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A Mississippi Defense Law Firm With More Than 75 Years of Experience in Personal Injury Litigation

A significant portion of our firm’s practice is devoted to defending insurance companies and insured individuals and businesses in personal injury claims. Our approach first analyzes potential liability for injuries claimed, then assesses the actual extent of injuries and damages, and moves forward with development and execution of a custom-tailored defense strategy based on the factual and legal issues involved.  We pursue favorable resolutions through settlement negotiations, mediation, arbitration, and litigation, and we help our clients make informed decisions in light of the unique circumstances presented by each individual case.  If the case is not resolved by motion practice or settlement, Daniel Coker will stand ready, fully prepared to proceed to trial.

We have extensive experience handling claims throughout Mississippi and the surrounding states, and our lawyers routinely litigate in both state and federal courts. Our practice encompasses all types of personal injury claims, including (but not limited to):

  • Automobile accidents
  • Commercial transportation accidents
  • Construction accidents and defect claims
  • Premises liability claims
  • Products liability claims
  • Professional liability and malpractice claims
  • Toxic and environmental tort claims
  • Workplace injury, illness, and exposure claims

We focus on achieving desirable results as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible. If it is in our client’s best interests to resolve the dispute through settlement, then we negotiate strategically to minimize our client’s liability. When trial is required, we call upon our lawyers’ decades of collective experience to build and execute a trial strategy that protects our client in the instant case with an eye to establishing useful precedent for the future.  And make no mistake: the best resolution for a defendant is achieved when the plaintiff knows that effective trial counsel is on the other side.

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