Below you will find frequently asked questions. If you do not find what you are looking for here, please view our services page, or contact us.

What experience does Tollison & Webb have with lawsuits?

Tollison & Webb has represented individuals and companies in lawsuits in the state and federal courts of Mississippi for nearly thirty years. Attorneys with Tollison & Webb have tried hundreds of cases in state and federal courts in Mississippi.

If you would like more information about the attorneys with Tollison & Webb, please visit the Attorney Profiles section of our website.

What type of lawsuits has the Tollison & Webb tried for individuals and corporations?

Tollison & Webb maintains a diverse litigation practice in the state and federal courts of Mississippi. The firm primarily handles cases involving personal injury, products liability, premises liability, auto/truck accidents, commercial/business litigation, medical malpractice, and criminal defense.

If you would like more information about the types of cases handled by Tollison & Webb, please visit the Services, and Reported Cases sections of our website.

How much will it cost me for the Tollison & Webb to investigate my claim?

You do not have to pay Tollison & Webb to investigate your potential claim. If you decide to hire the firm, depending on the case, we will work for you on a contractual basis.

How much will it cost me to hire the Tollison & Webb to represent me?

In most cases, if you have a personal injury case, we will work for you on a contingency fee basis. This means the firm does not get paid unless you do. You will not get a monthly bill or have to pay any expenses during the course of the lawsuit unless and until we settle your case or you collect a judgment. If you do not receive any money from your case, you will not owe the firm anything.

When handling domestic, criminal, and business litigation, the firm usually receives a retainer from the client and then charges an hourly rate with fees and expenses being paid by the client on a monthly basis.

I need for someone to review my potential lawsuit. What should I do?

You need to contact an attorney. Tollison & Webb would be more than happy for you to contact us and discuss your potential lawsuit. Once we have had the opportunity to review your potential lawsuit and discuss it with the partners of the firm, we will contact you.