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Rankin County, MS Product liability lawyers (174 attorneys, 118 reviews)

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  • Rankin County Defective and dangerous products Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 9.3  
    Licensed
    Specializing in catastrophic injury, death claims and workers compensation.
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    Practice area
    25% Defective and dangerous products, 50% Workers compensation, 25% Personal injury

    Cost
    Contingency A contingency fee is the percent of the final award a lawyer will receive as compensation. For some of these cases, lawyers will only be paid if there is a successful outcome. 25%-40%

    License
    MS, Active since 1989

  • Rankin County Defective and dangerous products Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 9.8  
    Licensed
    Mike is a partner of Malouf & Malouf in Jackson, MS. He primarily practices in the areas of personal injury, auto accidents, workers’ compensation, products liability, and criminal law. He received his B.A. from the University of Mississippi in 1...
  • Rankin County Defective and dangerous products Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 10  
    Licensed
    Keith Obert has been a trial/litigation attorney for going on 33 years in Mississippi, Alabama and Tennessee and is the primary litigator for Obert Law Group, P.A. ("OLG"). Obert Law Group is engaged generally in areas of practice related to civil...
  • Rankin County Defective and dangerous products Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 9.8  
    Licensed
    David Dunbar’s practice focuses on personal injury, car accidents, wrongful death, catastrophic injuries, premises liability, medical malpractice, bicycle, boating, and motorcycle accidents, as well as commercial litigation. He is admitted to pra...
  • Rankin County Defective and dangerous products Attorney
    Avvo Rating: 10  
    Licensed
    Review: “Mr. Jones explained carefully and clearly every step of the way. It was easy to reach him or an assistant who was qualified and knowledgeable about my case. I feel Mr. Jones went out of his way to be sure I understood t...