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Personal Injury Attorneys in Tallahassee, Florida (FL)

If you or a loved one has been injured in the Tallahassee area, the attorney you select to handle your case will have a significant outcome on the amount of compensation you may be awarded.

Unlike most law firms that are quick to accept settlement offers, the attorneys in our Tallahassee office prepare each case as if it was going to trial. We work with medical and economic experts who can estimate the cost of our clients’ losses, which may include medical bills and loss of earning capacity.

This helps provide us with a figure that covers the amount our clients will need to readjust to life following an accident. While each case is different and damages will vary, our dedication to thorough preparation and our reputation in the courtroom have helped us recover significant awards on behalf of our clients.

The attorneys at Morgan & Morgan have been assisting clients for more than two decades. If you’ve been hurt, we may be able to help you take legal action to recover compensation for your losses. Contact the attorneys in our Tallahassee office today by completing our free, no obligation case review form today.

Types of Cases We Handle

Our attorneys handle a variety of injury cases, including:

Car Accidents
motor vehicle accidents
Aviation Accidents
personal injury
Birth Injuries
medical malpractice
Brain Injuries
personal injury
Burn Injuries
fire burn injury
Dog Bites
personal injury
Labor and Employment
overtime and wages
Maritime Accidents
personal injury
Medical Malpractice
medical malpractice
Motorcycle Accidents
motor vehicle accidents
Nursing Home Abuse
nursing home abuse
overtime and wages
Sinkhole Damages
insurance disputes
Premises Liability
slip and falls
Spinal Cord Injuries
personal injury
Social Security
social security disability
Workers' Compensation
workers compensation
Wrongful Death
personal injury

Why File a Lawsuit?

By filing a lawsuit, you are given a chance to recover compensation for losses that were only incurred because another individual or entity acted negligently or carelessly. While taking legal action may not be your first priority following an accident, an attorney can help examine the cost of your current and future losses and file a claim seeking this amount from the party responsible for your injury. In a personal injury claim, your attorney may seek compensation for the following:

  • Current and future medical expenses, including the cost of physical therapy, surgeries and home modifications
  • Lost wages
  • Loss of earning capacity
  • Pain and suffering
  • Mental anguish
  • Loss of life’s enjoyment
  • Loss of companionship, comfort, affection, etc.

In cases of wrongful death, your attorney may be able to recover compensation for funeral expenses, loss of household services and loss of projected earnings.

The purpose of monetary damages is to restore the victim financially, emotionally, and physically. While a personal injury lawsuit cannot heal an injury or bring a loved one back, it can provide financial stability during a difficult time.

In addition, by taking legal action, you can hold the party responsible for their actions or failure to act and, in rare cases, may be entitled to punitive damages, which are awarded to discourage similar conduct among others.

Can I Sue for My Injuries?

It is important to remember that not all injury victims will be able to file a claim for their losses. A number of factors, including the cause of your accident and the severity of your injury, will be considered in determining whether you have legal recourse.

Only a qualified attorney in Tallahassee will be able to determine whether you are eligible for a personal injury lawsuit; however, Florida accident victims should be aware that the majority of personal injury cases are based on the theory of negligence.

When a person or entity fails to exercise a certain level of care to protect others against the risk of unreasonable harm, they may be deemed negligent and could be held liable for any resulting damages should an accident occur.

For instance, a doctor who fails to order a certain diagnostic test that another physician in a similar situation would have ordered may be liable for any damages if a patient is injured due to a missed diagnosis. In another example, a driver may be considered negligent if he or she violates Florida law by speeding or driving under the influence and causes an accident.

If you or a loved one has been injured in Tallahassee, you may be able to seek compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering and other losses. To find our attorneys may be able to help you, please complete our free, no obligation case review form today.

What our clients say

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"Morgan & Morgan has been nothing short of excellent; they’ve met my every need and got me the medical attention I needed in a timely manner. I love that they are there to answer any question that I may have and kept me in the loop. Great team!!"

verdicts & settlements

  • Stephanie Kemp v. Capital Regional Medical Center

  • Armstrong v. Gulf County Sheriff's Office

  • Joann Davis v. Marion Little

  • Johnson v. Leon County School Board

  • Davis v. Steak n Shake

  • Bellflower v. Bowden

  • Graham v. Stand

  • Manzo v. Kazmarcek

  • Breland v. Owens

  • Manzo v. Sanctuary at Bay Hill