Giddens Law Firm Discusses QTIP Trust Cases in Mississippi

August 11th, 2014

Many lawyers set up trusts, at Giddens Law Firm we litigate trust cases.  If you are a beneficiary of a trust that is being administered by a bank, you should know that the bank has certain fiduciary duties and obligations to you as a beneficiary.  At Giddens Law Firm we have handled complex trust litigation against large corporate banks.  Often times, a beneficiary will place their trust in a trust officer.  It is a trust officer’s duty to be fair to all of the beneficiaries whether they are income beneficiaries or remainder beneficiaries.  Often times trust administration officers fail to adhere to the four corners of the trust document by giving preferential treatment to one beneficiary over the other.

An example of a trust which has multiple beneficiaries is a QTIP trust (Qualified Terminable Interest Property) (a QTIP trust is a type of trust that enables the grantor to provide for a surviving spouse and also to maintain control of how the trust’s assets are distributed once the surviving spouse has also died).

A QTIP trust will normally name a spouse as a beneficiary.  The trustee is required to pay at least annually all of the income derived from the trust.  The trustee should have in place policies and procedures and regular income sweeps ensuring the income beneficiary receives all of the income generated.  Often times a QTIP trust will have a provision such as a maintenance provision or a support provision which will allow the trustee, under certain limited circumstances, to invade the principle of the trust.  This type of activity has to be documented.  This is where many banks, trustees, financial institutions and fiduciaries run in to trouble.  If principle is sold and/or liquidated, it has a negative impact on the remainder beneficiaries.

If you feel you have questions regarding your status as a beneficiary and what your rights are as income or remainder beneficiaries under a QTIP or other trusts, you should contact an attorney.  At Giddens Law Firm, we understand trust law and we have the resources available to hold trustees accountable where they have failed in their duties.  We litigate trust issues.   Call today for a free consultation.

Mississippi “Tort Reform”, Horrible Legislation Endangering Injured Mississippians and Their Families

August 10th, 2014

According to the American Medical Association’s own statistics, the number of physicians in the United States has increased by forty (40%) percent since 1990. In 2004, Mississippi enacted tort reform, enacting a one size fits all approach, hardly fair to injured victims, taking away the jury as a way to decide what a victim’s pain and suffering is worth. It is sad that injured Mississippians now have these civil justice restrictions which limit the ability of individuals and families, injured through no fault of their own, to hold negligent healthcare providers accountable. The Mississippi legislature ten (10) years later, continues to ignore that nearly 100,000 people per year are killed as a result of the high rate of medical negligence. There were intent and has succeeded in limiting victim’s right while padding the profits of the insurance industry.

Consider the former insurance commissioner, Jay Angoff, who found in a 2005 study that insurance companies have been sticking to the doctors, raising their insurance premiums even though the claims/pay-outs have been on the decline. Research shows that a simple look at the annual statements of the largest insurance companies, premiums rose by 120.2% between 2000 and 2004 while their claim pay-outs rose by 5.7 %. American Association for Justice

Many injured victims and their families in Mississippi ask me how could their legislature protect big businesses and insurance companies over the actual people who voted to put them into office. Most of the insurance companies do not even have their principle place of business in Mississippi and are only conducting business here.

The Giddens Law Firm continues to fight for justice making our case to the public and to our clients telling the real story about the civil justice system. It is state and local trial lawyers who have an unwavering commitment to justice that ensures that every individual and family in Mississippi is on a level playing field in the courtroom. Giddens Law Firm holds wrongdoers accountable.

Giddens Law Firm works to make sure any person who is injured by the misconduct and/or negligence of others can get justice in the courtroom even in the face of taking on the most powerful of interests.

The political process in Mississippi has allowed drug and oil industries, big insurance companies and other large corporations to engulf, surpass and overtake the interests of the common, every day, blue-collar, 9-5, hard-working and independent Mississippian and their families.

An Overview of the Most Common Mississippi Birth Injuries

August 4th, 2014

Your child’s birth is one of the most exciting, memorable, and unforgettable moments of your life.  All parents hope for an uncomplicated and smooth delivery, but sadly, for some parents, medical complications occur.  Seven out of every 1,000 babies born in the U.S. will sustain some sort of birth injury.  Nearly 30,000 birth injuries occur each year.  While some birth injuries are linked to biological, environmental, or nutritional factors, many more are the direct result of medical malpractice and negligence.  Doctors in hospitals across the country can act negligently to cause birth injuries that often lead to a lifetime of problems.

