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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.
Morgan & Morgan, a national plaintiff’s law firm fighting for the people, not the powerful, has recovered more than $4 billion for more than 200,000 clients. The firm’s attorneys represent clients in a wide range of practice areas — from personal injury, workers’ compensation, and medical malpractice cases to labor and employment, mesothelioma, and product liability lawsuits to national mass torts and class actions.
Rocky Wilkins serves as Trial Counsel for Morgan & Morgan’s Mississippi cases. “With my hands-on experience in taking cases to trial, I will personally see my clients’ lawsuits through from start to finish,” said Wilkins.
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