Rory Morgan is an Associate Counsel at Hamilton Duncan, and has been practising law for over 18 years. Rory focuses exclusively on personal injury litigation, representing those injured in motor vehicle and slip and fall accidents, and ensuring they receive fair treatment and compensation from the insurance companies.
For over 13 years, Rory’s practice has been strictly focused on helping those who have been injured in motor vehicle accidents. Rory has helped clients with serious, significant injuries, including brain injuries, paraplegic and quadriplegic injuries, orthopedic injuries, chronic pain, PTSD and depression.
Rory worked at a boutique litigation law firm in downtown Vancouver, and was a partner at a leading Fraser Valley firm specializing exclusively in motor vehicle accident claims. He has a wealth of knowledge and understanding that, along with his trial experience, allows him to expertly represent his clients.
- ICBC refused to accept that a broken wrist could result in significant future income loss: Ozeer v. Young, 2015 BCSC 542
- ICBC refused to accept that a car accident could cause a tear in the hip muscle: Macdonald v. Hazel, 2012 BCSC 2079
- ICBC refused to accept that an older plaintiff is entitled to dignity and fair compensation: Morgan v. Bhathal, 2012 BCSC
- Surrey Bar Association
- Trial Lawyers Association of BC
- Canadian Bar Association