At Eiland & Ritchie, L.L.C., we are dedicated to individual, results-driven legal representation.
As a full-service Personal Injury law firm, conveniently located in beautiful Mobile, Alabama, our accident injury attorneys place an emphasis on representing injury victims and are committed to each and every one of our clients.
Our founding attorney, Vic Hawk, was born and raised in Augusta and has practiced law in his hometown for more than 30 years. Vic is widely recognized throughout the Central Savannah River Area (CSRA) due to his tremendous success as a personal injury lawyer, as well as due to his live call-in TV show, LawCall. In addition to his dynamic personal injury practice.
The Hawk Law Group is composed of attorneys with significant training in litigation and trial experiences.
Attorney Vic Hawk achieved the highest personal injury verdict in the history of Jenkins County — over $1 million — and he has obtained numerous verdicts and settlements in amounts over $500,000.
Whether you have been injured in a car, truck or motorcycle accident, construction accident, a slip and fall, or you have lost a loved one and need help with a wrongful death lawsuit, our team is well prepared to assist you. Additionally, we have experience in several niche areas of personal injury law, including laser hair removal injuries, nursing home negligence and injuries caused by falls from above-ground pool ladders.
The attorneys at O.E.B. Law are dedicated to providing skilled legal support and personalized service to our clients. Our practice areas include personal injury, disability, and faulty drugs and medical devices.
Our personal injury clients face injuries from auto vehicle accidents caused by the negligent actions of other parties. We guide our clients through the often-complex legal maze to help them pursue full and fair compensation so they can move forward through life.
Our social security disability department helps many clients obtain much-needed compensation following a disability, injury or long-term physical ailment.
As Mass Tort attorneys, we represent clients nationwide in a variety of faulty drug and defective medical device cases. We understand the duty product manufacturers and distributors carry in the process of developing and marketing these products. We are diligent in our pursuit of full and fair compensation when that duty goes unfulfilled.
The lawyers at O.E.B. Law have experience helping clients collect compensation for motor vehicle accidents throughout Tennessee. We provide effective support whether you need help with an insurance claim or if a jury trial is needed to pursue full damages for serious injuries or disability. If you have questions, contact O.E.B. Law to schedule a free consultation!
In June of 1999, a Tuscaloosa County, Alabama jury issued a verdict that awarded $3.5 million in a wrongful death case that Mr. Prince litigated against a trucking company. In October of 2004, he obtained a $15.5 million verdict in a case against Roadway Trucking.
Also notable among his accomplishments, Mr. Prince has achieved the ranking of Board Certified Trial Advocate by the National Board of Trial Advocacy. Board Certification acknowledges an attorney’s demonstrated integrity and dedication to clients and is awarded to attorneys who meet rigorous standards of continued legal education, lead counsel experience, and successful trial performance. The U.S. Supreme Court and American Bar Association approves these standards to certify attorneys as trial specialists.
Among his many other accomplishments, in 1987 Mr. Prince received the Bench and Bar Outstanding Alumnus Award from the University of Alabama Law School. He has also been distinguished as a Master Bencher with the Tuscaloosa Inn of Court. Martindale Hubbell recognized Mr. Prince with an AV Peer Review Rating, which indicates the height of professional excellence and highest levels of skill and integrity. Mr. Prince has been recognized in SuperLawyers magazine 2011-2013.
Actively involved in legal circles, Mr. Prince has memberships in both the Tuscaloosa County and American Bar Associations, and served on the Executive Committee of the Tuscaloosa County Bar Association from 1981-1985. He is currently a member of the Tuscaloosa Trial Lawyers Association, where he served as President in 1978 and 1979. He also takes an active role as President of the Alabama Association for Justice, and he is a sustaining member of the American Association for Justice. In addition, he serves as a member of the prestigious Academy of Catastrophic Injury Attorneys. In his spare time, Robert F. Prince enjoys coaching the University of Alabama Association for Justice. Under his leadership, teams have achieved national recognition, finishing in the top twenty annually and earning a national championship in 1990.
Mr. Prince received his education from the University of Alabama, earning his undergraduate B.S. degree in 1970, and his J.D. degree in 1974. He began his legal career with admission to the Alabama State Bar in 1974, and the Florida State Bar in 1975. He is also licensed to practice in the U.S. District Court for the Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Alabama, as well as the U.S. Supreme Court.
