Mr. Jones was born and raised in Mississippi, and has a specific desire to bring about revitalization Jackson area. Part of this desire is be met in providing exceptional legal service to the citizens of the Greater Jackson Area. "I think that living and working in Jackson allows a special opportunity to grow with the city and to wholly involved in that development. My office is Downtown for a reason, I enjoy supporting those businesses that are bringing the Downtown area back to life." Mr. Jones' practice revolves around any type of personal injury, from deaths caused by another (wrongful death), insurance disputes, premises liability (injuries on someone's property), 18-wheeler or trucking wrecks, or automobile wrecks but also includes Social Security Disability cases, will and estate planning and business law in and around the state of Mississippi.
- Personal Injury
- Medical Malpractice
- Products Liability
- Workers' Compensation
- Hypoxic Brain Injury
- Bicycle and Pedestrian Accident
- 18-wheeler Accident
- Motorcycle Accident
- Car Accident
- Bicycle and Pedestrian Wreck
- 18-wheeler Wreck
- Motorcycle Wreck
- Car Wreck
- Free Consultation
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Contingent Fees
- 5th Circuit
- English: Spoken, Written
- Jones Law Group - Personal Injury Attorneys
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- Giddens Law Firm
- University of Mississippi
- J.D. (2010)
- Top 10 Under 40 Attorney Award for Mississippi Nomination
- National Academy Of Personal Injury Attorneys
- "10 Best" Attorneys for Mississippi Nomination
- American Institute of Personal Injury Attorneys
- Law Firm of the Month
- Attorney At Law Magazine
- The Mississippi Bar # 103589
- American Association for Justice
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- Mississippi Association for Justice
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- Recognizing Brain Injuries
- AAJ - Sidebar
- Bicycle Injury Law, In Legal Terms Radio Program, Jackson, MS
- Mississippi Public Broadcasting
- Admitted to Practice Law
- Mississippi Bar
- Injured in Mississippi - 18 wheeler, car wrecks, motorcycle accidents Blog
- Injured in Mississippi
- Car Accidents
24 May 2019
- Low Insurance Settlement Offer
6 September 2017
- Mississippi Uber Wreck Attorney
24 August 2017
- Injured at Work
16 August 2017
- Wrong Prescription Medication
26 July 2017
- Finance Fraud
30 March 2017
- Brain Injury in Jackson, MS – Concussion, TBI, Brain Bleeds
6 January 2017
- Failure to Diagnose Cancer Early Can Result in Dire Consequences
6 June 2016
- False Imprisonment Claims
14 April 2016
- Q. I live in MS. I'm 18. If i move out of MS and buy a house and live in TN, am I a legal adult?
- A: MS judge's blog on the subject: https://betterchancery.com/2011/08/22/emancipation-today/
- Q. Can a person receive pain and suffering if he or she get injuries at a public park???
- A: It depends how the injury occurred among several other factors. Contact a MS personal injury attorney listed on this site for answers, and do so quickly as there is a time limit on when you can bring a claim of as short as one year.
- Q. Does Tricare have a right to uninsured motorist money since that would make it 1st person after 3 years?
- A: Tricare may have a valid lien. It is worth looking in to. Often these liens can be negotiated by an attorney which could mean more settlement proceeds being paid to you. Consult an attorney.
- Q. If worker comp doctor refers me to pt who release me doctor or physical therapist
- A: You should try to follow up with your physician. This might be a situation where you seek legal counsel from a Workers Compensation attorney.
- Q. I was recently written a ticket. The officer put the wrong model of car down. Is this enough to get it thrown out?
- A: You would need to be able to show that you don't own a car of that model. It depends on the judge, but it could be enough based on incorrect information on the "affidavit" ticket.
- Q. Can a landlord require all tenants moving out to professionally have the carpets cleaned?
- A: Take pictures. Taking pictures before moving in is often very helpful as well to show the condition of the carpet when you moved in, vs when you moved out. You may have to make a claim to get your deposit back for this cleaning as it will likely be taken out of your deposit.
- Q. If my boss also my landlord of 8 years dies and I can't find my rental agreement lease can the deceased heir evict me?
- A: You can ask them to show you a copy of the lease. Many leases have a provision that allows termination after some period of time (often a year) and with some amount of notice (often 30 days). Your lease could have been written differently, you could pay the monthly rent and/or show the court prior cashed checks for the amount of monthly rent to show what you have been paying.
- Q. I received a minor in possession of an alcoholic beverage. What do I do now?
- A: Expungement is an option in MS but you will want to discuss with a Mississippi attorney before you make a plea, pay the fine or take a plea deal.
- Q. She died without a will and I have been living in the land all my life.
- A: Likely not. Contact a local family law attorney to discuss your options, and how the property could/should be handled in an estate.