Top Grenada Government Agencies & Programs Lawyers - Mississippi

  • 122 Church Street,P.O. Box 98 Ashland MS 38603 34.832462 -89.175095

    In 1933, John B. Farese, a son of an Italian immigrant, left Boston, Massachusetts, and came to Holmes Junior College in Goodman, Mississippi, on a football scholarship. Five other "damn Yankees" came with John, and, after two weeks of the hot, August sun, all had left but him. He met a beautiful southern girl named Orene "Boots" Ellis from Mathiston. Farese won the acceptance of his teammates and...

  • 129 East Peace Street Canton MS 39046 32.612736 -90.03434

    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...

  • 800 Avery Boulevard North,Suite 101 Ridgeland MS 39157 32.405964 -90.11527

    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...

  • 100 West Gallatin Street Hazlehurst MS 39083 31.860435 -90.3939

    Shannon Law Firm has established a reputation as one of the best personal injury law firms in Mississippi. The firm has an outstanding record of success not only in Mississippi, but in representing clients across the nation and around the world. The firm's focus is on litigation on such issues as asbestosis, welding rod injuries, pharmaceuticals, and motor vehicle accidents. In 2001, Jim...

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