Throughout the years Mr. Prince has served the community and at present holds a position on the Board of Directors of the West Alabama Boys & Girls Club and also is an active member of First United Methodist Church. Mr. Prince and his wife Dena are the parents of four daughters, Mary Elizabeth Byrd, Courtney, Willis and Grace.
Prince, Glover & Hayes has helped thousands of injured people across Central Alabama.
PG&H is dedicated to providing first-rate civil litigation in the area of personal injury, environmental law and insurance fraud. Located in the heart of Tuscaloosa, with a second office in Eutaw, our law firm is close to the University of Alabama and is easily accessible.
The Biloxi, Mississippi law firm of Reeves & Mestayer, PLLC is dedicated to helping everyday people and businesses who have been hurt by the negligence of other. We believe that you deserve the same quality representation as than the large multi-national corporations and insurance companies you are up against, or better.
Our firm’s partners have years of courtroom and trial experience. We always prepare to go to trial, even if it does not become necessary to do so. Our lawyers are imaginative, persistent, and extremely dedicated. We believe in working together and drawing on each other’s strengths and insights.
Siniard, Timberlake & League, P.C. is a nationally recognized law firm that is Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Rated, indicating that our Alabama personal injury attorneys have been recognized by their peers for their outstanding skills and integrity.
Bill was born and raised in Mobile, Alabama. He graduated from the University of South Alabama with a B.A. in Political Science in 1991. He then received his Juris Doctorate from the University of Alabama School of Law in 1995. While there, he received the Dean’s Award and also served as President of the Law School student body.
He is admitted to practice in all Alabama State Courts and the U.S. District Court in the Southern and Middle Districts of Alabama. Bill is a member of the Mobile County Bar Association, Alabama State Bar, Alabama Trial Lawyers Association and the South Alabama Trial Lawyers Association. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of the Mobile Area Sports Commission, where he was selected as the Commission’s first President.
Josh Hayes has practiced at Prince, Glover & Hayes in Tuscaloosa, Alabama since May 2004. He became a partner in the firm in May 2010. The firm’s areas of practice include personal injury, automobile accidents, 18-wheeler accidents, wrongful death, product liability, insurance fraud, worker’s compensation, and environmental cases.
He graduated, cum laude, from The University of Alabama’s College of Commerce and Business Administration in 1998 with an Honor’s Degree in Accounting and a minor in Computer-Based Honors. While at the University, Josh served as president of Capstone Men & Women and as a member of the SGA Senate, the Jasons, Omicron Delta Kappa, Mortar Board and the Anderson Society. In recognition of his academic and extra-curricular achievements, he was named as The University’s Outstanding Senior in 1998.
Previous to pursuing a career in law, Josh held a position as senior aide and cabinet member to former Governor Don Siegelman and as Legislative Director to former Lieutenant Governor Lucy Baxley. He is one of the youngest people to ever serve in a Governor’s Cabinet.
Josh furthered his education at the Thomas Goode Jones School of Law in Montgomery, where he served on the editorial board of the Jones Law Review and received his Juris Doctorate in 2003. He was admitted to the Alabama State Bar in 2004. His memberships include the Alabama Association for Justice where he serves on the Board of Directors, Executive Committee, and Legislative Committee, and the American Association for Justice and is the Chair of the Emerging Leaders Section (2012-2013). He serves on the advisory board of The University of Alabama’s Blackburn Institute, a group whose purpose is to create a network of student leaders who strive to improve the quality of life for all of Alabama’s citizens, and the Board of Directors of the Good Samaritan Clinic, a Tuscaloosa medical clinic treating disadvantaged citizens who are without health insurance. He is a former member of The University’s Honors College Board of Visitors.
Josh further contributes to the community through pro bono work offered by the Alabama Bar Association’s Volunteer Lawyers Program. In 2012, he was selected to become a member Class 8 of the Alabama State Bar’s Leadership Forum. He was recognized as an Alabama SuperLawyer in 2011, 2012 and 2013. In 2012 and 2013, he was selected for national membership into The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 under 40 (one of only 40 trial lawyers in the state of Alabama chosen “based on performance as an exceptional young trial lawyer.”) Also in 2012, he was recognized as one of Alabama’s Outstanding Young Lawyers by the American Registry.
He is married to the former Carrie Ann Bentley, a Registered Nurse. They worship at the First United Methodist Church in Tuscaloosa.
These recoveries are not an indication of future results. Every case is different, and regardless of what friends, family, or other individuals may say about what a case is worth, each case must be evaluated on its own facts and circumstances as they apply to the law.
