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How Does A Contingency Fee Arrangement Work?

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

When a person is injured in a car accident, truck accident, or any other type of personal injury accident, he or she may be unable to work. However, he or she must still find a way to pay for his or her living expenses and the growing pile of medical bills. The last thing… Read More »


Top Five Questions You Need To Ask Before Hiring A Personal Injury Attorney

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

Accidents rarely come with forewarning, so when they do happen, victims are often left with a lot of unanswered questions. How are they supposed to pay their medical bills? WHO pays for their medical bills? What happens when they cannot work? If they want to file a personal injury claim, how and when should… Read More »


Holiday Drunk Driving Accidents

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

With the holidays officially upon us, our Miami personal injury lawyers feel it is important to address the very real issue of holiday drunk driving accidents. Though most people like to have a drink or two when gathered with friends and family members, the rules of the road do not change just because “tis… Read More »


When Medications Do More Harm Than Good

By The Law Offices of Spencer G. Morgan, P.A. |

Nearly seven in 10 Americans rely on prescription drug medications each year to relieve pain or some other chronic condition. More than half of those 70 percent rely on at least two medications to feel better, and 20 percent take five or more medications at any given time. Unfortunately, we live in an era… Read More »

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