Top Grenada Health Care Lawyers - Mississippi

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    OVER A CENTURY OF SERVICE Since 1892, Dulaney Law Firm, L.L.P. has provided quality service in a variety of legal areas throughout Mississippi . Dulaney Law Firm, L.L.P. has forged many alliances across its long history, and will use all the tools at its disposal to earn the judgment you seek. Whether you face a jury trial, civil trial or administrative proceeding, our team will be...

  • 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...

  • Based in Jackson, Mississippi, Simmons Smith Mercier & Harris is a law firm practicing in all state and federal courts, as well as administrative venues such as the Mississippi Board of Health and Mississippi Board of Nursing. A litigation firm with broad experience in handling matters from both the defense and plaintiff perspective, we strive to provide the highest level of legal service with...

  • Our primary focus is injury law.  We represent injury victims and health care organizations against insurance companies.  We never charge for an initial consultation and there is never a fee unless we collect. ...

  • An established, general practice law firm serving clients locally and throughout the state of Mississippi...

  • 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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