What is a Birth Injury?

A birth injury is defined as any sort of injury occurring to a newborn during childbirth.  Birth injuries generally occur due to complications during labor or delivery.  Birth injuries can range in severity from minor bruising to severe brain damage.  Medical malpractice is a main cause of birth injuries, but there are other environmental or natural causes.  A licensed birth injury attorney will examine your child’s injury and medical history to determine if medical malpractice played a role in your child’s birth injury.

What are the Most Common Birth Injuries?

The most common birth injuries are as follows:

  1. Head and brain injuries: These injuries can range from minor bruising of the head due to the use of forceps to bleeding in the brain.  Birth complications often result in deprivation of oxygen to the baby, which can later lead to Cerebral Palsy, mental impairment, and seizure disorders.  Medical malpractice that causes these injuries can include failing to recognize fetal distress and timely performing a c-section.
  2. Fractured bones: Broken collar bones and clavicles most often occur during birth.  Fractured bones happen frequently during difficult or breech births.  Babies usually recover quickly from this injury.
  3. Cerebral Palsy: Approximately three out of every 1,000 children born in the U.S. today is diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy.  This disorder is characterized by lack of motor development, learning problems, muscle spasms, and problems with vision and hearing.  There is not currently a cure for Cerebral Palsy.
  4. Brachial plexus injuries: This birth injury involves damage to the nerves that travel from the upper spine through to the neck, shoulder, arm, and hand.  Damage to these nerves ranges from mild to severe.  Erb’s Palsy can result from this sort of injury.
  5. Caput Succedaneum: Swelling of the scalp characterizes this injury, which can be caused by excessive pressure during birth.
  6. Subarachnoid hemorrhage/Intracranial hemorrhage: This birth injury involves bleeding in the skull under the two innermost layers.  Long term neurological disorders commonly occur.
  7. Perinatal Asphyxia: This injury involves the deprivation of oxygen to the newborn.  Twisted umbilical cords or delayed c-sections commonly result in perinatal asphyxia.  It often has long term consequences on mental development.

The birth injuries set out above, along with many others, are often the result of medical malpractice.  Birth injuries are not always easily recognized immediately following birth.  If your delivery was not handled in a proper manner and you believe your child could have suffered a birth injury, it is best to consult with an attorney early on to ensure your child’s legal rights are protected.

Giddens Law Firm, P.A.: Fighting for Justice for Your Birth Injured Child

The seasoned Mississippi Birth Injury Attorneys at Giddens Law Firm, P.A. understand how heartbreaking a preventable birth injury can be. Our compassionate team of Mississippi birth injury attorneys will strive to lessen the financial hardship a birth injury can wrought.  Call Giddens Law Firm, P.A. today at (601) 355-2022 to schedule your free consultation.

 

A Look at Hit and Run Accidents in Mississippi

July 30th, 2014

Under Mississippi law, when you have been involved in an accident, you must stop at the scene of the accident and exchange information with the driver of the other vehicle or the owner of the property that was damaged.  It is a criminal offense to flee the scene of an accident.

Despite clear Mississippi laws in place, hit and run accidents can and do occur with alarming regularity.  A hit and run accident happens when the driver flees the scene of the accident.  When the driver takes off, this leaves the victim of the accident often wondering how their medical bills will be paid or their car repaired.  While being involved in a hit and run may make your recovery more complex, it is important that hit and run accident victims understand they do have avenues for recovery and can often experience a complete compensation.

Types of Hit and Run Accidents

Hit and run accidents can occur in a variety of ways.  The most obvious is when a vehicle strikes your vehicle and the driver flees the scene of the accident.  Often, hit and run accidents of this nature involve intoxicated drivers who flee the scene to avoid arrest for driving while under the influence.  Sometimes, drunk drivers can even be so inebriated they fail to realize they have been involved in an accident.  A hit and run accident can also involve a pedestrian or bicycle rider.  When a driver hits either of these categories of victims, then leaves the scene of the accident, it will be considered a hit and run.

Hit and run accidents can additionally occur even no physical conduct has been involved in the accident.  For instances, when one car causes another to crash into another object or a bicyclist to swerve off the road and hit an obstacle, this will be deemed a hit and run even though the fleeing driver’s vehicle never came into contact with anything.

