Morrison & Wagner, LLP NY Injury Lawyers

The professionals at Morrison & Wagner have a proven track  record and 30 years of experience protecting and defending the things that mean the most  to you, your family, or your business.


 

Personal Injury

If you’ve been injured because an individual or business failed to use reasonable care, we can help right the wrong.
With an eye on helping to make you whole again, our secondary goal is to discourage the offenders from committing the same offense.
Our attorneys have been involved in litigation involving millions of dollars for damages on our clients behalf including medical expenses, property damages, pain and suffering, loss of a loved one, loss of earnings capacity, emotional distress, loss of consortium or companionship, and legal costs and attorney fees.
Many accident and personal injury cases never see a courtroom because our expert attorneys are adept and expedient at reaching out of court settlements, a result of decades worth of experience that adds real value to the attorney-client relationship.


  • Morrison & Wagner has an excellent record in helping people win a wide range of cases of personal injury, medical malpractice and wrongful death. Had an accident or got injured as a result of someone else’s negligence? We can help.

  • From auto, construction, and slip-and-fall accidents to negligence, defective products, medical malpractice and wrongful death, Morrison & Wagner has an established record of recovering the maximum financial compensation for client’s losses.Morrison & Wagner offers comprehensive legal representation.

  • You are our top priority. Call us for a FREE, no-obligation consultation. Get Personal Injury Compensation!


Our Practice Areas

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We offer comprehensive legal representation to our clients. Our areas of practice include:

  • Medical Malpractice

  • Automobile Accidents

  • Wrongful Death

  • Work Related Injuries

  • Premises Liability

  • Slip and Falls

  • Trip and Falls

  • Ceiling Collapses

  • Wrongful Death

  • Labor Law

  • Products Liability

  • Traumatic Brain Injury

  • Lead Poisoning

  • Pedestrian Knockdown

  • Assault and Battery

  • Improper Supervision

  • Real Estate

  • Insurance Defense

  • Coverage Disputes

  • Workers Compensation

  • Swimming Pool Accident

  • Elevator/Escalator Accident

  • Camps, School and Playgrounds

  • Ladders and Scaffolds

  • Construction Accidents

Our Featured Success Stories

Recent Blog Posts

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The horrific fatal Tesla car accident has many public safety specialists quite concerned. The car collision killed two men who were both passengers in the vehicle at the time. Both men were sitting in passenger seats at the time of the fatal accident. The most obvious concern is with regards to the autopilot function that the Tesla car comes equipped with. The company insists that the autopilot function does not mean that the car can fully driver itself. Rather, the driver must actively monitor and maintain control of the vehicle. However, this is certainly not the first Tesla accident that has been blamed on the autopilot and the manufacturer is well aware of this dangerous situation. Some have questioned the sales tactics and safety claims made by the Tesla company. Road safety and consumer advocates say that the car manufacturer is shirking its responsibility by creating a hazardous condition but then just telling drivers that it’s their responsibility to maintain control over the vehicle. The company’s clear message has been that their car is safe and that the autopilot program is accurate and can prevent collisions. Another major safety concern that has come to light in this Tesla electric vehicle accident is that of an uncontrollable car fire. The world of the electric car has grown faster than safety agencies believe is safe. They have expressed concerns regarding the dangerous car battery fires that have reignited after being put out by firefighters. The fact that quite a few car battery fires were caused by a car accident and were then more difficult to... Read more

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New York – An assistant superintendent building worker was crushed to death after being dragged into some moving elevator equipment. The elevator accident occurred after the maintenance worker was attempting to retrieve something that had fallen down into the elevator shaft. He was caught by the elevator cables as they moved along the elevator car above. Building safety specialists say that safety protocols and mechanisms should have been in place to prevent such a work accident. Some workplace safety advocates have asked why the elevator maintenance room was not properly secured with guards in place to prevent a person from getting caught up in the ropes, gears and motor. In addition, concern has arisen as to whether or not negligent maintenance or even faulty manufacturing could have contributed to such a fatal accident. Heavy machinery such as elevators require constant proper maintenance and inspections. Work accidents are a big concern for union leaders and work safety personnel. A worker’s comp injury can come about from all sorts of dangerous conditions found in the average workplace according to specialists. This can range from a car accident, to a slip and fall accident or even falling debris that can cause a head injury, internal bleeding or broken bone. An accident with injuries can easily lead to a permanent disability, sick leave and even wrongful death. You can find more details about this work accident in this article. Photo for illustrative purposes only. Photo... Read more

 

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