrongful death
    • Defamation
    • Maritime and Admiralty
    • Civil rights
    • Discrimination and harrasment
    • Fraud
    • Product liability
    • Business Litigation
    • Probate, trusts, and estates
    • Veterans' benefits
  • What Is the Role of a Personal Injury Attorney?

    A personal injury attorney is a civil litigator who represents clients who have been harmed either physically, financially, or emotionally as a result of the negligent actions or inactions of another person, business, organization, or government agency. Our clients are commonly known as plaintiffs in civil actions. Personal injury law falls under tort law which allows people to bring legal actions for private wrongs in the pursuit of economic or noneconomic damages.

    Personal injury attorneys help clients recover compensation for losses incurred through negligent acts by wrongdoers. These losses can include lost income, medical expenses, pain and suffering, loss of companionship or reputation, breach of contract, and civil rights violations, to name a few. We stand up for clients during insurance disputes and the wrongful denial of benefits such as Social Security Disability, workers' compensation, and Veterans benefits.

  • What Are the Duties of a Personal Injury Attorney?

    The duties of a personal injury attorney are many. We must work within ethical and professional codes of conduct that are prescribed by the associations that provide our licenses to practice law. Once an attorney is licensed by the state bar, they can file complaints in court, prepare legal documents, offer professional legal advice to clients, and argue cases in front of a judge and jury.

    Personal injury attorneys will interview clients about potential claims to assess the viability of the claim. During the interview, the attorney will try to identify the related issues regarding the claim and then conduct research to build a case. They do this with the help of other experienced investigators and support staff. The ultimate goal of any personal injury attorney is to seek justice and compensation for clients who have undergone undeserved losses and suffering because of another party's negligence or carelessness. This is done through negotiations with the offending party. If no amicable settlement can be reached, the attorney will represent the client's personal injury needs in court through legal arguments.

    Personal injury lawyers are required by oath to protect the Constitution of the United States and the state constitution where they practice. As an officer of the court, they swear to respect the courts and their officers and conduct themselves with dignity while following the Rules of Professional Conduct. They further owe their clients confidentiality and allegiance while working for the client's best interests. 

  • What Type of Education Is Required To Practice as a Personal Injury Lawyer?

    Personal injury lawyers are required to pass a written bar exam and written ethics exam to practice law which varies from state to state. Most states require a college degree and a law degree from an accredited law school additionally, along with other prerequisites. Once an applicant is admitted to the bar, they are required to continue their legal education to remain up to date with law-related developments. The hours required for ongoing education vary from state to state.

    Most personal injury lawyers will specialize in law areas, allowing them to become experts in their relevant fields. To be a specialist, a lawyer must partake in special certification programs which the American Bar Association administers.

    Once a personal injury lawyer passes the bar exam, receives their license, and acquires other certifications, they can pursue any specialty within the law. Many choose a specific area of law to become top in their field.

  • What Typical Steps Will a Personal Injury Lawyer Take to Build a Case?

    At Morgan and Morgan, after interviewing the client and learning the pertinent facts of the case, our personal injury lawyers will typically do the following:

    Collecting and examining the evidence - Whether it's medical malpractice, a slip, and fall, or a motor vehicle accident, the first stage of building a case involves collecting and examining the evidence as quickly as possible. These steps must take place in a timely fashion in order to preserve evidence. We may hire an investigator to explore the scene of the incident and interview witnesses, obtain police reports and medical records, and retrieve any video footage. The fees involved in collecting this kind of evidence are only ever paid by our client if we are successful in winning compensation.

    Handling insurance company communications - One of the most important aspects of a personal injury lawyer's job is to step in and take control of communication with insurance companies. We understand that clients who have been injured need to spend their time recovering, not fighting with overly aggressive or stubborn insurance companies. When the insurance company gets notice of the claim, they will conduct their own research and reach out to discuss the claim. Once they receive notification that you have legal representation, they are prohibited from harassing you. They only talk to your lawyer. Your lawyer will work on your behalf to gain a fair settlement through negotiations up until negotiations fail.

    Prepare and file legal documents - When negotiations fail, the next step is to prepare for a lawsuit which starts by filing a complaint with the appropriate court. Your case will then be placed on the court's calendar. During this process, a number of different filings will need to occur, both to the defendant and the court.

    Representing plaintiffs in depositions - Lawsuits require depositions as part of the preliminary proceedings. This is where you will need to appear before the court and provide testimony under oath. Your lawyer will prepare you for this and be present and represent you during these proceedings. Depositions narrow down the issues and prepare both sides for what will be presented in court.

    Representing the plaintiff at trial - When lawsuits are progressing, negotiations will often continue. The final option is to proceed with a case before a jury. As previously mentioned, it's crucial to have an attorney that is experienced and comfortable arguing before a judge and jury. If we win at trial, then all is good. If we don't prevail, we can appeal the ruling. We can further represent you if the defendant pursues an appeal to the court's findings.

  • Where Can I Contact Morgan And Morgan for Personal Injury Needs?

    If you are asking the question, "where can I contact Morgan and Morgan for personal injury needs," you are likely already familiar with our winning verdicts or have been referred to us by a respected contact. We're gratified that you would trust us to represent you in such an important matter. We understand how crucial it is for us to be successful in your civil claim. Nobody should get away with causing harm to others because they are negligent or careless. We believe you have the right to pursue compensation and vow to work diligently to make sure you get it. Contact us today for a free case evaluation. We will review the facts of your claim and direct you to the appropriate expert specializing in your type of claim.

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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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