The valuation of a case depends on the facts, the injuries, the jurisdiction, the venue, the witnesses, the parties, and the testimony, among other factors. Furthermore, no representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.
Matthew G. Mestayer, born in Pascagoula, Mississippi in 1967. He obtained his undergraduate degree from Springhill College in 1990 in International Business. Mr. Mestayer then attended University of Mississippi Law School where he graduated in 1993.
Upon graduation, Mr. Mestayer, like many lawyers, started his career representing corporations. However, he quickly realized that, he had much more sympathy for hurt indivduals and began to develop a plaintiffs practice.
In 1999, Mr. Mestayer was appointed the Municipal Judge of Ocean Springs and he maintains that position currently. While the City Judge of Ocean Springs, Mr. Mestayer has heard literally thousands of cases involving all types of matters. Furthermore, Mr. Mestayer has been recognized for his work with victims of domestic violence and has received in 2004 the Gulf Coast Womens Center For Non-Violence Judicial Award.
Jim Reeves was born in Mobile, Alabama, in 1965. He obtained his undergraduate degree with honors from the University of South Alabama in 1989. Mr. Reeves then attended Tulane University Law School where he graduated cum laude in 1992.
Upon graduation, he began his career working with a large law firm representing large corporations and insurance companies. Mr. Reeves quickly rose through the ranks of the firm and became a partner in less than five years.
Allen was born and raised in Mobile, Alabama. He graduated from the University of Montevallo with a B.A. in English in 1988. He then received his Juris Doctorate from Mississippi College School of Law in 1991.
He is admitted to practice in all Alabama State Courts and the U.S. District Court in the Southern District of Alabama. Allen is a member of the Mobile County Bar Association, Alabama State Bar, Alabama Trial Lawyers Association (where he has been a member of the Board of Governors) and the South Alabama Trial Lawyers Association (where he has been a member of the Executive Committee).
Jason Steele graduated from Auburn University in 2002 with a degree B.A. in Economics. He then received his Juris Doctorate from Mississippi College School of Law in 2007. He joined Eiland & Ritchie, LLC, in 2007, and practices in the areas of personal injury and domestic relations. Jason is a member of the Mobile County Bar Association, Alabama State Bar, Mississippi State Bar, South Alabama Trial Lawyers Association and the Alabama Association for Justice.
At Cockrell, Ford, Townsend & Ritchey we feel it is our duty to serve and fight for the rights of others who are hurting whether it is in a financial, physical, or emotional way.
Russ was born and raised in Mobile, Alabama. He obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree from Springhill College in 1988 and went on to attend the University of Alabama School of Law where he received his law degree in 1991. While in law school, Russ was a member of the National Moot Court Team which qualified and competed in the National Competition in New York City.Russ joined the firm as a partner in January 2015 Russ is admitted to practice in all State Courts in Alabama and in the United States District Courts in the Northern, Middle and Southern Districts of Alabama. He is also admitted to practice in the U.S. District Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit. He is a member of the Alabama State Bar, the Alabama Association for Justice, the Mobile and Baldwin County Bar Associations, Alabama State Bar and the South Alabama Trial Lawyers Association.
Russ has over 25 years of litigation experience. He spent the first seven years of his practice working for a large defense firm in Mobile where the bulk of his practice consisted of representing doctors and hospitals in medical malpractice litigation. For the last 16 years, Russ’ exclusive emphasis has been on the plaintiff’s side focusing primarily on personal injury, products liability, nursing home related claims and insurance disputes. While the bulk of his cases have been in Mobile and Baldwin counties, Russ has handled cases throughout the state. Russ feels that his past experience on the defense side gives him a unique advantage when fighting for his clients.
When he is not practicing law Russ enjoys running, coaching his daughters in basketball, and coaching the Spanish Fort High School Girls Cross Country Team. Russ has served on the Board of the Spanish Fort Education Enrichment Foundation, and currently serves on the Citrin Safety Foundation Board where he has participated in putting on the “Alive at 25” safe driving seminars to area high schools in Mobile and Baldwin County.
Farris, Riley & Pitt represents clients from different backgrounds and who have all types of injuries. We have resolved cases for clients ranging from those who experienced minor injuries in a car accident to those who have suffered catastrophic or even fatal injuries as a result of 18–wheeler or industrial accidents. The personal injury attorneys of Farris, Riley & Pitt have over 100 years of combined legal experience.
Founded in 1996 by Kirby Farris, the firm is fortunate to have attracted attorneys with a broad array of experiences. Drawn by a common belief that the practice of law should be an active, aggressive process, Farris, Riley & Pitt has assembled a very talented group of Birmingham, Alabama lawyers.
