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Andrew Charles Burrell

Andrew C. Burrell, P.A.
  • Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation, Social Security Disability
  • Mississippi
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About Andrew
Been in Car wreck, On the Job injury or have a disability issue? Call us now, we are here to help?

Proudly serving South Mississippi for over 27 years. At our office we strive to keep our clients informed about their case and about the issues which will effect their case the most. We have an open door policy and your calls will be received professionally and you will speak with me when you call.

Outside of the office, I am have been involved with the Center for the Prevention of Child abuse and other charities and served on the Board of Directors for Westminster Academy and the Center. A member of Kiwanis service as president of the Biloxi chapter.

I also coach local softball teams and baseball and have won three state championships in softball.

Let our firm help you in your time of need.

Call now and make an appointment.

Practice Areas
Personal Injury
Animal & Dog Bites, Brain Injury, Car Accidents, Construction Accidents, Motorcycle Accidents, Premises Liability, Truck Accidents, Wrongful Death
Workers' Compensation
Social Security Disability
Fees
  • Free Consultation
    All fees are contingent fees. We only collect if we are successful. Social security fees are 25% of past due benefits Work compensation claims are on a 25% of total recovery a Personal injury claim are 33% of total recovery
  • Contingent Fees
    All fees are contingent fees. We only collect if we are successful. Social security fees are 25% of past due benefits Work compensation claims are on a 25% of total recovery a Personal injury claim are 33% of total recovery
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
Mississippi
The Mississippi Bar
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5th Circuit
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Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Attorney
Andrew C. Burrell, P.A.
- Current
Attorney
Robert Gambrell P.A.
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Education
Mississippi College School of Law
J.D. (1993)
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Mississippi State University
B.A. (1990) | Accounting
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Professional Associations
The Mississippi Bar  # 9575
Member
Current
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ABA
member
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Mississippi Assoc Of Justice
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American Assoc of Justice
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Websites & Blogs
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Legal Answers
15 Questions Answered
Q. How much will child support take out my personal injury settlement in Ms
A: The answer is depends. First, how much are you getting in the settlement and how much do you owe in support. Based on the basic law in Mississippi, the DHS will want to recover as much as possible. If the child support lien can be fully satisfied while you still make any recovery, they will request full reimbursement. IF they cannot collect full funds, then they will listen to a reduced amount. If you have an attorney you should speak to them directly and get them working on a possible reduction. The amount and reduction may also be impacted on if the support is actually owed in Mississippi or from another state.
Q. Found a roach on my sandwich from a restaurant. Is this a law suite?
A: The short answer is possibly. In Mississippi, you have to prove damages, how and what are you damages. Did you go to the hospital, do you have some type of injury. While is a horrible event, without damages there is no claim. You need to speak to an attorney who handles such claims to see what your rights are toward this matter.
Q. Where is the law in the State of Mississippi that you have to provide a recorded statement to a claim adjuster ?
A: While it is not required to provide a statement in a work injury claim to a claim adjustor. It usually occurs to help conclude the investigation of the report injury and claim. This is done because often the employer has not reported enough about the claim or the events leading to the injury for the adjuster to make the proper decision as toward acceptance or denial of the claim. You should contact a local attorney who handles workers compensation claims to determine if the statement should be given and what your rights are in such cases.
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Andrew C. Burrell, P.A. Attorneys at Law
1643 East Pass Road Suite A
Gulfport, MS 39531