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Accidents & Injuries
- Motor Vehicle Accidents -- Plaintiff
- Personal Injury -- Plaintiff
Attorney Morgan A. Whitlock
- Virginia, 2009
- Maryland, 2008
- University of the District of Columbia, David A. Clarke School of Law, Washington, District of Columbia
- J.D. - 2008
- Honors: cum laude
- Honors: Dean’s Cup for Outstanding Public Service
- Honors: Judiciary Committee of the Student Body Association
- Honors: Teaching Assistant for Katrina Law
- Honors: Completed over 800 hours of Pro Bono Legal Services in 3rd year
- North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina
- B.A. - 2002
- Honors: cum laude
- Honors: NCSU Tennis Team
- Major: Psychology
Professional Memberships and Achievements:
- Virginia Trial Lawyers Association, Member, Present
- Maryland Association for Justice, Member, Present
- Maryland Bar Association, Member, Present
SLIP AND FALL ACCIDENT
The customer was eating at a local restaurant when she approached the beverage machine and slipped due to liquid. As a result of her fall, the client suffered a hip labral tear. She underwent two operations over the course of two years. She had to stop working during her treatment and lost a total of approximately $ 40,000.00 in wages. The client incurred medical expenses of approximately $ 300,000.00. The case was settled before trial.
Client was driving a rental car in Washington, D.C., when he was rear-ended by another driver. The driver of the vehicle that struck him denied responsibility for him and stated that he had received a blow from behind, which caused him to collide with the client's vehicle. My client denied the existence of another guilty vehicle. Both vehicles suffered minimal damage. The insurance company rejected the claim. A lawsuit was filed in the Prince Georges County District Court. During the trial, the defendant was unable to prove the existence of the ghost vehicle. Client incurred $ 5,413.19 of medical expenses after two months of medical treatment for soft tissue injuries. At the conclusion of the trial, the judge ruled in favor of my client and awarded him $ 16,474.19.
Client was a passenger on a commercial bus who was involved in an accident with a sport utility vehicle (SUV) towing a trailer. As a result of the accident, the client suffered herniated discs in the T12-L1 and L2-L3 vertebrae. After five months of conservative care, the client underwent a microdiscectomy and incurred an approximate amount of $ 80,000.00 in medical expenses. The insurance company offered $ 20,000.00 and a lawsuit was filed in the Prince Georges County District Court. The case was settled during court-ordered mediation.
The client was struck in the rear of her vehicle in Prince Georges County, Maryland. The insurance company rejected the claim, claiming that the damage to the car had been minor. As a result of her injury, the client incurred $ 6,167.00 in medical expenses. A lawsuit was filed in the amount of $ 15,000.00. After the provision of the service on the accused, a conciliation was reached.
The customer was leaving a 7-Eleven gas station in Washington, D.C. The client alleged that the other driver, who was in front of her and was leaving the station, reversed and hit her vehicle. Said driver alleged that my client hit her from behind. The insurance company denied liability and a lawsuit was filed in Prince Georges County District Court. My client had taken photographs from inside her vehicle immediately after the impact, which were presented during the trial. One of these photographs showed that the reverse lights of the defendant's vehicle were on. The trial judge ruled in favor of the plaintiff.
The client was driving her vehicle in a straight line when the defendant made a left turn and hit her vehicle. As a result of the accident, the client suffered disc protrusions in the L4 / 5 and L5 / S1 vertebrae. She underwent a treatment that included physical therapy and injections into the spine for a period of almost two years. The insurance company did not make any offers because it was believed that there was a pre-existing degenerative disc disease. A lawsuit was filed in the Prince William County Circuit Court. Before the claim was processed, the insurance company offered compensation for the policy limits.
The client, who was eight years old at the time of the accident, was playing with a friend at her home. The owner of the house had several dogs on the property. The owner opened the front door and the dog ran into the front yard, where my client was sitting on a bench. The dog approached my client and bit her on the back of her calf and thigh. The homeowner's insurance company denied liability. Approximately four weeks before the trial, a settlement was reached.