201 N. Franklin Street, 7th Floor, Tampa, FL 33602

(813) 223-5505

Personal Injury Lawyers in Tampa, Florida (FL)

If you or a loved one has been injured, the attorneys at Morgan & Morgan may be able to help you gain compensation for your losses.

Our Tampa office in particular is a large firm; with 53 lawyers, we take on a wide variety of personal injury cases in order to best represent the people of Tampa in times of need. Not only do our attorneys have vast experience in their fields, they have also recovered millions in verdicts and settlements against negligent healthcare providers, automobile drivers, product manufacturers and other parties.

You could be compensated for your losses if your injury was caused by negligence on the part of an individual or company. These losses may include current and future medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering. If you are ready for us to learn more, feel free to schedule a free case evaluation right away.

Types of Cases We Handle

Our attorneys handle a variety of injury cases, including:

Car Accidents
motor vehicle accidents
Birth Injuries
medical malpractice
Boat Accidents
personal injury
Burn Injuries
fire burn injury
DUI Accidents
motor vehicle accidents
Medical Malpractice
medical malpractice
Motorcycle Accidents
motor vehicle accidents
Nursing Home Abuse
nursing home abuse
Overtime/Wage & Hour
overtime and wages
Premises Liability
slip and falls
Spinal Cord Injuries
personal injury
Social Security Disability
social security disability
Brain Injuries
personal injury
Truck Accidents
motor vehicle accidents
Veterans' Disability
social security disability
Workers' Compensation
workers compensation
Wrongful Death
personal injury

Do I Have a Case?

In addition to showing that you have been injured, your attorney must also establish, through credible and relevant evidence, that the other party is legally responsible for your injuries. As a result, a lot of work goes into investigating the circumstances of your injury.

Most cases are filed under the theory of negligence, which is defined as the failure to exercise reasonable care to protect others from harm. These cases hinge on your attorney providing a clear picture of failure on someone else’s part to act reasonably when it comes to being careful.

For example, did a medical professional act with the amount of care needed? If they were negligent, and a patient suffered for it, an attorney could prove that the patient was owed damages for their losses in a medical malpractice suit. If someone driving a vehicle was negligent for any number of reasons - running a stop light, texting while driving, etc. - they have failed to act with the care needed to be driving the vehicle, and your attorney can work to prove that an injury in a car accident was a result of that negligence.

How Can Morgan & Morgan Help Me?

Dedicated to protecting the people, not the powerful, Morgan & Morgan has established itself as a leading personal injury law firm. Our attorneys in Tampa have played a vital role in the firm’s success, recovering millions on behalf of their clients.

Our lawyers work on a contingency-fee basis, meaning they only get a fee if they successfully win your case, with the fee usually being a percentage of the settlement. Until then, you don’t have to deal with costly hourly fees, and you still get the vast resources we offer.

Contact Us for Your Free Consultation

Only an experienced attorney will be able to evaluate your situation and determine whether you have grounds for a lawsuit. To find out whether you can take legal action, contact us today by completing our free case evaluation form.

What our clients say

  • Testimonial Video 1

"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

  • Joel Capote v. JVS Contracting, Inc.

  • Yolanda Ferraro v. The Travelers Home and Marine Insurance Company

  • Risa Wilson v. Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office

  • Ali-Colas v. Guoling Liu

  • Minnear vs. City of Arcadia

  • Elaine Fleming v. Geico Insurance Company

  • A.E. and M.E., individually, and as personal representatives of the deceased's estate v. Thomas Umstead, M.D. & Florida Women's Care

  • Paree v. Lawrence

  • Veronda Gentry v. State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company

  • Brown v. Travelers