If you’ve been injured in an accident, you may be entitled to monetary compensation that will cover your medical expenses and lost wages, or reimburse you for the costs of repairing or replacing your damaged property. If the accident was the fault of another party, the liable party may be required to pay not only your financial losses but also your pain and suffering, which can be significant in cases involving serious injuries. Whatever situation you find yourself in after a car crash or other personal injury incident, you will want to take immediate action to protect your legal rights and ensure that you get the best outcome possible morgan and morgan will be there.
Morgan & Morgan: History
Morgan & Morgan, P.A. was established in Orlando, Florida in 1984 by John Morgan and Thomas J. Henry. Tom Henry left Morgan & Morgan in 1987 to start his own law firm, and today is one of Florida’s largest personal injury firms with offices throughout Central Florida, South Florida, and Tampa Bay. In 2010, Morgan & Morgan joined forces with Michael Graves’ Orlando-based Graves & Schlossberg firm. In March 2014, Morgan + Morgan merged with Colson Hicks Eidson LLP (CHE) headquartered in Tallahassee—the state capital located approximately 120 miles north of Morgan + Morgan’s main office located in Fort Lauderdale.
Why Hire a Lawyer?
Every year, thousands of people are seriously injured because of someone else’s negligence. Whether you or a loved one have suffered as a result of a faulty product, an auto accident, medical malpractice, or some other type of incident—you need someone on your side who can advocate for your interests in court. Hiring a top-rated personal injury attorney is one way to ensure that you receive financial compensation for all damages related to your accident—including lost wages, future medical expenses, and more. At Morgan & Morgan, we provide skilled legal representation at no upfront cost to you—and if we don’t win your case, there’s no fee at all.
Personal Injury Claims Process
This is not an unusual situation. Lawyers at Morgan & Morgan only work on a contingency fee basis. This means that if they don’t win your case, they don’t get paid anything! In fact, their fee is a percentage of what you are awarded in damages. So not only do they have every incentive to win your case, but they also have every reason to negotiate hard on your behalf to get you as much compensation as possible. They will never ask for money from you upfront. And when we say we never ask for money from our clients upfront, we mean it. You won’t ever have to pay them a penny until they have secured your compensation through a settlement or jury award.
What Type of Compensation Can I Get?
If you suffered an injury because of someone else’s negligence, you may be able to receive compensation for your losses. This can include medical bills, lost wages, cost of care or rehabilitation equipment, pain and suffering, and mental anguish. You might also receive compensation for punitive damages if you were seriously injured or died as a result of another person’s intentional misconduct. Is There a Statute of Limitations?: A statute of limitations is used to determine how long you have to file a personal injury lawsuit after your accident. In Florida, there are two different statutes of limitations for these types of cases; three years for an injury that caused significant damage, and two years for any other type of personal injury. Can I File a Lawsuit Against More Than One Person?: In some cases—such as when multiple parties played a role in causing your injuries—you may need to file suit against more than one party in order to recover all available resources.
Case Evaluation with No Obligation
When you have been injured in an accident that wasn’t your fault, or if you’ve lost a loved one to wrongful death, it can be tempting to want to file a lawsuit against those responsible for your suffering. However, if you don’t know where to start—or how much it will cost—consider speaking with an attorney at Morgan & Morgan for free. Our attorneys have helped countless people get their lives back on track after they suffered catastrophic injuries or lost a loved one, and they can help you too. We evaluate all personal injury cases on a contingency basis – which means we don’t get paid unless we win money for you.
FAQs about Car Accidents and Other Motor Vehicle Incidents
If you’ve been injured in a car accident, trucking wreck, or motorcycle crash, it may seem overwhelming to know what steps to take next. Here are some frequently asked questions about motor vehicle incidents: Can I speak with an attorney about my injury claim for free? How do I find out if I have a case? Who is at fault in a motor vehicle accident? Will my insurance cover my medical bills if I’m hurt in an accident? What happens if there are multiple drivers involved in my accident? Should I see a doctor immediately after my auto accident? Do all law firms charge contingency fees (no cost to me) if they win their cases? What should I look for when hiring an auto accident lawyer? Which firm is right for me if I have been seriously injured or lost a loved one because of someone else’s negligence on the roadways?
Free Consultation at Morgan & Morgan Offices Nationwide
Morgan & Morgan’s lawyers are available at offices nationwide to meet with you, discuss your case, answer questions, and provide a free consultation. If you have been injured due to someone else’s negligence or carelessness, they can help determine if you have a valid personal injury claim. Morgan & Morgan accepts all injury cases on contingency, which means they don’t get paid unless you do! They will give you a FREE consultation.
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