5.0 stars 3 totalReview Michael Morgenstern
Posted by lorie
March 2014, I was hit by a D.C. Circulator bus walking
in the cross walk with ample seconds to cross. Hit on
my left side, I suffered multiple fractures of my left
wrist and extensive bruising on my left side as well.
A visitor to D.C., I returned to Chicago and one week later,
Dr. Daniel Mass at the University of Chicago operated on my wrist.
When the intense pain from the surgery dissipated, I went online to look for top personal injury lawyers in the D.C. area. Voted by Washingtonian Magazine as one of the best personal Injury attorneys in the city, I knew I had made the right choice after our first conversation. KInd and patient, he listened and responded in detail assuring me that my injuries were serious and deserving of compensation.
Michael was thorough, extremely polite and genuinely
concerned. Never too busy to answer my many questions, Michael was meticulous and accommodating.
I cannot praise him enough. Not only was I compensated
for my injuries, but I was treated with the utmost
respect. I highly recommend Michael Morgenstern to
anyone with a serious injury.
Lorie Cohen Rowley
Posted by David
A few years ago, I was involved in a serious car accident. My knee and hand were broken and I had to undergo surgery. As I was laying on the hospital bed, with both my body and mind broken, I didn’t know what to do. Then a friend gave Michael’s phone number to me and I called. That was one of the best decisions I ever made. Michael was very patient, prompt and very experienced, and he handled the case very well. He not only helped me settle the case, but more importantly he truly cares about my injury and made sure I had the best recovery I could get. I highly recommend Michael to anyone in similar situation and needs professional assistance.
Posted by Susan
A few years ago, I was involved in a deadly car and bus collision. I had been a passenger on the bus, and the incident was absolutely terrifying. Obviously I survived, but the crash caused serious injuries to my back, legs, ribs and clavicle. For days on end, I laid on the bed of a rehabilitation center barely able move my body; I was physically and emotionally broken. Most of the several attorneys interviewed were impersonal, unprepared, and truly made me feel like everything was a lost cause. Then I came to find a miracle worker, the man who heard my voice and won my case, Michael Morgenstern.