Recovering from a Hit and Run Accident

When a hit and run accident occurs, the police and other law enforcement will attempt to uncover the identity of the fleeing driver.  This can often be accomplished through your testimony, witness testimony, and traffic cameras.  At times, the driver will later turn themselves in, particularly if alcohol was involved in the initial accident but the driver has since sobered.

If the driver is found, he or she will be liable in a personal injury suit for not only all of your compensable damages, such as medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering, but could face punitive damages as well.  Punitive damages are inflicted to prevent the hit and run driver and others like him or her from engaging in such conduct.  Punitive damages can be substantial.

If the driver cannot be located, victims of hit and run accidents can generally recover through their insurance policies.  Drivers in Mississippi can seek compensation under their uninsured/uninsured motorist policy.

Giddens Law Firm, P.A.: Offering Experienced Representation to Hit and Run Accident Victims

The Mississippi Automobile Accident Lawyers at Giddens Law Firm, P.A. urge anyone who has been injured in hit and run accident or any other sort of vehicle related crash to contact us for assistance.  Our experienced automobile accident attorneys understand the special issues involved in a hit and run crash.  Using our breadth of knowledge, we will guide you through the legal process to a full recovery.  Our case reviews are always free and confidential.  Call us today at (601) 355-2022 to see how one of our skilled auto accident attorneys can help you.

Think Trial Lawyers Are Greedy? Think Again!

July 23rd, 2014

A recent article published by Public Justice examines how top companies are willing to sacrifice public safety in order to preserve profits. Trial lawyers protect the public by holding these companies accountable. Trial lawyers that obtain big judgements and verdicts help deter companies from putting profits over people. That is what trial lawyers and litigation does to serve public safety.

Call attorney John D. Giddens for a free consultation if you or a loved one has been injured due to the negligence of another.

T-Bone Accidents on Mississippi Roadways

July 17th, 2014

Numerous types of accidents occur on Mississippi roadways each day.  One of the most common and dangerous types of accidents are T-bone collisions.  T-bone accidents happen in intersections throughout Mississippi’s many roadways.  These side impact crashes generally occur at intersections where vehicles are changing directions or there are different traffic signals that control the movement of traffic through converging roads.  T-bone accidents occur when two vehicles are traveling perpendicular or at a right angle to one another, or one vehicle is driving through an intersection when another turns into the path of the oncoming vehicle, creating a T-shaped accident.

While all accidents hold the potential to cause serious injuries, T-bone crashes are known to be catastrophic.  A contributing factor to the seriousness of these accidents is the ineffectiveness of side airbags.  Numerous studies have demonstrated that side airbags offer little protection to crash victims.  Door frames alone do not protect innocent passengers and drivers when a fast moving vehicle pummels into them.  Studies have actually shown that when a vehicle intrudes into another vehicle by as little as six inches, the occupants of the vehicle, especially those in the seat on the side impacted, are highly likely to suffer serious injuries.

Some injuries commonly associated with T-bone crashes include:

  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Back injuries
  • Spinal cord damage
  • Fractured ribs
  • Broken bones
  • Punctured lungs
  • Neck injuries
  • Damage to the heart
  • Internal organ damage
  • Amputation
  • Lacerations
  • Permanent disfigurement or disability
  • Death

Most T-bone accidents can be attributed to driver negligence, caused when a driver ignores traffic signals or fails to yield at a traffic signal.  Many T-bone accidents occur for the following reasons:

  • A driver fails to yield the right of way when making a turn into an intersection
  • A driver pulls into an intersection without checking for oncoming cars, trucks, or motorcycles
  • A driver does not stop at a traffic light or stop sign
  • A driver fails to yield the right of way when traveling through an intersection
  • A driver anticipates another driver will stop and turns in front of it, only to have the driver not stop
  • A driver behaves in an aggressive manner and attempts to turn quickly in front of an approaching vehicle or drives too fast through an intersection
  • A driver is not paying attention to the road and fails to observe a traffic signal, oncoming vehicle, or stop sign

When a T-bone accident occurs, it will be necessary to analyze fault.  These accidents can be caused by either driver, though often it is the driver that impacted the side of the other vehicle that is responsible for the crash.  Sometimes fault will be assigned to both parties in the side impact crash.  This will not, however, bar recovery in a Mississippi personal injury action.  An experienced car accident attorney will investigate your crash and help you fight for a full recovery.

