Patricia M. Morgan is a wrongful death attorney dedicated to ensuring individuals that have lost loved ones due to corporate negligence are compensated for their loss and devastation. Patricia is driven by her passion for helping those in the community that are unaware of their rights and fallen victim to the injustices of the insurance industry. This passion has led the pathway for Patricia to recover multi-million dollar settlements for her clients in the past and the continued to fight for her clients in the future.

Patricia attended the University of Florida where she received her bachelor of science degree in Family, Youth, and Community Science with a minor in Women’s Studies in 2008. Following her passion to give back to the community, she interned at Project Payback of the Network of Victim Witness Services in Alachua County, Florida before moving on to pursue her legal studies. Patricia received her J.D. degree from the University of Miami School of Law in 2012. While in law school, Patricia was an active member of the Society of Bar and Gavel Honor Society, Business Managing Editor of The Race and Social Justice Law Review, Social Chair of the Black Law Students Association, and Scholarship Chair of Phi Alpha Delta International Fraternity. Following graduation Patricia went on to become a member of the Florida Bar in 2012 and the Texas Bar in 2013.

Patricia currently resides in Dallas, Texas where she is a loving wife and a new mother. Caring for her own family, she is reminded daily of the precious gifts of life, love, and family and will continue to strive to ensure families across the country receive the justice they deserve.

Education:

  • University of Miami School of Law, Juris Doctor (J.D.), Miami, Florida
  • University of Florida, Family, Youth and Community Sciences (B.S.), Gainesville, FL

Admissions:

  • State Bar of Texas, 2013
  • The Florida Bar, 2012

Memberships:

  • J. L. Turner Legal Association, Dallas, Texas