ORLANDO, Fla. - Just days after a roller coaster derailed in Daytona Beach, injuring six people, attorney Matt Morgan announced that he was representing three victims, including one woman who suffered serious injuries.
On "The Weekly on ClickOrlando.com," Justin Warmoth sat down with Morgan to speak about a potential lawsuit, the victims' injuries, and who is legally at fault for the derailment.
Morgan also discussed the ongoing fight with Gov. Rick Scott over patients smoking medical marijuana, the bridge collapse at Florida International University earlier this year, politics in Florida and whether he has any interest in running for office one day.
Use the links below to follow along on "The Weekly:"
- 5 things we know about the Daytona Beach roller coaster derailment
- At least 6 dead after Florida bridge collapses, authorities say
- Florida smokable medical marijuana ruling put on hold
- Attorney John Morgan leaves Democratic Party, won't seek nomination for governor
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