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Morgan and Kelley is located in Redding, California at 833 Mistletoe Lane. Geographically, Redding is centrally located to virtually all of California’s northern jurisdictions. It is the county seat for Shasta County, and adjacent to Trinity, Siskiyou, Modoc, Lassen, Butte and Tehama Counties. Redding is located at the crossroads of Interstate 5, Highway 299 and Highway 44. The firm’s location is ideal for providing service to the many jurisdictions listed below.

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  • Shasta County (Redding)
  • Trinity County (Weaverville)
  • Siskiyou County (Yreka)
  • Modoc County (Alturas)
  • Sacramento
  • Lassen Country (Susanville)
  • Tehama County (Red Bluff)
  • Butte County (Oroville-Chico)
  • Humboldt County (Eureka-Arcata)

In addition, the firm practices in all the Federal Courts in the State of California, and is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court.

We advance the litigation costs.

The firm represents clients both on a contingency (no recovery-no fee) basis, or by the hour for time actually spent depending on the type of case and the clients wishes. You should feel free to discuss any questions you have about attorney fees with the members of this firm.

For contingency cases, the firm advances the litigation costs, only to be reimbursed if the firm is successful.

Over 95% of the cases are settled without trial. It is necessary to have a comprehensive work up of a personal injury case in order to get it into position for a good settlement.

Many times the attorneys can work out an agreement with the medical providers and resolve the medical costs at the conclusion of the case.

If the accident aggravated a pre-existing injury, you are still entitled to recover for the increased injury.

You are generally entitled to recover damages which would include: medical bills, loss of earnings and the reasonable value of your pain and suffering.

You are entitled to file a lawsuit and have a jury decide the reasonable value of the case.

Unlike a criminal trial, where guilt must be established beyond a reasonable doubt, a civil trial only requires proof by a preponderance of the evidence or greater than 50%. Only 9 of the 12 jurors must agree on the verdict.