Top Holly Bluff, MS Elder Law Attorneys

  • 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...

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  • 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...

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    At the law firm of Morgan & Morgan in Jackson, Mississippi, our lawyers represent personal injury and wrongful death victims in the Jackson, Mississippi area. If you have been harmed as a result of medical malpractice, a car accident or a truck accident, we are here to help you get the compensation you deserve. Our firm is a leading personal injury law firm representing accident and injury...

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    The Watt Firm PLLC utilizes my 34 years of experience in business litigation and strategic planning to help my clients grow and protect their businesses. My Flowood, Mississippi, law office puts a priority on determining the most efficient way to resolve client conflicts in the areas of business, real estate, trusts and estates. Comprehensive Business Litigation And Consulting Areas My clients...

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