Burks Rogers

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Areas of Practice 1) Chancery Practice, 2) Commercial Real Estate, 3) Collections, 4) Banks and Banking, 5) Bank Foreclosures, 6) Contracts, 7) Personal Injury, 8) Accidents, 9) Automobile Accidents and Injuries, 10) Bodily Injury, 11) Leases and Leasing, 12) Corporate Law and 13) Medical Malpractice
Education University of Mississippi (B.B.A., International B
Most recent firm Holcomb Chaffin & Rogers, P.C.
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