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Accidental Injuries


What Can You Recover After An Accident?

What does "fair" mean? Whether you suffered a back injury at work or broken bones in a car accident, you may be entitled to compensation for more than your current medical bills and property damage. You may also be able to recover money for the following:

  • Future medical expenses related to your injury
  • Pain and suffering/emotional damages
  • Lost wages
  • Travel expenses (to your doctor's office)
  • Permanent impairment
  • Loss of a loved one's companionship (in fatal accident cases)

The amount of money you can receive will depend on the facts of your case, but we will put our full effort into helping you get the money you need to begin the healing process for you and your loved ones.

Experience Matters In Personal Injury And Workers' Comp

At our law firm, it's about you and helping you find relief during a difficult time. We care deeply about our clients and their success. But we know that it takes more than compassion to get you the money you deserve. It takes experience.

Experience is often the difference between a lawyer who settles an injury claim and one who tries a case. In fact, experience is the reason why many lawyers shy away from workers' compensation claims altogether. Workers' compensation cases can be technical and difficult, and you need an attorney that can help you during those difficult times.

With extensive trial experience in both personal injury and workers' compensation, our attorney, Joseph ("Jody") Neyman is ready to take your case head-on. Jody has represented insurance companies, small business owners, local governments, and injured people. He has seen injury cases from all sides and will prepare your case accordingly.

DUI Defense

Defense For People Charged With DUI And Other Criminal Offenses

There is no need for shame if you have been charged with drunk driving. It can happen to almost anyone. Even people who have never drunk alcohol have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI) after consuming legally prescribed medications.

More often, DUI (also known as DWI, driving while intoxicated) charges are the result of temporary lapses in judgment. Drinking and driving are not illegal, but driving under the influence of alcohol is. That state of being is challenging for police and prosecutors to define and prove just as it is for drivers to contest.


"Everyone knows you shouldn't drink and drive, but 'once in a blue moon' is all it takes to get a DUI charge."

Jody Neyman

DUI defense attorney

Fortunately for some first-time offenders, a DUI case may be resolved with no resulting criminal record.

Find out if your case may qualify by contacting Neyman Law Firm, PLLC. Experienced defense lawyer Joseph D. Neyman Jr. zealously and skillfully pursues the best outcomes attainable for individuals charged with first time DUI and repeat offense charges. We also handle a variety of criminal matters including charges of theft, domestic violence, other forms of assault, and other offenses throughout the Memphis area.

Will & Probate

It is often said that the two sure things in life are death and taxes.

Almost no one likes to think about death, but realistic and practical financial planning must include end-of-life planning. Estate planning is simply an extension of lifelong financial management. Careful planning can reduce expenses — including taxes — and facilitate a smooth transition of assets after a death in the family. Don't forget to update your estate plan after a divorce or other changes in the family.

The most basic plan concerning your assets after death is designation of how they should be distributed. A will allows you to make that decision. Without a will, the state will distribute your assets according to state law — not necessarily as you would have wished.


Why You Need A Will Regardless Of Your Age Or Stage In Life

Obviously, everyone should have a will. If you die without a will, your family or other beneficiaries will face costly, time-consuming, and unnecessary obstacles and legal processes. By creating a will and updating it regularly, you have the opportunity to help your family or whoever takes care of your estate. If you have minor children, you can designate a guardian or guardians for them in your will.

Other Components Of Estate Planning

Well-thought-out estate planning includes components besides a will. In addition to a will, you should have a health care directive and powers of attorney. Some people also incorporate trusts in their wills.

At Neyman Law Firm, PLLC, in Hernando, Mississippi, you will find an attentive lawyer who can walk you through the process of creating or updating a will to:

  • Prevent family disputes over your assets after death
  • Help those who care for you in your final days
  • Preserve assets as they transfer to the next generation
  • Inform a court of your choice for a guardian or guardians of your children, if both parents should pass away while they are still underage

Estate Administration

Perhaps you are the one responsible for carrying out the wishes of a family member who died recently. As the executor or personal representative of the estate, you have responsibilities. Attorney Joseph D. Neyman Jr. can guide you through the probate and estate administration process. He can ensure that you fulfill your obligations in an accurate and timely manner aimed at releasing the proceeds of the estate as soon as possible with all necessary steps completed correctly.

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