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 – Multiple accident victims were left in the wake of a car crash in the Bronx. The car ‎accident apparently started when a driver tried speeding away from police and then slammed into two ‎other cars and several pedestrians. The pedestrian accident caused three injury victims to be rushed ‎to the hospital with varying wounds after they were hit by the car. Occupants of the other cars also ‎suffered various injuries from the motor vehicle collision and required emergency care in the trauma ‎center. The suspected injuries have included head injury with traumatic brain injury, neck and back ‎pain as well as possible broken bones and fractures. Witnesses note that the initial vehicle that caused ‎the car crash rolled over and landed on its roof. The driver of that car was arrested by police and will be ‎charged with crimes that led to an accident with personal injury. You can read more about this roll-over ‎car collision here. ‎ Photo for illustrative purposes only. Photo Credit: Bugeater [ Read more

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New York – Labor laws are designed and passed to protect workers from work accident injuries. The ‎New York State Labor Law 240 is one such law that was written to prevent work-related injury by ‎requiring basic safety protocols and equipment for at-risk employees. Specifically, this so-called ‎‎“scaffold law” was an answer to a well-known and specific problem of construction accidents due to ‎hazardous conditions at work. However, some companies within the construction industry are ‎attempting to have lawmakers cancel the law in an effort for them to make more money. The goal and ‎specifics of the law were to require employers in construction companies to provide safety training ‎and equipment, such as harnesses, hard hat helmets, protective goggles and the like. The most ‎pressing of safety issues in construction sites is that of trip and fall accidents, especially a fall from a ‎height at work. These types of work accidents are common, especially in the dangerous confines of an ‎active construction zone.‎ When an employee reports that he fell at work or suffered some kind of on-the-job injury, the ‎employer should immediately investigate what went wrong that led to the work injury and what must ‎be done to prevent something similar in the future. Unfortunately, some bosses just care about ‎making money and simply refuse to buy expensive safety equipment. Others half-heartedly provide ‎some equipment but don’t provide the essential required training in the use and inspection of the ‎equipment. Many workers have complained that improper or negligent maintenance of safety ‎equipment is an even bigger problem than not... Read more

 

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