Automobile accidents can causes serious pain and anguish, and here at Morgan and White Attorneys at Law, we understand the severity of your case. We handle accidents involving personal and commercial vehicles and are knowledgeable of all the traffic laws around the state. With our knowledge, we will obtain the compensation you deserve for your injuries.
If your loved one has been injured, neglected, or abused while in a nursing home we will be diligent to see that they receive justice. If you or a loved one has been injured by medical negligence you deserve compensation. We will find ways to get you what you deserve. We will use our experience and knowledge to get you the compensation you and your family deserve.
Morgan & White Attorneys at Law has trial-experienced attorneys, and we guarantee we will personally handle your cases. Each of our attorneys maintains active involvement serving the public, through strong academic credentials, community involvement, and a deep commitment to the law and will serve you with our knowledge and experience.
We have received one of the largest verdicts in Laurel County in a nursing home case and one of the largest verdicts in Clay County, which was Estate of Scotty Baker v. Clay County Board of education. Contact us today for the best legal representation.
Annette Morgan-White was born in Manchester, KY on November 12, 1960. She was admitted to the bar in 1987 for Kentucky. Annette was admitted to practice before the U.S. Court of Appeals Sixth Circuit, U.S. Court of Federal Claims, and the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky.
She attended her preparatory education at Eastern Kentucky University, where she graduated with a B.A. in 1982. She attended Salmon P. Chase College of Law at Northern Kentucky University and successfully graduated with a J.D. in 1986. Annette is an active member for the Kentucky and American Bar Associations, the Kentucky Justice Association, and the American Association for Justice.
Yancey L. White was born in Corbin, Kentucky on January 28, 1959. He was admitted to the bar in 1986 for Kentucky. Yancey was admitted to practice before the U.S. Court of Appeals Sixth Circuit, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky, and the U.S. Tax Court.
Yancey attended the University of Kentucky for his preparatory and legal education, where he successfully graduated with a B.A. in 1983 and a J.D. in 1986. He is an active member of the Kentucky and American Bar Association, the Kentucky Justice Association, and the American Association for Justice.
Annette and Yancey are both active members of Liberty Worship and Outreach Center in Manchester, Kentucky.
Both are regular participants in the community lunch program that delivers food on the last Saturday of each month.
If you would like to volunteer or know someone that would like to participate in the community lunch program, please contact Brenda at (606) 598-8188.
Annette Morgan-White was the past President and Vice-President for the Clay County Bar Association, where she is still an active member. Yancey White is also an active member of the Clay County Bar Association.
Morgan and White have been showing their pride for Clay County’s Athletic Teams for many years by being an annual sponsor. They have also sponsored a little league baseball team for Clay County’s youth.
7.5 Million Awarded Nursing Home Suit – Laurel Jury finds in favor of Grace Fugate in 6 year old court case.
After ninety minutes of deliberation, the jury returned a verdict charging Corbin’s Hillcrest Nursing Home $383,097.95 for the past medical expenses, $766,195.90 for future medical expenses and $1 million for past and future physical, mental, and emotional pain and suffering. “This vindicates me. This vindicates me. They can’t say I lied anymore.” Grace Fugate told her lawyers as they hugged at Fugate’s Lauren Heights apartment. Fugate was also awarded $5 million in punitive damages.
"In October of 2005, I went into Labor. Although it was obvious something was terribly wrong, hours passed and my baby’s vital signs grew more and more worrisome. It was only after pleading with the doctor did she finally agree to do a C-Section.
Too Little, too late. My baby was dead.
As soon as I was physically able, I hired Annette Morgan. I knew that money would never help the pain of losing my first child, but I also knew that it would not be right to let the people responsible for my baby’s death get away with it.
I feel that Annette Morgan fought for me and my baby to get the only justice available. She did exactly what she told me she would do and more. She took a personal interest in the case, as if it had been her own child. I will always be appreciative for what she did."