WHO WE ARE
Ready to Listen. Prepared to Act.
At The Morris Law Group, it is not just about your case: You matter.
We know how traumatic an accident or injury can be, so we try at every step to make rebuilding your life as easy as possible. All personal injury firms will work to get you the best settlement, but only at The Morris Law Group will you get the care and support you need at such a difficult time.
It starts with your first phone call, where you talk and we listen.
Lisa Morris, our new client coordinator, will take the time necessary to fully understand your case. She breaks down the legalese into terms anyone can understand, and will answer the important questions such as “Do I have a case?” and “How do I make a claim?”. By the end of your very first conversation with us, you’ll know exactly where you stand and where to go next.
It’s that peace of mind that sets us apart.
Accidents Benefits Consultants
Suffering a serious personal injury, making a claim to an insurance company and navigating the legal and medical systems can often be challenging and stressful. Recognizing this, William Morris created Accident Benefits Consultants (ABC) in 1994 to help clients navigate the claims maze.
From the initial filing of forms, through the complicated world of benefits and assessments, ABC relieves your burden by acting as your front-line advocate. We provide day-to-day assistance and information to ease the process and to make sure the flow of benefits is unimpeded and fair payment is negotiated with the insurance company.
The Morris Law Group has been down this road repeatedly and knows that there are many important issues for people who have been hurt in an accident.
Kathy Gaudun, our on-staff Registered Nurse, has extensive training and experience in brain injury and other serious accidents, giving her first hand knowledge of the many complexities surrounding personal injuries.
While the legal professionals work to make sure that your rights are protected, Kathy works to make sure that you receive the best medical and rehabilitation care available. She assists in compiling the necessary medical information to support a claim and also regularly interacts with health providers to keep them informed about any issues that arise.