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“My mom was rear-ended by a tractor trailer. The insurance company said they would take care of us and nothing happened. We hired Morgan and he… [found] proof the truck driver was speeding, proof the company destroyed vital evidence, and proof that my mom had a brain injury. He was great to work with and always helpful. We had a great recovery for my mom.”
“Morgan helped me with a lawsuit against a trucking company. He handled my case with the utmost professionalism. I was very impressed with the outcome as well as his attentiveness to my needs.”
“When I called Morgan I was lost… When Morgan laid our case out in front of us, I knew I had made a very wise choice in attorneys. My wife is 100% disabled, but thanks to Morgan Adams she has an income and investments to take care of her needs. I would recommend Morgan Adams to my best friend.”
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“Morgan is a very intelligent, hardworking lawyer and a fierce advocate for his clients. He is one of the foremost [resources] in the United States regarding interstate trucking law and regulations. I highly recommend him.”
“Morgan Adams is a lawyer who gives everything he has to his clients. I have lectured with him at Trial Lawyers seminars and have worked with him on trucking cases. He is constantly striving to do his best for his clients and has gotten great results.”
“I endorse Morgan without hesitation. I contacted him on a complex trucking matter for his thoughts. He took 45 minutes with me on the phone and we discussed it in detail. While he basically assured me that my value on the case was correct, it was reassuring to hear it from Morgan. I later settled that trucking death case at pre-trial mediation for $2.85 million. This endorsement is the least I can do to say thank you for that time.”
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Frequently Asked Questions
Do your attorneys handle cases outside of Tennessee and Washington?
Yes. Our attorneys have handled trucking accident cases in a variety of states throughout the country. We have an extensive network of attorney contacts, and we use the best local counsel to file suit in states where we are not admitted by the state bar. Residents of any state can contact us regarding injuries they have suffered in a large truck or bus accident.
What is your firm’s track record in trucking accident cases?
Our attorneys have a history of successful recoveries on behalf of our clients, including several judgments and settlements in excess of one million dollars. Please visit our case results page and our testimonials page for more information about our track record.
How much does it cost to retain the services of the Truck Wreck Justice, PLLC. attorneys?
At the Law Offices of Morgan Adams, we operate on a contingent fee basis for personal injury cases, which means that you will not pay for fees or case expenses unless and until we make a recovery on your behalf where allowed by law. (Some states do require clients to remain responsible for costs. Our firm policy is not to charge costs to clients unless we win or required to do so by state law. For example, Washington state requires clients to be responsible for costs at all times.)
When a recovery is made in your case, attorney’s fees and case expenses are deducted, and then you receive the balance of the award or settlement. We accept a fixed percentage of the funds that we recover; our fees are in line with industry standards and typically range between 25 to 40 percent of the total recovery, depending on the complexity of the case.
What is the definition of negligence?
Negligence, as it’s defined under the law, occurs when an individual (or legal entity) fails to exercise the care that a reasonable person would exercise in similar circumstances. If a person fails to act as a reasonable person would, he or she may be held liable for any resulting damages.
In order to have a viable trucking accident claim, the victim must have been harmed by the negligence of an individual or other legal entity; this could be the truck driver, trucking company, or another party.