Included on this page is our Website Disclaimer, Privacy Policy, E-Mail Privacy Statement, and Website Terms of Use.


All information, content and materials displayed in this website have been prepared for informational purposes only and should not be relied upon as legal advice, counsel, or legal opinion on any specific facts or circumstance. Specific legal action should be taken only after consulting a qualified attorney. Any reference on this website to results obtained in a particular matter does not infer the probability of success for any prospective client in regard to any particular case, as each case stands on it own merits.

Communication of information through this website does and is not:

1. Create or constitute an attorney-client relationship.

2. A solicitation to create an attorney-client relationship to provide legal services.

3. Intended to convey or constitute legal advice.  

Legal Representation: if you wish to  inquire about legal representation from Morgan and Morgan, PC, please contact our offices at (405) 748-6200. We will obtain information from you, conduct a conflict of interest check, and then determine if the firm may represent you. If the firm chooses to represent you, we will send you a letter of engagement, which once you sign and return to us, you will become our client. At that point, we may exchange information freely. However, please remember that no form on this website is secure, nor is any e-mail secure. Therefore, never send us confidential and private information by digital means.

Information on site: in the event that the information on this website is inconsistent with the rules governing communications of legal services in a particular state, Morgan and Morgan, PC will not assume representation of said clients based upon this website's communication.

Updating information: the information at this site is subject to change without notice. While we try to keep our information current and accurate, we ask that you not rely on this information without first speaking with an attorney. Morgan and Morgan, PC cannot promise that the information on this website is applicable and accurate to your circumstances, correct, complete, and up-to-date. Nor is any of this information to be deemed as legal advice.


CLIENT CONFIDENTIALITY: PLEASE BE AWARE THAT IF YOU CHOOSE TO CONTACT LARRY A. MORGAN BY EMAIL, THE INFORMATION MAY NOT BE DEEMED TO BE CONFIDENTIAL. Your communications by e-mail to an attorney who does not represent you are not confidential or privileged. We cannot treat you as a client or advise you on any legal matter until we have determined there is no conflict of interest and have specifically agreed to represent you. We prefer you call us.

 E-MAIL PRIVACY: If you are an existing client, please do not send confidential information by e-mail unless specifically approved in advance by your attorney. E-mail and online forms are not secure against interception and senders cannot expect privacy. Therefore we ask that you do not include sensitive, private, personal information in any e-mail to us.

Private Personal Information: Do not transmit by email personal information such as bank account, charge card, or social security numbers, and other private personal information. Sensitive information may include confidential or privileged information. For sensitive, highly personal information, we ask that you call us. We also ask that you call us if the matter is time-sensitive.


When sent to us, the e-mails reside on our computer system. This computer system is the property of Morgan and Morgan, PC and is for authorized use only. The use of this system may be monitored for computer security purposes. Any unauthorized access to this system is prohibited and is subject to criminal and civil penalties. 


By using the Site, you agree to be bound by our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. If you do not so agree, please promptly exit.

We at Morgan and Morgan, PC are committed to protecting any personal information you may provide when you visit our web site. We do not currently collect any personal information unless otherwise stated or unless you choose to provide this information to us.

Automatic Information: We do, however, collect and store certain information automatically. This information is used only as a source of anonymous statistical information. We use the statistics to help us make our site more useful to visitors. For example, through the statistics we can determine which information is of most and least interest to visitors. This also helps us determine if the technical design of the site is most useful for your needs.

The information automatically collected is:

  • The Internet Protocol (IP) address of the domain from which you access the Internet (i.e., 252.34.545.67). This IP address is either your individual address or that provided by your Internet Service Provider (ISP). Examples of ISP's often used are Cox, AT&T, and AOL.
  • Date and time you visit our site, along with your country.
  • What pages you viewed.
  • Web address of the site you were at before you visited our site.
  • Browser version and operating system of the computer you are using.

The information at this site is subject to change without notice. We try to keep our site current and accurate, but you should not rely on this information without first speaking with an attorney. Morgan and Morgan, PC cannot promise that the information on this site is applicable to your circumstances, correct, complete, and up-to-date. Nor can we promise that your access will be uninterrupted, or that material accessible from this site is free of viruses.