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Morgan Hoggle

Morgan Hoggle joined Prim & Mendheim, LLC in 2019 and is admitted to practice in Alabama, Florida, and the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Alabama. His practice areas include real estate law, boundary line disputes, easements, creditors rights, replevin/detinue, probate and estate administration, family law, and general civil litigation including warranty, personal injury, fraud, medical malpractice, and wrongful death.


Originally from Greensboro, Alabama, Morgan graduated from Troy University in 2015 with a B.B.A. in Economics. In 2019, Morgan received his Juris Doctorate from Cumberland School of Law at Samford University in Birmingham where he was a Merit Scholar, member of the nationally ranked Cumberland Trial Advocacy Team, Student Bar Association Representative, and Treasurer of his graduating class. While still in law school, the Alabama State Bar approved Morgan for a Third-Year Practice Card, allowing him to try-to-verdict numerous criminal bench trials before graduation.


After spending his undergraduate years in Troy, Morgan was eager to return to the area and advocate for clients throughout the Wiregrass. He is a member of the Alabama State Bar, Florida State Bar, Young Lawyers Section of the Alabama State Bar, Young Lawyers Division of the Florida State Bar, Real Property Section of the Florida State Bar, Trial Lawyers Section of the Florida State Bar, and the Houston County Bar Association.


Practice Areas

  • Business and Corporate Law

  • Real Estate Law

  • Boundary Disputes 

  • Probate and Estate Administration

  • General Civil Litigation including Warranty, Personal Injury, Fraud, Medical Malpractice, and Wrongful Death

Admitted to Practice

  • Alabama State Bar (2019)

  • U.S. Middle District of Alabama (2019)

  • The Florida Bar (2020)


  • Juris Doctor, Cumberland School of Law (2019)

  • B.B.A. Economics, Troy University (2015)

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