We think everyone deserves access to experienced legal representation, regardless of your social or economic background.
There’s always someone here for you
injury.com is an online platform for Morgan & Morgan. That means you get all the resources and expertise of America’s Largest Injury Law Firm from the ease and comfort of your home.
Tap into Morgan & Morgan’s wealth of experience and knowledgeable work staff quickly and easily from your armchair. So you can focus on recovery while we do the heavy lifting.
Since 1988, we’ve recovered $10+ billion for our car accident, slip & fall, workplace
injury clients and more. We have a history of winning and would love to fight to win
No long introductory calls. No filing physical paperwork. With
injury.com, upload documents from your phone. It’s that simple.
We’ve rapidly expanded and are now in all 49 states including Washington, D.C., and we continue to grow. That means you’re hiring a lively firm with the goal of winning.
Our lawyers are not Jacks of All Trades and Masters of None. Working across all 40 practice areas, you can stand tall knowing you’ll get a highly experienced lawyer who specializes in your specific injury.
We wanted to make being hurt easier for the modern age, using tech to simplify the process of recovery and lawsuits. Complete the online questionnaire and find out if you have a claim instantly. So you can rest up, work from your phone and take calls from your couch without having to go through the traditional complications of injury law.
Traditional law processes often leave clients in the dark, having them waiting for updates and wondering what’s going on with their case. With Injury.com, you can receive regular updates on your case through SMS text messages. Or speak to our staff directly from our website in the chat corner. From A to Z, we’re making everything that comes with your injury more effortless.
Less wait. Less fuss. Less pain. Going through an injury is hard enough, and the last thing you need are the travails that come with working with the “old-fashioned injury lawyer.”