Getting Just Compensation
for Your Pain
At Morgan Litigation Group, we take pride in representing individuals and the families of individuals who have been injured or wronged at the hands of others. Although we are a boutique law firm, our attorneys have the resources and knowledge necessary to handle complex personal injury cases across a wide range of areas, while still providing our clients with personalized, hands-on representation. Together, our South Carolina injury attorneys have almost 50 years of combined experience litigating personal injury & accident cases throughout South Carolina and Georgia, as well as across the Southeast and United States
Burns are complicated and painful injuries that have various causes. Their effects are both physical and psychological. At Morgan Litigation Group, our South Carolina burn injury lawyers have the experience and knowledge to help with your case. Our attorneys have represented hundreds of clients in burn injury cases involving numerous types of injuries, including chemical, thermal and electrical burns. These cases have included house fires due to faulty wiring, explosions caused by propane and natural gas leaks, electrocution and electrical shock injuries, post-collision vehicle fires, scald burns due to improperly set water heaters, flash-back incidents caused by defective grills and other consumer products, industrial accidents, as well as gas can explosions.
Burn injury cases are complex and often require the use of experts in the fields of engineering (fire, chemical, mechanical, or electrical), accident reconstruction, and other specialties to determine the cause of the incident. Medical experts, vocational experts, life care planners, and economists are also required to estimate future medical care and expenses, as well as lost earnings and earning capacity. Our experienced burn injury attorneys will consult with a network of top investigators, engineering specialists and medical experts to determine the cause of your incident, the extent of your injuries and the identity of any and all negligent parties who may be legally responsible for your damages.
Although our law firm is located in Lexington, South Carolina, we have and continue to represent burn victims across the Southeast and United States. If you or a loved one has suffered burn injures due to someone else's negligence, contact our South Carolina burn injury lawyers today to learn how we can help you recover the compensation you deserve.
Under South Carolina law, a wrongful death is one that occurs due to the wrongful act, neglect or default of another. A wrongful death can arise from the same type of incidents that lead to personal injury claims including those involving automobile or trucking accidents, defective products, industrial accidents, slip and falls, electrocution incident, propane and natural gas fires and explosions, and many others. Our attorneys have helped families throughout the state of South Carolina and Georgia following the wrongful death of a loved one
If a family member or close relative has been killed due to the negligent conduct of someone else, the wrongful death attorneys at Morgan Litigation Group can help guide you through the difficult times that follow a loved one’s death, and assist your family in recovering the compensation that you are entitled to.Products Liability
Under South Carolina law, manufacturers and sellers of products have a duty to ensure the goods they produce are reasonably safe for their intended use. When a manufacturer or seller fails to comply with this duty, they may be held legally liable for the injuries and damages that occur because the product was in a defective condition unreasonably dangerous to the user. There are three defects a plaintiff in a products liability lawsuit can allege to show that the product is unreasonably dangerous: a manufacturing defect, a warning defect and/or a design defect.
The personal injury attorneys at Morgan Litigation Group handle complex products liability cases involving defective products for clients throughout South Carolina and nationwide. If you or your family member was involved in an accident caused by a defective product, contact our attorneys today, as you may be entitled to significant compensation for your injuries and financial losses.Construction / Industrial Accidents
In South Carolina, employees who suffer on-the-job injuries are generally prohibited from bringing personal injury lawsuits against their direct employers. Instead, the injured employee’s sole remedy against his or her employer is to pursue workers’ compensation benefits. However, the South Carolina Workers' Compensation Act does not prohibit an injured employee from bringing a lawsuit against a third party, such as a subcontractor or the manufacturer of defective equipment, whose negligence caused or contributed to his or her workplace injury.
If you believe that your workplace injuries were caused by the negligence of a party other than your employer, contact Morgan Litigation Group today. Our experienced attorneys will thoroughly investigate the circumstances surrounding your accident to determine whether the potential exists for a claim against a third-party or parties.Automobile Accidents
Automobile accidents are an unfortunate part of daily life. While it’s true that sometimes these accidents are just that, accidental, the vast majority are completely avoidable and caused by the reckless or negligent actions of other drivers. For example, many collisions are caused by completely preventable issues, including speeding, distracted driving (including texting, talking on the phone or using social media apps) and driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. If you or someone you love has been injured in an accident due to no fault of your own, you should contact an experienced automobile accident attorney as soon as possible, even before speaking to an insurance adjuster.
At Morgan Litigation Group, our experienced Lexington car accident attorneys fight to ensure that our injured clients receive the full and fair compensation they deserve for their medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and other damages they incur as a result of their injuries.Truck Accidents
Due to the sheer size and weight of tractor trailers, they are more likely to inflict catastrophic personal injury or death in a collision with a much smaller vehicle. In turn, victims of trucking accidents are more likely to suffer devastating, life-threatening injuries including head and brain injuries, burn injuries, spinal cord damage, broken bones, and other serious medical conditions.
More so than with any other type of motor vehicle accident, it is extremely important that you contact an experienced truck accident attorney as soon as possible after your accident to assist you in investigating the cause of the accident and submitting a claim to the insurance company. Trucking companies and their insurance carriers often send a rapid response team to the scene of an accident shortly after it occurs, so it is important for you to likewise protect your legal interests.
The experienced truck accident lawyers at Morgan Litigation Group will diligently investigate your accident and negotiate with the trucking company’s insurance adjuster to obtain the compensation and justice you deserve.Premises Liability / Slip and Falls
Owners and operators of commercial and residential properties in South Carolina have a legal duty to maintain their premises in a reasonably safe condition for business and social guests. This includes the duty of exercising due care to discover risks and take safety precautions to warn of or eliminate foreseeable unreasonable risks, and to warn of latent or hidden dangers.
If you or your loved ones have been injured or killed because someone’s property was unsafe, you are entitled to seek compensation for your damages including, past and future medical expenses, lost income and earning capacity, and pain and suffering. Our attorneys have decades of combined experience handling premises liability cases on behalf of victims of unsafe and hazardous conditions throughout South Carolina and Georgia including, retail store slip-and-fall accidents, parking lot or sidewalk injuries, dog bites and other premise liability matters.Dog Bites
Under South Carolina law, an owner of a domestic animal, such as a dog, owes a duty to control his or her animal in order to prevent injury to other persons. Moreover, the laws in our state impose strict liability on a dog owner for damages arising out of a dog bite when the victim was in a public place or lawfully in a private place at the time of the bite or attack and did not provoke the dog. That means that dog bite victims in South Carolina may sue for damages regardless of whether the dog was known to be aggressive.
If you or your loved one has suffered a serious dog bite, the attorneys at Morgan Litigation Group can help you obtain compensation for medical bills and other losses, including your pain and suffering, scarring and disfigurement.Contact Our Lexington, South Carolina Personal Injury Attorneys
The attorneys at Morgan Litigation Group have years of experience handling serious personal injury and wrongful death cases throughout the state of South Carolina, as well as across the Southeast and United States. If you or a loved one has been injured or killed due to someone else’s negligence, call Morgan Litigation Group at 803-359-6195 for a free consultation about your potential claims and how we can help you get the compensation you need to move forward.
Kirk Morgan is a founding member of the Morgan Litigation Group. He has been practicing law for 37 years and has extensive trial experience.
Chuck is a partner and founding member of Morgan Litigation Group. Since graduating law school, he has dedicated his practice.
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