Morris James adds attorney to personal injury law practice

Morris James has announced that Christopher Componovo has joined the firm’s injury law practice.

By joining the firm as an attorney, Componovo will focus his practice on representing clients involved in catastrophic personal injury and workers’ compensation cases. During his career, Componovo has handled a range of cases and obtained numerous verdicts and settlements for his clients and their families.

He has over 26 years of experience representing individuals in personal injury and workers’ compensation matters, as well as Lemon’s Act and breach of warranty claims.

He has tried both personal injury and lemon law cases, and has also appeared before the Delaware Supreme Court and Maryland Special Court of Appeals. His work also included securing new vehicles and appropriate compensation from manufacturers for customers, which included cash settlements for breach of warranty.

Componovo is admitted to practice in Delaware, Maryland, Colorado, West Virginia and the District of Columbia.

He received his JD from Widener University Delaware Law School and earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Notre Dame.

Jon J. Epps