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Insurance Law From A to Z Series – Courts

It’s time for the next installment of Holcomb Dunbar law series “Insurance Law from A to Z.”  This was put together by our litigation group  who practice in the insurance law arena.  Of course, if you have questions about these or any other topics please do not hesitate to contact us.

Insurance Law From A to Z Series – Cooperation and Assistance

It’s time for the next installment of Holcomb Dunbar law series “Insurance Law from A to Z.”  This was put together by our litigation group who practice in the insurance law arena.  Of course, if you have questions about these or any other topics please do not hesitate to contact us.

Conservator and Guardian Responsibilities

By Brad Golmon The Supreme Court of Mississippi recently ruled in a case having to  do with the standards that must be met before a conservatorship is established and the rights of the ward, the person who is the subject of the conservatorship, as well as those charged with caring for

Insurance Law From A to Z Series – Contribution

It’s time for the next installment of Holcomb Dunbar law series “Insurance Law from A to Z.”  This was put together by our litigation group  who practice in the insurance law arena.  Of course, if you have questions about these or any other topics please do not hesitate to contact us.

Name-Driver Exclusion Held Invalid in Mississippi

Last week, in a 6-2 decision, the Mississippi Supreme Court held that the named-driver exclusion is invalid for purposes of providing the statutory minimum limits.  LYONS v. DIRECT GENERAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF MISSISSIPPI (Miss. February 13, 2014). Although the named driver exclusion

Holcomb Dunbar Wishes Jennifer the Best in her New Adventure

  Holcomb Dunbar is sad to announce that Jennifer Redditt has decided to move on.  She accepted a position with the Lafayette County Circuit Clerk’s office starting next week.  I speak for all here in wishing her the best in this new chapter.

Frozen Pipe and Homeowner’s Insurance

Once again Mississippi finds itself coated with powdery white stuff, ice and cold temperatures and the questions about homeowners’ insurance covering damage from frozen pipes begin to surface. Echoing a post from a few weeks ago, there’s good news!  Most home insurance pol

What Rights does a Subcontractor have in Mississippi?

It’s not easy being a subcontractor, or the sub of a sub, and it gets even worse the farther down the chain you are.  You do what you’re hired to do, using your labor and expertise and materials, and for the first three fourths of the work you’re paid on time.  Then the prime contract

Mississippi Expunge 1st Offense DUI

Do you have an old DUI conviction that continues to follow you? Due to a recent change in the law, if you were convicted of a First Offense DUI, you may now be eligible to have the conviction and arrest erased from your record through an expungement.  Last year Mississippi Governor Ph

Insurance Law From A to Z Series – Consortium

It’s time for the next installment of Holcomb Dunbar law series “Insurance Law from A to Z.”  This was put together by our litigation group who practice in the insurance law arena.  Of course, if you have questions about these or any other topics please do not hesitate to contact us.
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