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Mississippi Personal Injury Lawyers

In recent years, Mississippi personal injury lawyers have had full time litigating cases involving victims of Hurricane Katrina. Mississippi personal injury lawyers conduct their work around the state from such places as Jackson, Biloxi, Gulfport, Hattiesburg and Tupelo. Besides hurricane damage, Mississippi personal injury lawyers have had their hands full of other kinds of cases as well including faulty products, industrial accidents and fires on college campuses.

 

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Historians have recognized the first state bar association in the United States as being organized in Natchez by a group of Mississippi lawyers in 1821. The association was created "for the purpose of mutual instruction and protection, and for the honor and respectability of the whole bar of the state." This voluntary organization, however, remained active for only four years and was not reorganized until 1886, when an organizational meeting was held for the election of officers and the adoption of a constitution and by-laws. Annual meetings of this voluntary bar association were regularly held until 1892 when the association was abandoned for the second time.

Again revived in 1905, the voluntary Mississippi state bar association was initially able to stimulate and promote a number of worthwhile projects, such as the adoption of a code of ethics for lawyers and attempts to enforce high ethical standards among lawyers. By the early 1930's, however, the association was having trouble tending to the necessary business of ridding the profession of dishonest and unethical lawyers. Membership in the association declined sharply in 1930 and 1931, and this decline was inevitably accompanied by a corresponding decline in income and effectiveness. The public began to malign the bar as a whole and to spread the idea that disregard of ethics and dereliction of duty was the general rule applicable to the vast majority of the lawyers in the state.

Mississippi Personal Injury Lawyers

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Mississippi personal injury lawyers are representing the families of Will Townsend and Howard stone who were killed in a house fire in 2004. The house fire happened at the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity at the University of Mississippi.

After the lawsuit was filed by the Mississippi personal injury lawyers, the state legislature made sweeping changes to safety rules for campus housing. The family of the two men who were killed in the incident are seeking unspecified damages. A third man was also killed in the incident, but the family has not brought forward a lawsuit.


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