Spencer G. Morgan, Esq.
Mr. Morgan was admitted to the Florida Bar after graduating from the University of Miami School of Law in 1996. Before that, he graduated with honors from James Madison University and made Dean’s List while studying at the University of Salamanca in Spain. During law school, Mr. Morgan interned for the Chief Federal Magistrate of the Southern District of Florida, William Turnoff, and interned for the Chief Immigration Judge at the Executive Office of Immigration Review. Upon graduation, the substantial majority of his cases were defending personal injury claims on behalf of the insurance companies. This gave Mr. Morgan a unique insight into how insurance companies make decisions. Upon leaving the state’s largest litigation firm, Carlton Fields, in 2001, Mr. Morgan decided to follow his passion and has been exclusively representing individuals in all types of claims for injuries against insurance companies and large corporations. Mr. Morgan does not represent insurance companies and will not in the future.
Mr. Morgan is admitted to practice law in all of the State Courts in Florida as well as Federal Court in the Southern District of Florida. In his limited free time, Mr. Morgan enjoys biking, travel, and spending quality time with his wife Maria and two girls, Amanda and Katelin.
Mr. Morgan is a Preeminent AV rated attorney and part of the Million Dollar Advocate Forum
The “Preeminent AV rating” is the highest peer review rating an attorney or law firm can receive. It is given by the most established and well known legal directory in the world. This means that attorneys at other firms and practices believe that Spencer G. Morgan is among the best.
Established in 1993, the Million Dollar Advocates Forum (which includes the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum) is one of the most prestigious groups of trial lawyers in the United States. Membership is limited to attorneys who have won million and multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements. There are over 4000 members throughout the country. Fewer than 1% of U.S. lawyers are members.