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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New York – The State of New York instituted a law that attempts to provide immunity to healthcare workers who provide negligent medical care. The ruling was set in place as an emergency effort in order to bring in additional doctors, physician assistants and nurses during the initial response to the coronavirus pandemic. However, critics explain that this initial concept has continued and is a dangerous precedent to set. They note that only ‘gross negligence’ could be claimed in a medical malpractice lawsuit case. This gives healthcare workers free reign to mostly act as they please despite the potential damage and injury that they may cause. It should be noted that everyone appreciates the efforts being undertaken by the healthcare workers during these trying times. However, that should not mean that patient’s rights should be trampled on or that high quality medical care shouldn’t be provided consistently. Accountability within hospitals and doctor’s offices is an essential component of maintaining proper care and preventing medical errors or mistakes. Patient safety advocates claim that the intent of the law is not as important as the protection of patient rights and provision of medical care that is up to the accepted standard of care. Poor or substandard quality of care must be prevented, monitored and dealt with expediently in order to maintain proper healthcare, according to those challenging the law. In fact, a top New York medical malpractice lawyer notes that the validity of the law is actually in question and may need to be challenged. You can read more about this  Read more

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New York – A state police trooper suffered a serious work injury during a motor vehicle accident investigation. The injured policewoman was sitting in the driver’s seat of her police car when her car was rear-ended by an SUV truck. According to reports, the officer was on the scene of a prior truck accident, parked on the side of a highway and situated just behind the truck. The Chevy SUV driver apparently violated the New York “move over law” that instructs drivers to move over a full lane when emergency vehicles are operating on the shoulder or lane of a highway. This violation may constitute negligence or even reckless driving and can be grounds for a moving violation ticket as well as a personal injury lawsuit. Meanwhile, the injured worker cop was taken to the hospital for various injuries. These work injuries may very well leave this New York State trooper with significant permanent disability issues. On-the-job injuries are a common problem for all types of workers but these types of accidents are extremely serious when it comes to police officers involved in work injuries. Worker’s compensation, or worker’s comp, is supposed to cover work related accident injuries. However, some workers find it necessary to get the assistance of a specialized work injury lawyer in order to get the care and funds that they deserve. You can see this article for more about this officer’s job related car accident with injury. Photo for illustrative... Read more

 

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