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On Behalf of Haug, Farrar & Franco, PLLC I September 20, 2021 I Personal Injury

When Should I Hire a Personal Injury Attorney?

Being involved in an accident can be a traumatic experience, especially if you’ve suffered serious injuries. Many people are so focused on making sure they’re healthy and spending their time dealing with the emotional aspect of the accident that they don’t even consider talking to a lawyer.

On Behalf of Haug, Farrar & Franco, PLLC I September 16, 2021 I Personal Injury

How Are Damages Calculated in a Mississippi Injury Case?

Being injured as a result of someone else’s negligence or carelessness is always very upsetting. It’s understandable if your first thought isn’t to hire a lawyer. However, once you’ve processed the situation emotionally and are feeling better physically, it’s wise to contact a personal injury lawyer to discuss your options.

On Behalf of Haug, Farrar & Franco, PLLC I September 13, 2021 I Personal Injury

Proving Premises Liability in Mississippi

Premises liability claims are often filed as a result of an injury that is sustained due to a property owner’s carelessness or negligence. These types of cases can be initiated in response to a slip and fall, an animal attack, a dangerous construction site, a fire, a swimming pool accident, inadequate security, and more.

On Behalf of Haug, Farrar & Franco, PLLC I March 29, 2020 I Personal Injury

How does a divorce affect a personal injury settlement?

Client Question: “My husband was injured in a car wreck in Biloxi, and he is going to receive money for his injuries…He and I are getting a divorce… Is that award  for compensation for personal injury going to be divided up to help me and our kids as part of our divorce?”

On Behalf of Haug, Farrar & Franco, PLLC I October 9, 2010 I Personal Injury

Catastrophic Injury Cases-Taking Care of YOUR Future Medical Needs

Attorney Jonathan Franco discusses how a personal injury attorney can make sure your future medical needs are met in a catastrophic injury case. Clients with permanent spinal cord injuries, traumatic brain injuries, amputations, and paralysis often need future medical treatment such as MRIs, prescription medication, surgery, physical therapy, handicap accessibility, etc.

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