Serious Injuries can be caused by any of our practice areas or can be caused by an unusual incident or occurrence.

A Serious injury is caused by the wrongful action of another party.  These can include but are not limited to:

•  Fractured or broken bones
•  Concussion
•  Disfigurement
•  Whiplash
•  Neck and Back Injuries

•  Physical and Psychological trauma
•  Lacerations or contusions
•  Spinal Cord Injuries
•  Brain Injuries
•  Propane Gas Explosions

•  Ripped or torn ligaments
•  Hemorrhages
•  Facial Injuries
•  Disease related to exposure to risk factors

If you need help with a serious injury case, call or text (229) 420-4104
or contact us online for a free consultation.

“Hugh is great to work with I love his dedication to his clients he keeps in touch with every detail and he gets you a great settlement bk thank you so much Hugh for your hard work and dedication..I will definitely always call you in the future!!”


“Mr. Morris is very helpful. I thank God for him, his service and his staff. Keep up the good work.”


Thank you so much for your fast service and friendly staff!! Hugh Morris contacted me personally to start my claim!! I appreciate that!! Tanya, Ms. Gray and Jackie were amazing throughout the entire process! They are certainly an asset to your business! I would definitely recommend your expertise to anyone!


“I love Everyone in the office!!!! Myself and my husband have been working with Mr. Morris for around 3 years and I am so glad we chose Mr. Morris!!! Hugh really cares about his clients and you don’t feel like a client you feel like a friend!!!! Thank you Hugh, Tonya and all the staff for all you do for my family!!!”



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