About

The People Of Morrison & Hughes

We Treat You Like One Of Our Own

At Morrison & Hughes, we take our work very seriously because we know that the lives and livelihoods of our clients are on the line. We've learned that the best way to take care of our clients is to place relationships first and foremost, treating our clients like family and fighting hard for them.

Lawsuits can be overwhelming and exhausting, especially when you have been injured or are going up against an employer or insurance company.

You don't have to fight alone - with expert attorneys with decades of experience in personal injury, worker's compensation, and social security and disability, Morrison & Hughes has the experience to guide you all the way through to life after lawsuits.

Meet Our Dedicated Team

We Don't Back Down

The talented and dedicated staff of Morrison & Hughes are integral to our client's success and helping guide them through the complexities of a lawsuit. We hire excellent individuals who deliver excellent results and who help our clients feel welcome and supported.

Our Satisfied Clients

  • "Friendly and easy to talk to."

    They have a great reputation and didn't disappoint. The lawyers are friendly, easy to talk to, and handled my complicated case expertly.

    Janice B.
  • "Highly recommended and professional."

    I am very pleased with how Morrison & Hughes Law handled my case.

    Debbie
  • "Excellent support for workers' comp claims."

    They proved the company was at fault. Highly recommend their services for workers' comp issues.

    Johnny
  • "Tristan and his firm come in hard and go hard the whole time."

    He went out of his way, above and beyond to make sure I got what I deserved. He is extremely knowledgeable and Uber clever, sharp as a pin. By far the best personal injury firm I have ever had the pleasure to work with.

    Adrien P.
  • "They handled this case with the utmost professionalism and courtesy."

    This is the first time that I have ever had to deal with something so traumatic, but Morrison & Hughes made the experience much more pleasant and endurable. I would highly recommend this law firm.

    Jose H.
  • "I'm So Glad That I Didn't Choose a TV Lawyer"

    The lawyers at MH are friendly and easy to talk to. They understood how to handle my case from the beginning, even though it had a lot of complicated issues.

    Janice B.
  • "Knowledgeable & Precise"

    I am very pleased with how Tristan handled my case. I found him through another firm but knew nothing about him other than their recommendation. I found him to be knowledgeable and precise in his dealings with my case.

    Debbie
  • "Above and Beyond."

    Hill Hughes was awesome to work with. He went above and beyond to fight for me. If you need good lawyers, this is the place to go. They fight long and hard for each of their clients.

    Former Client

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FAQs

Common Answers To Your Questions

Have questions? We are here to help. Still have questions or can't find the answer you need? Give us a call at 404-689-2734 today!

  • Where can I find additional information about my rights?

    Aside from scheduling an appointment to speak with an attorney, you can also find information regarding workers’ compensation on the Georgia State Board of Workers’ Compensation website. You can also review the State Board’s statutes and rules governing workers’ compensation.

  • I’ve been seriously injured and can't drive. How do I get to your office?

    Our accident lawyers will come to you. If you have lost mobility due to your accident, just call us, and an attorney or law group representative will come to your home to discuss your claim.

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Answer just a few easy questions, and we’ll be able to help tell if you have a case! Please note that this is not legal advice, and we aren’t your attorney yet. It’s just a quick way to get some basic information. We strongly recommend that you contact us for a free consultation and speak to a live attorney to figure out what your case is worth.

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    • Unfortunately, most causes of action are barred after 2 years. If your case is not already in litigation, you have probably lost your right to sue. There are a very few times when that may not be true, so we recommend you call another law firm for confirmation. We unfortunately won’t be able to help with your case, ourselves. If your case is already in litigation, we recommend you call us. At this stage, determining what your case is worth and what your rights may be will require more questions than we can do online. Give us a call at 404-800-5297 and schedule a time with an attorney.

      • We’d love to talk to you. I’m going to send this over to our intake staff and have them call you to discuss further. Please fill out the information below and we’ll give you a call soon!

        You may have a case, depending on what type of care you have gotten, but we’ll need to actually talk to you to figure out the value of your case and give you good advice. Please give us a call at 404-800-5297 and be ready to tell us about which doctors you have seen, pictures of the cars involved, and your drivers’ license. We look forward to talking to you!

      Generally, to prove that you are injured, you need to get medical care soon after the collision. If it’s been more than 30 days since the collision, it’s going to be very difficult to prove your injuries are a result of the crash. Another problem with waiting so long is that evidence – like videos and witness reports – are going to be hard, if not impossible to find. We recommend that you call us, or another attorney, during business hours and ask for an evaluation of your case. Please have pictures of the cars and your driver’s license available.

    • That’s very good. Please keep those pictures and do not delete them. When we talk to you, please send them over.

    • It sounds like you have a case that we can assist you with. We’d love to reach out to you, so please fill out the information on the next page so we’ll have a good contact number for you. In the meantime, keep a copy of any medical paperwork, pictures, or other evidence about the crash in an easily accessible place. We’ll ask you for them when we talk. Remember, there’s no attorney-client relationship until we get a chance to talk to you, so also do the following: Don’t talk to the at-fault insurance company Tell your doctors about each body part that hurts, even minor pain Don’t post about this on social media. Make your profile private

      You may have a case, depending on what type of care you have gotten, but we’ll need to talk to you to figure out the value of your case and give you good advice. Please give us a call at 404-800-5297 and be ready to tell us about which doctors you have seen, pictures of the cars involved, and your drivers’ license number. We look forward to talking to you!

