Kirk Morgan has been practicing law for 31 years. He has been recognized by his peers as a Super Lawyer of South Carolina for 4 consecutive years. This year, Lexington County citizens voted him “Best Litigation Attorney” for the 5th year in a row as per Lexington Life Magazine. Morgan says, “A good attorney will be available to you and will also be a good listener. Hopefully, your lawyer will tell you the truth about your case.”
Morgan has extensive trial experience in various areas of litigation. The primary focus of his legal practice is representation of victims of burn trauma, defective products, complex insurance matters, as well as automobile accident and injury claims. He has helped grow one of the most successful and respected litigation firms in the Southeast.
Morgan’s law practice is also developed on a national level. Walker Morgan, LLC has a reputation advocating for burn victims with severe injury. Typically, these cases include house fires, gas leaks, electrocution and electrical shock injuries, car fires, scald burns, grill fires, industrial accidents, as well as gas can explosions. Kirk says there is no magic formula for his success, although “my motivation is to make the difference in people’s lives that have suffered a catastrophic loss.”
Kirk Morgan has served as president of The Melvin M. Belli Society, a national organization comprised of 500 attorneys with extensive trial experience. In the year 2000, he was chosen as President of the Lexington County Bar Association. He is past president of the South Carolina Association for Justice. Its 1300 members, trial attorneys, devote their primary practice to the representation of individuals and small businesses.
Since 1998, Kirk has been board certified by the National Board of Trial Advocacy in Civil Trial Advocacy. This distinction is shared by less than 50 attorneys in South Carolina. He also is board certified in Civil Pretrial Practice Advocacy. Kirk has an AV rating by the Martindale-Hubbell Organization, which is the highest rating that can be accomplished by attorneys within the United States.
Morgan is a frequent guest lecturer in various legal events around the country. He is licensed to practice law in both South Carolina and Texas, including the U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina as well as the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas.