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Maurice McIntosh Forsyth (4.5 miles)
Admiralty & Maritime, Litigation, Family Law
304 Front St, P O Box 636
Richton, MS 39476, Perry County
Paul David Walley (16.4 miles)
Federal Appellate Practice, Environmental Law Other, Real Estate Other, Electronic Commerce, International Other
102 W Second St, P O Box 183
New Augusta, MS 39462, Perry County
Hardee Steven Henderson (3.9 miles)
General Practice
18 Mean Mutt Rd,
Richton, MS 39476, Perry County
Daniel G Rustin (15.7 miles)
General Practice
399 Clarewood Ln, P O Box 1444
Neely, MS 39461, Greene County
Mark David Keyl (17.7 miles)
Arbitration, State Government, Mediation
2 Redfern Trl,
Petal, MS 39465, Forrest County
Consuelo Wynona Walley (18.2 miles)
Toxic Mold & Tort, Employment Discrimination
638 Orange Dr,
Laurel, MS 39443, Jones County
Marcus Alan McLelland (20.0 miles)
601 Hwy 42 E,
Petal, MS 39465, Forrest County
Thomas H Bates (18.1 miles)
General Practice
169 Redfern Trl,
Petal, MS 39465, Forrest County
Margaret W Holmes (20.0 miles)
General Practice
601 Hwy 42 E,
Petal, MS 39465, Forrest County
Chester Barron McSwain (21.3 miles)
Criminal, Personal Injury
533 Old Richton Rd, P O Box 384
Petal, MS 39465, Forrest County

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... 16. While this is not a traditional "dog-bite" case, we find it instructive that the supreme court has held that dogs are not dangerous per se. To impose liability on a dog owner for personal injuries caused by the dog, "there [must] be some proof that the animal has exhibited some ...

... I. CREDIT-CARD DEBT. ... Johnny testified that he and Kathryn were "getting sued by Trustmark Bank for nonpayment of a credit card debt." Johnny also testified that he did not "know anything about the credit card" and that he "personally did not have" a Trustmark Visa card. ...

... 9. On May 10, 1995, the Physician's Desk Reference ("PDR") product information regarding ... Dunn filed a Complaint in the circuit court against Hyster Company ("Hyster"); NACCO Industries, Incorporated ("NACCO"); [8] Dr. Yager; Dr. Coss; Basel Pharmaceutical ("Basel"); Ciba ...

... 1. In this wrongful death, product liability case, the jury awarded the plaintiffs $4.5 million, or $1.5 million for each of three decedents, finding that the automobile at issue was defective in both its design and manufacture. ... (2) Mississippi Product Liability Act. ΒΆ 25. ...

... "[U]nder admiralty law, where the parties have included a choice of law clause, the state's law will govern unless the state has no substantial relationship to the parties or the transaction or the state's law conflicts with the fundamental purposes of maritime law." Stoot v. Fluor ...