Practice Areas

Criminal Defense

If you've been charged with a crime in North Mississippi, you deserve competent and compassionate legal counsel. We offer free consultations to help you understand your rights and the law.

Insurance Defense

The perception that large corporations, insurance carriers, businesses, and other municipal and charitable entities need a large law firm to handle cases filed against them in local jurisdictions is common, but untrue. A competent, professional and highly skilled attorney is equally if not more capable of defending.

Personal Injury

When someone is harmed through the negligent, careless, or wrongful acts of another, HP Attorneys may be able help. Our North Mississippi personal injury lawyers handle all types of catastrophic injury, construction accident, wrongful death, and motor vehicle accident cases.

Collections

By managing all of our litigation internally, our collection law firm provides each creditor, who has collection claims in North Mississippi, with a unique opportunity to have highly skilled collection attorneys representing your company throughout the collection and legal process. Our collection attorneys are seasoned collection professionals who have the litigation prowess to handle your debt collection claims.

Commercial Litigation

Whether your company is trying to resolve a dispute before it escalates into a lawsuit, or you need strategic counsel to protect your interests, out reputable attorneys can concentrate on your business' legal issues while you operate your business.

Landlord/Tenant Disputes

Our experienced lawyers provide comprehensive representation for landlord-tenant issues in North Mississippi. Our firm works with clients throughout the eviction process, including eviction notices, court appearances and the removal of furniture and other property from the premises.

Worker's Compensation

You have a right to a safe and healthful workplace. If you've suffered an injury on the job, make sure you know what kind of benefits you might receive under workers' compensation coverage. Your employer — who is required to carry workers' compensation insurance coverage — should give you a workers' compensation claim form to complete and return to him or her.

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