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Top Jackson Social Security -- Disability Lawyers - Mississippi

Wolfe, Williams & Rutherford began in 1977. Joseph E. Wolfe and John M. Farmer started practice in Jonesville, Virginia. Joseph E. Wolfe graduated from law school and passed the bar in 1975 and began law practice under attorney Glen Williams where he practiced until Judge Williams was elevated to the bench as Federal Judge for the United States Federal Court for the Western District of...

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    I am attorney Margarette Meeks, and from my law office in Jackson, Mississippi, The Law Office of Margarette Meeks, PLLC, I strive to provide the highest level of counsel and support possible for my clients who are dealing with serious and pressing legal issues affecting their lives, their families and their futures. Serving the good people throughout the Jackson metro region and surrounding...

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    At the Davis-Morris Law Firm in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, we devote our practice exclusively to Social Security Disability law, and we are fully committed to helping you secure the full amount of benefits you deserve so that you can support yourself and your family in the wake of a debilitating injury. Serving injured and disabled workers throughout Jackson, Hattiesburg and Gulfport, and all of...

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  • At the law firm of Gene Barton in the greater Tupelo, Mississippi area you will find an old-fashioned approach to the law from a lawyer with more than 35 years of experience in the practice areas of criminal defense, family law, personal injury, bankruptcy, employment law, professional malpractice and Social Security Disability. I'm Gene Barton, an attorney capable of handling all the legal needs...

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