Morris James is pleased to announce that Christopher Componovo has joined the firm's rapidly growing injury law practice. Joining the firm as counsel, Chris will focus his practice on representing clients involved in catastrophic personal injury and workers’ compensation matters. Over the course of his career, Chris has handled a wide array of cases and has obtained many verdicts and settlements for his clients and their families.
“I am delighted to welcome Chris to our injury law practice, as we continue to grow," noted Kevin Healy, who chairs the personal injury and workers' compensation practices. "With his lengthy experience and track record of providing impeccable client service, we are confident in his success at Morris James.”
Chris has over 26 years of experience representing individuals in personal injury and worker's compensation matters as well as Lemon Law and breach of warranty claims. He has successfully tried both personal injury and Lemon Law cases to verdict, and has also argued before the Delaware Supreme Court and Maryland Court of Special Appeals. His work has also included securing new vehicles and proper compensation from manufacturers for clients, which included cash settlements for breach of warranty.
Chris is admitted to practice in Delaware, Maryland, Colorado, West Virginia and the District of Columbia. He obtained his Juris Doctor degree, with honors, from Widener University Delaware Law School and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Notre Dame.