Types of Cases We Handle
Our Jackson, MS attorneys can help after any type of injuries, including those caused by:
- Car accidents
- Motorcycle accidents
- Offshore accidents
- Oilfield accidents
- Workplace accidents
- Pipeline explosions
- Plant and refinery accidents
- Trucking accidents
- Defective products
- Dangerous pharmaceuticals
- Dog attacks
- Slip and fall accidents
- Drowning and near-drowning accidents
- Boating accidents
Car & Truck Accident Lawyers Serving Jackson, MS & Beyond
When you consider the amount of time we spend on the road on any given day, it's easy to see why traffic accidents are the second leading cause of unintentional injury deaths in the United States across all age groups. About 2 million people are injured and 30,000 are killed in car, truck, motorcycle, and other motor vehicle crashes in the U.S. every year. Our attorneys help people who have survived catastrophic collisions and also represent families who have lost loved ones in motor vehicle accidents in Jackson, MS, and across the country.
Jackson, MS Work Injury Attorneys
Whether you work in a refinery or behind a desk in an office, you could be in danger of experiencing a serious injury if your employer does not take proper measures to keep your workplace safe. At Arnold & Itkin, we represent workers across Jackson who have been harmed in any type of work accident.
Some specific workplace injury cases we can handle include:
- Work vehicle accidents
- Assembly line injuries
- Factory accidents
- Chemical plant accidents
- Oil refinery accidents
- Chemical spills and exposure
- Forklift accidents
- Ladder and scaffolding falls
- Construction accidents
- Industrial accidents
If you've been injured at work, you cannot assume that your employer will put your health and well-being first. Instead, you may be pressured to return to work before you're ready, you may be denied the benefits you deserve, or you may find that you are out of a job unless you accept a low settlement that won't cover all of your medical bills. Our Jackson injury attorneys fight for workers' rights, helping them recover after serious on-the-job injuries.
Catastrophic Injury Help in Jackson, MS
Life-changing injuries like amputation, severe burns, or paralysis require the time and attention of an attorney who knows how to recover lifelong compensation for your ongoing care. Our team has extensive experience with catastrophic injuries caused by truck accidents, industrial accidents, offshore explosions, workplace accidents, and more. We understand how to identify at-fault parties and seek the complete compensation it will take to cover medical care, ongoing treatment, in-home care, assistive devices, lost earnings, medication, and every single expense associated with a catastrophic injury.
Our Jackson, MS personal injury lawyers can take on cases involving:
- Burn injuries
- Spinal cord injuries
- Brain injuries
- Hearing loss
- Vision loss
- Crush injuries
- Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Demanding Justice for Injured Offshore Workers
The residents of Jackson and all of Hinds County contribute a large number of workers to the maritime industry. Their dedication to this back-breaking and hazardous work is laudable, and our Jackson offshore injury attorneys believe that these workers should be protected. When negligent employers compromise on safety measures and injury or death is the result, we will fight to hold them accountable.
After the Deepwater Horizon explosion, Arnold & Itkin represented more crew members than any other law firm in the country. That’s because our Jackson maritime attorneys understand the unique laws that govern offshore injuries, and we are dedicated to making the ocean a safer place to work. No matter what.
We’ve recovered billions of dollars for our clients, and we have a history of record-breaking verdicts and settlements.
About Jackson, MS
Known as “The City with Soul,” Jackson is the most populous city in Mississippi. It has a rich history in music, including gospel, jazz, folk, and blues. Jackson is also the state capital and is one of two seats of Hinds County. It was founded in 1821 and was named after Andrew Jackson, a lawyer and general who became the 7th president of the United States. After a natural gas boom in the area, Jackson became the most populous city in Mississippi by the 1920s. As of 2021, the population of Jackson was estimated at 149,761 by the U.S. Census Bureau. Jackson encompasses just over 113 square miles, and it is the only capital city that sits on an extinct volcano, which lies 2,900 feet underground.
The economy in Jackson is driven primarily by several industries: processed food, metal products, electrical machinery and equipment, and agricultural products like poultry, livestock, and cotton, which are supported by the surrounding area. Most of Mississippi’s colleges are located in Jackson, including Jackson State University, Belhaven University, University of Mississippi Medical Center, Mississippi College School of Law, and others. The Jackson Public School District operates 60 schools and is responsible for about 30,000 students in the area.
Jackson is home to numerous museums and historic sites, including the Greenwood Cemetery, the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum, the Mississippi Museum of Natural Science, and the King Edward Hotel. There are 57 city parks and facilities in Jackson, encompassing a total of 2,300 acres of land. Some of the other top attractions in Jackson, MS include the Mississippi State Capitol, the Mississippi Museum of Art, the Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Museum, and LeFleur’s Bluff State Park. There is plenty to do outdoors and indoors, and visitors and residents can take in the city’s rich culture, live music, and wonderful cuisine.
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When you’ve been injured, you deserve a team that will go the distance for you. At Arnold & Itkin, we make it our mission to restore lives and demand justice. Every case we take on becomes personal to us. We care about your future and your recovery, and we will never settle for low-ball offers from the negligent party. We take our cases on a contingency fee, which means you don’t owe us anything unless we recover compensation for you. While we are building your case, we will take on the costs. That’s how committed we are to our clients. Whether you were injured in a car accident, explosion, or another type of accident, we are here to fight for your future.
Start with a free, no-obligation consultation to discuss your case and how our Jackson, MS personal injury firm can help. Call (888) 493-1629 or fill out our contact form.