Winter Haven

523 East Central Avenue, Winter Haven, FL 33880

(863) 291-0428

Personal Injury Lawyers in Winter Haven

Whether you have been injured in a car accident, a slip and fall, or a boating accident, our Winter Haven office will do everything possible to protect your rights at every stage of the legal process.

During the initial consultation, your attorney will examine the unique factors of your case and consider what evidence is needed to prove that you weren’t at fault for the accident. Our attorneys will use their experience and legal knowledge to effectively present your case to the judge and jury so as to maximize your potential financial recovery.

Complete our free case review form to reach out to our Winter Haven office. Remember that Florida has a Statute of Limitations, which means that you only have a certain amount of time to file a claim. Your clock has already started to count down.

Types of Cases We Handle

Our attorneys handle a variety of injury cases, including:

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

Can I Sue for My Injuries?

Whether you can sue for damages will depend on the details of your case and the cause of your injuries. In general, a person can take legal action if he or she has been injured because of a negligent or reckless act of another person or entity.

For example, if a fast food restaurant fails to clean up a spill on the floor and does not warn customers of the hazard, the owner of the restaurant may be held liable for any injuries sustained by its customers.

Why File a Lawsuit?

The purpose of a personal injury lawsuit is to compensate the victim for their losses and to hold the negligent party accountable for their actions. Through a personal injury lawsuit, our Winter Haven attorneys may be able to help you receive compensation for:

  • Medical Expenses
  • Lost Wages
  • Reduced Earning Capacity
  • Pain and Suffering
  • Loss of Consortium (intended to compensate the spouse of a personal injury victim for the loss of the benefits of a family relationship)

To learn more about how filing a personal injury lawsuit can help you, contact Morgan & Morgan by filling out our free case review form.

What our clients say

verdicts & settlements

  • Spitler v. Meadow Point

    $500,000.00
    2015
  • Ramey v. Aberdeen Creek

    $60,000.00
    2015
  • Eick v. Kacheparova

    $308,522.00
    2011