Giddens Law Firm, P.A.: Zealous Representation for All Car Accident Victims

The Mississippi Automobile Accident Lawyers at Giddens Law Firm, P.A. urge anyone who has been injured in T-bone or any other sort of car accident to contact us for assistance.  Our experienced automobile accident attorneys will examine your crash and determine whether it was caused by the negligence of another.  We will then guide you through the legal process to a full recovery.  Our case reviews are always free and confidential.  Call us today at (601) 355-2022 to see how one of our skilled auto accident attorneys can help you.

 

Mississippi Car Accident Attorney Discusses the Dangers of Rollover Accidents

July 5th, 2014

Rollover accidents occur when a Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV), truck, van, pickup truck, or car, flips over on its roof or side.  Rollover accidents are the primary cause of death in SUV crashes and the second cause, after only head-on collisions, of vehicle related accident deaths overall.  Each year, nearly 10,000 vehicles are involved in fatal rollover crashes.  Even when a rollover accident does not result in death, they lead to serious and catastrophic injuries.  According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, rollover accidents are more likely than any other sort of crash to result in fatalities.

Recently, a Brownwood, Mississippi man was killed in a rollover crash.  Howard L. Adams, just 23 years old, was driving his Ford SUV when the vehicle left the road and overturned on Interstate 20 near the Toomsuba exit.  Adams was not wearing a seatbelt and was ejected from the rolled-over vehicle.  He died at the scene of the accident.

Factors Contributing to Rollover Accidents

The following is a list of factors that cause or contribute to rollover accidents:

  • Top heavy or unstable vehicles: Vehicles that are tall and have a high center of gravity, such as SUVs, trucks, minivans, vans, and buses, are more likely to be involved in rollover crashes than smaller passenger vehicles or compact cars.  The increased height of these tall vehicles makes them less stable and more prone to rollover.  Securing objects like luggage, kayaks, or bikes, to the tops of these vehicles will make them even more prone to rollover.  Isuzu Troopers, Ford Broncos, and Mitsubishi Monteros have becomes notorious for being involved in serious rollover accidents.
  • Jerking of the wheel and “trips:” Many rollovers occur when the driver makes a sudden sharp or jerking of the wheel, or hits a “trip” such as a median, curb, or guardrail.  Tripping occurs most often when the vehicle is driving at high speeds and one side of the vehicle hits an object, forcing it to become airborne.  In fact, the U.S. Department of Transportation has found that nearly 95% of all rollovers can be attributed to “tripping.”
  • Multiple vehicle accidents: When vehicles, particularly those already prone to rollover as mentioned above, are struck by another vehicle in the side, rollovers can occur.  These sorts of accidents account for about 20% of all rollover accidents.
  • Speeding and distracted driving: Speeding and driver distraction are common causes of all vehicle related crashes and both contribute to a large number of rollovers.  Distracted drivers that take their eyes off the road or even just their minds off the road for a matter of moments can drift from the road, hitting an object, or strike another vehicle.  Rollovers will commonly occur in this manner.
  • Wet weather: Bad weather conditions create an increased likelihood of car accidents.  When a vehicle already prone to rollover skids on a slippery surface, the driver may be forced to correct the wheel and accidentally cause a rollover.

Giddens Law Firm, P.A.: Zealous Representation for All Car Accident Victims

The Mississippi Car Accident Lawyers at Giddens Law Firm, P.A. urge anyone who has been injured in rollover or any other sort of accident to contact us for assistance.  Our experienced automobile accident attorneys will examine your crash and determine whether it was caused by the negligence of another.  We will then guide you through the legal process to a full recovery.  Our case reviews are always free and confidential.  Call us today at (601) 355-2022 to see how one of our skilled auto accident attorneys can help you.

Flying Bounce Houses and Dangerous Rides: How You Can Protect Your Children

July 3rd, 2014

Recently, several frightening accidents involving inflatable “bounce houses” have called attention to the dangers that lurk in some children’s entertainment equipment.  On May 13, 2014, an inflatable bounce house manufactured by Little Tikes was set up as a backyard activity for kids.  The bounce house was being used by several children when it suddenly blew 100 feet into the air.  Luckily, all three children fell out of the bounce house before it soared that high into the sky.

