Porter & Malouf, P.A. have the unmatched knowledge, experience, and resources to help your family receive the full compensation that you deserve for your injury due to someone else’s negligence or a defective product. Their Mississippi personal injury attorneys are ready to review your case at no charge to you.
We began this office with four people and have grown to twenty. Over the years, we have developed good relationships, not just with our clients, but also with our peers. This works to our clients’ advantage since the knowledge of our integrity eliminates the second-guessing many other lawyers must endure when developing lines of communication and trust with their opponents.
Rocky Wilkins has had substantial involvement in litigation arising from the following notable catastrophes.
– May 16, 2002 Fire and Explosion at the Rouse Polymerics plant in Vicksburg, Mississippi
– Withdrawal of Baycol
– Foremost Insurance
He has been a featured speaker at the following continuing legal education seminars.
– “Baycol” (Drug Products Currently in Litigation and Recent Developments, July 29, 2003, Cleveland, Mississippi) – “Virgie Hardy v. Bayer Corporation: Lessons From Trial” (ATLA Convention, July 19, 2003, San Francisco, California)
Rocky is also a member of the Mississippi Bar Association. He graduated from the University of Mississippi in 1996, and received his law degree there in 1999. He is licensed to practice law in Mississippi.
Yancy has served as lead counsel in approximately forty (40) state court jury trials, fifteen (15) bench trials, and more than two hundred (200) Mississippi Workers’ Compensation hearings. Yancy was selected as a 2013 and 2014 Mid-South Super Lawyer and is Martindale-Hubbell AV-rated attorney. Yancy also received a Preeminent client review rating by Martindale Hubbell in 2013. He was a member of the Bench-Bar Committee, Mississippi Bar Association (2006-2008), and the Mississippi Workers’ Compensation Educational Committee (2007-2008). He is a Board Certified Civil Trial Advocate, a certified member of the National Board of Trial Advocacy (NBOTA), and Board Certified member of the Civil Pretrial Practice Advocacy section of the NBOTA.
Yancy is a former U.S. Army Armor Officer and combat veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom where he served as a Battalion staff officer assigned to 1-198th Armor Battalion, 155th Brigade Combat Team, An Najaf, Iraq. During his tour in Iraq, he also served as the Judicial & Security Liaison Officer to Najaf & Karbala provincial judicial system (U.S. Army; Operation Iraqi Freedom III, 2005-2006). He was honorably discharged at the rank and grade of Major while serving as a Plans Officer & Support Operations Officer, MSARNG.
University of Tennessee College of Law
August 1983 – May 1986
Juris Doctor Degree
August 1980 – May 1983
Bachelors of Arts Degree – Political Science
Magna Cum Laude
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc.
Magnolia Bar Association
Mississippi Bankruptcy Conference
Mississippi State Bar Association
National Bar Association