Steven has practiced law in Tuscaloosa County for more than 40 years and is a partner with Cockrell, Ford, Townsend & Ritchey, LLP Tuscaloosa, Alabama. He’s served as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Alabama School of Law and is co-author of Alabama Workers= Compensation Law and Handbook, published by Lexis Law. Additionally, Steve was a member of the University of Alabama Football Team from 1971-1974 including the National Championship team of 1973.
We have recovered millions of dollars for our clients. At Friedman & Martin Attorneys we answer only to you, our clients. We take on large corporations and insurance companies on a daily basis for our clients. Many lawyers and their firms claim they will fight for you. They also make claims concerning how much money they can get for you. The difference between saying it and doing it is huge. We are successful because insurance companies know we will file suit and fight for your rights and the money you are due. We will not just settle, but we go the distance on your claim.
The attorneys of Perry & Young, P.A. have spent more than 20 years protecting the rights of people who have been seriously injured. This experience means we hold the seasoned legal judgment that clients throughout Florida rely on with confidence when making some of the most important decisions in their lives.
We work closely with our clients to provide them with compassionate legal representation that is specifically tailored to their own unique situations. To do that, we have structured our firm to emphasize listening to our clients, learning their goals and providing them with the knowledge they need to make informed choices from all of the legal options available to them.
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.
The personal injury trial lawyers at Reynolds, Horne & Survant have fought to obtain compensation for victims of auto accidents, medical malpractice, products liability, workers’ compensation and other incidents of negligent or careless injury for over thirty years. We are proud of our record of successfully representing people in the Macon, Georgia area and throughout the southeastern United States including Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.
The right of all American citizens to a trial by jury is perhaps the most important entitlement afforded under our nation’s Constitution. Jury trials are the means by which individual rights are defended from encroachment, and positive social change is implemented. Civil jury verdicts force individuals, powerful corporations, and even the government to be held accountable for their actions in the form of monetary damages, protecting the individual rights that our democracy deems essential to the essence of liberty.
The judicial climate in Georgia is threatening access to quality medical care and general business conditions in the state. Reynolds, Horne & Survant Law Firm is especially interested in the issue of tort reform. Tort reform is not just a doctors’ issue here. Please see our web page on Tort Reform.
Please take the time to explore this website for more information, or contact us at 800-537-3238 for a free case evaluation.
With extensive experience under her belt, Leilani Tynes, the newest addition to the Reeves & Mestayer team, is a skilled criminal defense attorney who is dedicated to making sure those facing criminal charges get fair treatment, protecting the rights and freedoms of those she represents.
Leilani graduated from the University of Mississippi School of Law in 2000, where she served as Vice-Chairman of the Moot Court Board, was a member of the National Moot Court Competition Team, and was a member of the Saul Leftkowitz Competition Team, just to name a few credentials. Since then, Leilani has spent time honing her criminal defense skills serving as assistant district attorney in the Third and Nineteenth Circuit Court Districts, and serving as prosecutor for the City of Ocean Springs.
During her tenure as assistant district attorney, Leilani handled thousands of cases involving drugs, violent crimes, sex crimes, computer crimes, and crimes against children. She also served as Drug Court prosecutor and as a member of the Human Trafficking Taskforce.
Leilani is passionate about criminal defense because every person accused of a crime is innocent until proven guilty. With extensive court room experience she knows what prosecutors are thinking and knows how to fight for the rights of her clients, producing highly favorable results.
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.
Attorney at Law/Registered Nurse
David H. Abrams received his law degree from City University of New York School of Law. He also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology from Florida State University and an Associate of Science degree in Nursing from Tallahassee Community College. He is a member of the Florida Bar and has been admitted to practice before all Florida State Courts, The United States District Court for the Northern District of Florida and the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Northern District of Florida. He is a member of the Tallahassee Bar Association, the National Association of Consumer Advocates, and the American Bar Association.
He is a graduate of the Florida Defender College and has undertaken advanced training regarding consumer rights litigation. His litigation experience includes individual and class action claims in both State and Federal Courts. In addition to his legal credentials he holds an active license as a Registered Nurse in the State of Florida. He is married to Dr. Barbara Demby Abrams, a Pediatrician and attorney.
In addition to his legal advocacy, David is active in a variety of community service organizations such as the Tallahassee Rotary. In his spare time he enjoys playing and studying music, aviation, and studying legal theory.