Two boys, ages five and six, fell out of the structure as it was taking off, at a height of about 20 feet.  One of the boys landed on a parked car after being tossed by the bounce house and the other landed on asphalt.  Both children suffered serious injuries and were rushed to the Albany Medical Center Hospital.  A girl inside the bounce house also fell and suffered minor scrapes.

Weeks after this alarming incident, another bounce house accident injured at least two children.  In Jefferson County, Colorado, a bounce house with an inflatable slide was set up as part of the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Jamboree.  The bounce house suddenly came free and began to roll across the field.  Parents and students ran to avoid being struck by the runaway inflatable.  A girl that was going down the slide at the time of its take off flew some eight feet into the air.  A boy was still trapped inside as the slide blew between 200 and 300 feet.  He was injured in the accident but not severely.

The Colorado inflatable slide was operated by a company called Airbound.  Airbound has stated the slide was staked down and proper precautions taken.  In the case of the first bounce house, manufactured by Little Tikes, it does appear the house was staked down but it is unclear what sort of instructions accompanied the inflatable.

Parents are cautioned to follow the steps below before allowing their child to use an inflatable either at home or set up by an event company:

  • Check to see that the ride has been securely anchored.  All bounce houses must be well staked into the ground and properly tied.
  • Observe whether the operator is strictly limiting the number of people on the ride at one time.  Each ride has safety limits that must be observed.
  • Look at the inflation of the ride itself.  Does it appear overloaded or unstable?
  • Check the blower inflating the ride.  Is it properly connected? If it becomes unplugged, the ride could collapse and possibly injure riders.

If your child has been injured in an inflatable bounce house or any other sort of children’s ride, he or she may be able to seek compensation for injuries sustained in a personal injury or defective products suit.  Bounce house accidents are generally caused by one of two scenarios: operator negligence or product malfunction.  In the event of any accident, it is important to consult with an experienced personal injury attorney who can investigate the incident and determine potential avenues for recovery.        

Giddens Law Firm, P.A.: Protecting Mississippi’s Precious Children

The Mississippi Personal Injury Attorneys at Giddens Law Firm, P.A. urge anyone whose child has been injured in a bounce house or other piece of child entertainment equipment to contact us for assistance.  Our experienced personal injury attorneys will your child’s accident and determine whether it was caused by the negligence of another.  We will then guide you through the legal process to a full recovery.  Our case reviews are always free and confidential.  Call us today at (601) 355-2022 to see how one of our skilled personal injury attorneys can help you.

Flying Bounce Houses and Dangerous Rides: How You Can Protect Your Children

June 20th, 2014

            Recently, several frightening accidents involving inflatable “bounce houses” have called attention to the dangers that lurk in some children’s entertainment equipment.  On May 13, 2014, an inflatable bounce house manufactured by Little Tikes was set up as a backyard activity for kids.  The bounce house was being used by several children when it suddenly blew 100 feet into the air.  Luckily, all three children fell out of the bounce house before it soared that high into the sky.

            Two boys, ages five and six, fell out of the structure as it was taking off, at a height of about 20 feet.  One of the boys landed on a parked car after being tossed by the bounce house and the other landed on asphalt.  Both children suffered serious injuries and were rushed to the Albany Medical Center Hospital.  A girl inside the bounce house also fell and suffered minor scrapes.

            Weeks after this alarming incident, another bounce house accident injured at least two children.  In Jefferson County, Colorado, a bounce house with an inflatable slide was set up as part of the Rocky Mountain Lacrosse Jamboree.  The bounce house suddenly came free and began to roll across the field.  Parents and students ran to avoid being struck by the runaway inflatable.  A girl that was going down the slide at the time of its take off flew some eight feet into the air.  A boy was still trapped inside as the slide blew between 200 and 300 feet.  He was injured in the accident but not severely.

            The Colorado inflatable slide was operated by a company called Airbound.  Airbound has stated the slide was staked down and proper precautions taken.  In the case of the first bounce house, manufactured by Little Tikes, it does appear the house was staked down but it is unclear what sort of instructions accompanied the inflatable.

