Michael Prestia, attorney, gives each client personal attention and cares that you will receive proper medical care before you settle your case. Our commitments to the people we serve:

  • We provide high-quality representation and work with clients Physicians to determine the prognosis;
  • We will work with the client and the client’s family to obtain the compensation necessary for current and future medical problems;
  • We encourage you to get the medical treatment you need, and to continue that treatment as long as necessary.
  • We will investigate the accident, talk to witnesses, and review all accident reports.
  • Our law firm and medical experts will review the medical records to determine the extent of your injury and the prognosis for recovery.
  • We will monitor your progress throughout your treatment and work closely with your doctors to obtain the information about your diagnosis and prognosis.
  • We will spend the time and resources necessary to assure you receive fair compensation – including taking your case to trial if necessary.
  • We will carefully review your medical reports and bills so that we can properly assess your damages that you have occurred past, present, and future.
  • We will not settle your claim unless we know the full extent of your medical injuries.
  • We do everything necessary to protect our clients’ rights, including going to trial.
  • We communicate effectively so clients are informed about and involved in their cases.


Our personal injury law firm represents clients who have been injured by negligence or in an accident:

  • Traffic Accidents: Representing injured victims and the families of wrongful death victims of car accidents,Bicycle accidents, truck accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, and drunk driving accidents,Bicycle assault.
  • Other Accidents: Representing people who have been injured by dangerous premises and defective products.
  • Professional Negligence: Representing victims of stockbroker malpractice and fraud.

We represent bicyclist assaulted on their bikes against individuals throwing objects at cyclist

Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour signed SB 3014 “The John Paul Frerer Bicycle Safety Act”. This “Bicycle Safety Law” includes a “three foot” passing requirement and other important changes to Mississippi law.