The 14th Winningest Law Firm of 2002, Porter & Malouf, P.A., have the unmatched knowledge, experience, and resources to help your family receive the full compensation that you deserve for your injury due to someone else's negligence or a defective product. Their Mississippi personal injury attorneys are ready to review your case at no charge to you.
If you or a loved one have suffered from medical malpractice, auto accident, nursing home negligence, premise liability, construction site accidents, defective products, or any other personal injury issue, call Attorney Tim Porter or Patrick Malouf to have your case reviewed. Contact us today for a free, no obligation case review.
At Porter & Malouf, P.A., we will do everything we can to put you at ease as we navigate the legal channels necessary to help you. Our staff each have specific jobs to help move your case forward; but, we also have an attitude that an office functions best when it doesn't hold steadfast to detailed job descriptions. At Porter & Malouf, everyone shares the job of helping you. If you have a question, someone will get the answer quickly.
Even if your case is part of large-scale litigation, like asbestos, you will still be treated as an individual. We will guide you through the process of medical examinations, depositions, discovery and settlement. We will prepare you for a trial and help you keep your eyes on the finish line instead of the bumps and potholes along the way...
Notable Verdicts and Settlements
Below are a few of our most notable jury verdicts and settlements.
$150,000,000 Asbestos Personal Injury
$ 72,000,000 Talcum Ovarian Cancer Jury Verdict
$ 7,600,000 Silica Personal Injury
$ 7,000,000 Lead Paint Personal Injury
$ 2,000,000 Auto Accident Personal Injury
Awards & Recognitions
- The National Law Journal ranks Porter | Malouf, P.A. as the "14th Most Winningest Law Firm in the United States.
- Porter | Malouf, P.A. is an AV® Preeminent™ Rated law firm by Martingale-Hubbell. This is the highest rating given to law firms recognized for the highest levels of skills and integrity.
- Hosts of the WLBT 3 LawCall™ - a live, weekly, thirty-minute call-in show about Mississippi personal injury law.
Car accidents result in countless injuries and deaths each year. Automobile accidents can injure people even with no visible signs of vehicle damage. They can also cause grave accidents leading to serious injuries. A large percentage of auto accidents are caused by negligence and recklessness of drivers. Approximately 2 million Americans are injured in whiplash accidents. Ten percent of whiplash victims become disabled. A lot of accident victims settle their case with the insurance companies before getting evaluated from a doctor trained in soft tissue injuries.
Accidents involving large trucks are among the most serious and most deadly in the U.S. Trucking companies are required to follow Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations concerning their equipment and their drivers' hours of service. A typical fully-loaded large commercial truck can weigh 80,000 pounds or more. While statistics show that truck drivers are much more careful on the road than automobile drivers, fatal crashes involving trucks and other large vehicles has declined in recent years, large truck crashes still accounted for 5350 fatalities and 133,000 injuries in 2001.
Personal injury cases can include Auto Accidents, Defamation of Character, Product Defects and Medical Malpractice. Personal injury cases are brought about by physical injury or mental anguish caused by actions or negligence of another party. Personal injury law covers the physical harm the individual may have endured. Personal injury cases often involve grave injury, permanent disability as well as death.
Wrongful death occurs when a person is killed due to the negligence or misconduct of another individual or company. The purpose of wrongful death laws is to compensate the survivors of a victim of wrongful death. Every state has a civil set of statutes, which establish the procedures for bringing wrongful death actions. A wrongful death claim may arise out of a number of circumstances, such as, medical malpractice, death during a supervised activity, or automobile accident.