            Parents are cautioned to follow the steps below before allowing their child to use an inflatable either at home or set up by an event company:

  • Check to see that the ride has been securely anchored.  All bounce houses must be well staked into the ground and properly tied.
  • Observe whether the operator is strictly limiting the number of people on the ride at one time.  Each ride has safety limits that must be observed.
  • Look at the inflation of the ride itself.  Does it appear overloaded or unstable?
  • Check the blower inflating the ride.  Is it properly connected? If it becomes unplugged, the ride could collapse and possibly injure riders.

            If your child has been injured in an inflatable bounce house or any other sort of children’s ride, he or she may be able to seek compensation for injuries sustained in a personal injury or defective products suit.  Bounce house accidents are generally caused by one of two scenarios: operator negligence or product malfunction.  In the event of any accident, it is important to consult with an experienced personal injury attorney who can investigate the incident and determine potential avenues for recovery.        

Giddens Law Firm, P.A.: Protecting Mississippi’s Precious Children

            The Mississippi Personal Injury Attorneys at Giddens Law Firm, P.A. urge anyone whose child has been injured in a bounce house or other piece of child entertainment equipment to contact us for assistance.  Our experienced personal injury attorneys will your child’s accident and determine whether it was caused by the negligence of another.  We will then guide you through the legal process to a full recovery.  Our case reviews are always free and confidential.  Call us today at (601) 355-2022 to see how one of our skilled personal injury attorneys can help you.

T-Bone Accidents on Mississippi Roadways

June 14th, 2014

Numerous types of accidents occur on Mississippi roadways each day.  One of the most common and dangerous types of accidents are T-bone collisions.  T-bone accidents happen in intersections throughout Mississippi’s many roadways.  These side impact crashes generally occur at intersections where vehicles are changing directions or there are different traffic signals that control the movement of traffic through converging roads.  T-bone accidents occur when two vehicles are traveling perpendicular or at a right angle to one another, or one vehicle is driving through an intersection when another turns into the path of the oncoming vehicle, creating a T-shaped accident.

While all accidents hold the potential to cause serious injuries, T-bone crashes are known to be catastrophic.  A contributing factor to the seriousness of these accidents is the ineffectiveness of side airbags.  Numerous studies have demonstrated that side airbags offer little protection to crash victims.  Door frames alone do not protect innocent passengers and drivers when a fast moving vehicle pummels into them.  Studies have actually shown that when a vehicle intrudes into another vehicle by as little as six inches, the occupants of the vehicle, especially those in the seat on the side impacted, are highly likely to suffer serious injuries.

Some injuries commonly associated with T-bone crashes include:

  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Back injuries
  • Spinal cord damage
  • Fractured ribs
  • Broken bones
  • Punctured lungs
  • Neck injuries
  • Damage to the heart
  • Internal organ damage
  • Amputation
  • Lacerations
  • Permanent disfigurement or disability
  • Death

Most T-bone accidents can be attributed to driver negligence, caused when a driver ignores traffic signals or fails to yield at a traffic signal.  Many T-bone accidents occur for the following reasons:

  • A driver fails to yield the right of way when making a turn into an intersection
  • A driver pulls into an intersection without checking for oncoming cars, trucks, or motorcycles
  • A driver does not stop at a traffic light or stop sign
  • A driver fails to yield the right of way when traveling through an intersection
  • A driver anticipates another driver will stop and turns in front of it, only to have the driver not stop
  • A driver behaves in an aggressive manner and attempts to turn quickly in front of an approaching vehicle or drives too fast through an intersection
  • A driver is not paying attention to the road and fails to observe a traffic signal, oncoming vehicle, or stop sign

When a T-bone accident occurs, it will be necessary to analyze fault.  These accidents can be caused by either driver, though often it is the driver that impacted the side of the other vehicle that is responsible for the crash.  Sometimes fault will be assigned to both parties in the side impact crash.  This will not, however, bar recovery in a Mississippi personal injury action.  An experienced car accident attorney will investigate your crash and help you fight for a full recovery.

Giddens Law Firm, P.A.: Zealous Representation for All Car Accident Victims

The Mississippi Automobile Accident Lawyer at Giddens Law Firm, P.A. urges anyone who has been injured in T-bone or any other sort of car accident to contact us for assistance.  Our experienced automobile accident attorney will examine your crash and determine whether it was caused by the negligence of another.  We will then guide you through the legal process to a full recovery.  Our case reviews are always free and confidential.  Call us today at (601) 355-2022 to see how our skilled auto accident attorney can help you.