Top Harriston Contracts Lawyers - Mississippi
Attorneys James R. Mozingo and Lydia M. Quarles are the partners behind the Jackson law firm of Mozingo | Quarles, PLLC. Together, they and the firm's three experienced associate attorneys offer individuals, business owners and company leaders from Mississippi, throughout the United States and overseas a wide range of legal services primarily in the areas of business and commercial law, which...
At Sorrick Law Firm, we work diligently to guide our clients through the most difficult times in their lives; whether that means a criminal arrest, the death of a loved one, an injury, or a problem with a business. We work with our clients, with the courts, with third parties and their counsel to achieve successful outcomes, and we focus on being accessible to our clients. We pride...
When it comes to your business, experience matters. At Watt Firm, PLLC, in Flowood, Mississippi, we have more than 30 years’ experience in advising clients in areas such as litigation, contracts, construction, organization, employment, ethics and professional malpractice. Our law office also handles matters that include real estate, estate planning, personal injury, elder law and...
Pyle, Mills, Dye & Pittman, Attorneys at Law, is a law firm based in Ridgeland, Mississippi, and practices in the areas of municipal law, municipal annexation, zoning, incorporation, and land use, among others. Our firm originated as Pyle & Pyle in 1981, and since then has grown to include several attorneys and offer a wide variety of legal services. One focus of our law firm is...
Herring, Long & Crews, P.C. is a civil practice law firm with headquarters in the historic downtown business district of Canton, Mississippi. The original firm was founded in 1950 by Judge G.B. Herring, deceased, and has operated continuously since that time. Based in Madison County, near the geographic center of the state, our practice extends primarily from the Gulf Coast to the Tennessee...
The law firm of Jackson, Tullos & Rogers, PLLC, is located in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, providing a broad range of legal services to individuals and business clients throughout Mississippi. Our firm is a service law firm, representing and advising clients in the areas of estate planning, trusts, and taxation law. Our attorneys possess high academic credentials, maintain strong community ties,...
The Firm has over 65 years of legal service in the State of Mississippi. During that time it has engaged in a diverse practice crossing all areas of civil and criminal litigation. The firm's emphasis, however, has been in the area of trial practice before all courts, state and federal. The firm is well positioned to handle cases in the field of personal injury and criminal law having among its...
An established, general practice law firm serving clients locally and throughout the state of Mississippi...
For over 20 years, Purvis & Co. PLLC has assisted residential and commercial property owners, those who inherited property, and potential buyers with their real estate needs. Whether you are buying, selling or investing in property in the Gulf Port area, we can provide you with superior service. Regardless of what real estate issues you face, we will answer your questions, protect your rights...
Family Law • Criminal Law • Personal Injury At Maggio Law Firm, PC, in Gulfport, Mississippi, we bring the highest standards of professional conduct to your personal legal matters. We emphasize personalized attention and individualized solutions. We are committed to giving clients our honest opinion and our best efforts on their behalf. We work long and hard to obtain the most favorable outcome,...
Upon the dissolution of a predecessor firm, Friend, Wilson, Draper & Bowling, on February 1, 1994, partners Gordon F. Wilson, Jr. and David A. Bowling decided to establish a new firm, dedicated to providing effective legal representation to individuals and organizations. Thus, on March 1, 1994, the law firm of Wilson & Bowling was born. On August 1, 2007, Susannah C. McKinney became a partner of...
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