    • Unfortunately, most causes of action are barred after 2 years. If your case is not already in litigation, you have probably lost your right to sue. There are a very few times when that may not be true, so we recommend you call another law firm for confirmation. We unfortunately won’t be able to help with your case, ourselves. If your case is already in litigation, we recommend you call us. At this stage, determining what your case is worth and what your rights may be will require more questions than we can do online. Give us a call at 404-800-5297 and schedule a time with an attorney.

    • Fall cases are very complicated and we’d like to have one of our attorneys call you to discuss further. In the meantime, while you are waiting, can you please get together any photos of the area (if you have them), medical records, and anything else you believe may be helpful? Also, we’d recommend: Don’t talk to the at-fault insurance company. Tell your doctors about each body part that hurts, even minor pain. Don’t post about this on social media. Make your profile private.

    • Unfortunately, most causes of action are barred after 2 years. If your case is not already in litigation, you have probably lost your right to sue. There are a very few times when that may not be true, so we recommend you call another law firm for confirmation. We unfortunately won’t be able to help with your case, ourselves. If your case is already in litigation, we recommend you call us. At this stage, determining what your case is worth and what your rights may be will require more questions than we can do online. Give us a call at 404-800-5297 and schedule a time with an attorney.

    • Dog bite and dog attack cases are complicated, and we’d like to have one of our attorneys call you to discuss further. In the meantime, while you are waiting, can you please get together any photos of the area, the dog, and your injuries (if you have them), medical records, and anything else you believe may be helpful? Also, we’d recommend: Don’t talk to the at-fault insurance company or dog owner. Tell your doctors about each body part that hurts, even minor pain. Don’t post about this on social media. Make your profile private.

    • Wrongful death cases are complicated, and we’d like to have one of our attorneys call you to discuss further. To prepare for that discussion, we recommend that you get together any photos, medical records, police reports, and anything else you believe may be helpful? Also, we’d recommend: Don’t talk to the at-fault insurance company or negligent person. Don’t post about this on social media. Make your profile private.

      Unfortunately, most causes of action are barred after 2 years. If your case is not already in litigation, you have probably lost your right to sue. There are a very few times when that may not be true, so we recommend you call another law firm for confirmation. We unfortunately won’t be able to help with your case, ourselves. If your case is already in litigation, we recommend you call us. At this stage, determining what your case is worth and what your rights may be will require more questions than we can do online. Give us a call at 404-800-5297 and schedule a time with an attorney.

      • I’d recommend that you talk with one of our attorneys before getting the surgery. It sounds like you may have a workers’ compensation claim that we can help with, and surgery is a big part of that claim. We’ll take your info and send it over to our attorney intake team to schedule a call with you. Please fill out the information below and we’ll give you a call soon!

      • I’d like to get your information so we have someone contact you and discuss if there’s anything further workers compensation can do for you. Once you’ve had surgery under workers compensation, there are some additional benefits which you may be entitled to, even if you have gone back to work. Generally, after surgery, the insurance company may be required to pay you a “permanent partial disability” payment, depending on how well the surgery went. Fill out the next page form and we’ll give you a call!

      • Fill out the next page form and we’ll give you a call!

        For a minor injury, you may not want or need an attorney. Settling a workers’ compensation almost always involves a resignation. So, consider whether involving a lawyer is in your best interest. If you would still like a free legal consult, please give us a call at 404-800-5297

    • Unfortunately, most causes of action are barred after 2 years. If your case is not already in litigation, you have probably lost your right to sue. There are a very few times when that may not be true, so we recommend you call another law firm for confirmation. We unfortunately won’t be able to help with your case, ourselves. If your case is already in litigation, we recommend you call us. At this stage, determining what your case is worth and what your rights may be will require more questions than we can do online. Give us a call at 404-800-5297 and schedule a time with an attorney.

    • Medical malpractice is very complicated, so we’re going to send this information to an attorney to review and, if it looks like you have a valid claim, an attorney will give you a call to discuss your rights. In the meantime, if you have medical records which support your claim, please have them ready for review.

          • Ok, I think we have enough information to have someone look into your social security question. We’ll pass this along to a qualified social security attorney. Fill out the next section so that they can contact you to talk further.

      • Ok, I think we have enough information to have someone look into your disability question. Disability cases are complex, so a disability attorney will need to speak with you about your claim. Fill out the next section so that they can contact you to talk further. If possible, please gather your wage records, along with the disability application or policy to be ready for the call.

      • Federal law requires certain types of employees to be paid time and a half (overtime) when working more than 40 hours during a given work week. Therefore, when you tell us what happened, make sure to include your job title, your typical work week, how much you were paid, and whether you were ever paid overtime.

        Being forced to work through unpaid breaks on a regular basis is wage theft. For example, if you have a regularly scheduled lunch break, for which you are not paid, but your employer requires you to work through lunch without paying you, you may be entitled to compensation. Therefore, when you tell us what happened, make sure to include your job title, which breaks are involved, and roughly how many co-workers are also having wages stolen.

        Being forced to work before or after clocking out is a violation of Federal law. This is sometimes called “wage theft”. When you tell us what happened, make sure to include your job title, your pay rate, and roughly how many co-workers are also having wages stolen.

    • Ok, we’ll send this over to an attorney to look over. If it sounds like you have a claim under the law, we’ll ask someone to call you to get some more information. In the meantime, if you have any emails, or wage stubs, time logs, or anything that you think will help your claim, please have them ready.

    • We’ll have an attorney take a look at this. If it’s something we can help with, please expect a call from an attorney in the next day or so. If not, you may still have a claim, but it’s one we can’t help with. If you don’t get a call from us, we may not be able to help you, so please find another attorney to give you some advice soon, because there are a lot of deadlines in the law.