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On Behalf of Haug, Farrar & Franco, PLLC I Family Law

How Attorneys Can Help With Mississippi Family Law

Family law is a legal practice area that focuses on issues related to family relationships, such as marriage, divorce, adoption, or child custody. It also encompasses matters like spousal support (also called alimony), and paternity rights and obligations. This critical field of law governs the legality of family relationships and provides mechanisms for enforcing familial rights.

On Behalf of Haug, Farrar & Franco, PLLC I Motorcycle Accident

Motorcycle Laws and Regulations in Mississippi

As you navigate the roadways of Mississippi on your motorcycle, it’s essential to have an accurate understanding of the state’s specific laws and regulations. This knowledge will not only help you avoid potential legal troubles but can also fortify your safety while cruising down the roads.

On Behalf of Haug, Farrar & Franco, PLLC I Truck Accident

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration’s Role in Truck Accident Prevention

The trucking industry plays a crucial role in the transportation of goods across the country, so ensuring the safety and efficiency of this industry is incredibly important. In response to this need, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) was established with truck safety and truck accident prevention as a core objective.

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

Are Personal Injury Settlements Taxable?

After being involved in an accident, you may file a Gulfport personal injury claim to receive compensation for the damages you’ve experienced. However, it’s common to wonder whether the compensation received is subject to taxation, as this can make a significant difference in the amount that goes into your pocket. 

On Behalf of Haug, Farrar & Franco, PLLC I Car Accident

Steps to Take if You’ve Been Injured in a Hit-and-Run Accident

Hit and runs are unfortunately common in Mississippi. The following are two common reasons people flee from the scene of an accident:

  • Intoxication: One of the most common answers is intoxication. When someone has been drinking or using drugs and is involved in an accident, they might think that running away is better than being arrested.
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