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There are large facets of life that are governed by laws, contracts, and duties. These aspects allow people to do business and live peacefully in their communities. However, most people aren’t well-versed in how to write a legal contract, how to enforce the provisions of the contract, or how to seek compensation if they’ve been wronged. Fortunately, these are all activities that a Mississippi trial attorney assists their clients with.

What Does a Trial Attorney Do?

When people think of hiring a lawyer, many times their only frame of reference is what they see on television, which is most commonly a criminal defense attorney who represents individuals who have been charged with a crime. Trial lawyers, however, commonly represent clients involved in civil litigation. Some of the services they can provide for their clients include:

  • Investigating a claim
  • Determining liability
  • Interviewing witnesses
  • Gathering evidence
  • Presenting the claim to insurers or to the court
  • Managing court deadlines and requirements to keep the claim viable

The main responsibility of a trial lawyer is to obtain the evidence and the information to prove their client’s side of the story to a judge or jury and to ensure that the client’s legal claim meets Mississippi’s statutory requirements in order to retain their right to use the court system to seek relief.

The Types of Cases a Trial Lawyer Handles

Trial lawyers can handle a number of different types of cases, including:

  • Matters of consumer law, including helping individuals who have purchased a defective vehicle and qualify for relief under Mississippi’s lemon law, those who have fallen victim to mortgage servicing abuse, those who have suffered harm due to data breaches, and more.
  • Bankruptcy cases and issues pertaining to credit, including violations to the fair debt collection act and debt relief.
  • Personal injury cases in which the client has become injured as a result of someone else’s negligence. Common types of personal injury cases include motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall accidents, or injuries resulting from medical malpractice or a defective product.

When to Call an Experienced Trial Lawyer

There are several instances in which you should call an experienced trial lawyer as soon as possible, such as:

  • Someone has filed a legal complaint against you. A trial lawyer can help you determine your legal options and even help you develop a strategy to defend yourself from the allegations.
  • You have been injured in an accident that was caused by someone else’s negligence. In Mississippi, personal injury claimants must file their claim in court within three years of the date on which the accident occurred in order to preserve their right to use the court system to seek compensation for the expenses and impacts of their injury.
  • You have experienced an injury or financial loss as a result of a defective product.

These are just a few examples of the types of situations that a trial lawyer can help you resolve. The bottom line: if a legal situation has the potential to affect your personal finances, liberties, or well-being, hiring a trial lawyer would likely be beneficial to you.

Finding the Best Mississippi Trial Attorney for You

If you have a legal situation that you need more information about or someone has filed a legal claim against you, let our experienced trial lawyer help you understand your legal options and the types of services we can provide to assist you with reaching a fair and comprehensive resolution. Contact us for a case evaluation.

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Frequently Asked Questions
Let’s Face It — You Have Questions.

Being involved in a legal situation can be overwhelming. One of the most important services an experienced trial lawyer can provide for their clients is guidance based on experience and answers to the questions they have about their case. Here are some frequently asked questions about obtaining a Mississippi trial lawyer.

How do I know if I need a trial lawyer?

If you have experienced a personal injury or financial loss as a result of someone else’s negligence or failure to meet contractual obligations, or you have been accused of violating a contract or someone’s rights, you likely would benefit from talking with a trial lawyer.

Can I handle my case without an attorney?

While there is no legal requirement that you must be represented by an attorney in a civil matter, the legal system is complex, particularly for those who have no experience with the law. Trial lawyers spend years obtaining the education and experience they need to provide effective representation to their clients. An important point to remember is that, for every legal matter in civil court, there is an opposing side. Most often, this opposing side has sought the services of an experienced attorney to help them. Those who choose to pursue a legal matter without an attorney are often outmatched by the opposing side’s attorney, which makes it difficult to obtain a positive outcome.

Do trial attorneys ever negotiate settlements?

Yes. The vast majority of civil claims are resolved before they ever reach the courtroom. While an experienced trial lawyer is comfortable with the process of litigation and able to provide quality representation in cases involving a trial, we are also experienced negotiators and committed to helping our clients in the settlement process as well.

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