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MississippiCivil Trial Law Lawyers in Lowndes County, Mississippi

Find an attorney focused on civil trial law in Lowndes County, Mississippi. Civil trial law is defined to include litigation of civil controversies in federal and state court as opposed to criminal matters. In most civil trial law cases the litigation involves money damages. Examples of civil trial law matters would include personal injury litigation, medical malpractice, business law, construction claims, insurance claims and a wide variety of other types of civil controversies. When choosing a civil litigator in Lowndes County, Mississippi consider the attorney's experience in the courtroom taking similar civil lawsuits or disputes to trial before a jury.

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Amanda H. Meadows Esq.

Amanda H. Meadows Esq.
Meadows Law Group
PO Box 465
Columbus, MS 39703
Licensed for 6 years, Amanda H. Meadows Esq. is a Criminal Defense and Marijuana Law lawyer... read more >

Richard Schwartz

Richard Schwartz
Richard Schwartz and Associates, P.A.
1835 Hwy 45 North #176
Columbus, MS 39705
Licensed for 40 years, Richard Schwartz is a Personal Injury lawyer... read more >

Scott Winston Colom

Scott Winston Colom
Colom Law Firm
200 6th St. N Ste. 700 PO Box 866
Columbus, MS 39701
Scott Winston Colom is a Personal Injury lawyer... read more >

Chuck Easley

Chuck Easley
Easley Law Firm
P O Box 1472
Columbus, MS 39703
Chuck Easley is a Personal Injury lawyer... read more >
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NBLSC Certification in Civil Trial Advocacy - The National Board of Legal Specialty Certification is accredited by the ABA to certify attorneys as specialists in civil trial advocacy.



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