WLOX LawCallTM is a live, weekly, thirty-minute call-in show featuring a different legal topic and your legal questions.
We take your calls LIVE every Saturday at 10:30pm. Call us at (228) 896-0713 or 1-800-349-0713 during the show.
|LawCall Program Schedule|
5/25/2013 - Traffic Accidents
6/01/2013 - DUI
6/08/2013 - BP Update
6/15/2013 - Grandpa & the Law
|6/22/2013 - Summertime Injuries|
6/29/2013 - Dealing with Debt Collectors
|*This schedule of topics is subject to change.|
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Ken Flanagan is an award winning news reporter and PR practitioner. His broadcasting career started in Mobile, AL as a country radio DJ followed by jobs such as photojournalist, political TV reporter, and WLOX's Bureau Chief for Jackson and George Counties.
"Ever since I started my broadcast career, I wanted to provide information that would make people's lives better," Ken said.
Ken works as a public relations professional on the Coast as well as his work with WLOX LawCall. He cites Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath as his most challenging and rewarding work.
Jim Reeves is a Biloxi personal injury attorney best known for his high profile, high dollar cases. Jim has been counsel in more than 100 separate cases with a recovery of $1,000,000 or more.
He is an active member in the Harrison County, Alabama and Mississippi Bar Associations. He was elected to the Board of Governors of the Mississippi Association for Justice in 2002 and serves in the Leaders Forum.
He has often been called "the bulldog" by fellow lawyers because of his strong determination to fight for his clients and his strong, square features. Jim is the author of numerous legal articles and frequently lectures other lawyers and law students on the intricacies of handling complex civil cases.
Matthew Mestayer is both a full time personal injury attorney, and a City Judge in Ocean Springs. In his more than a decade as a judge, Matthew has been honored for his work with at-risk children and victims of domestic abuse.
Matthew has a unique perspective on personal injury cases, having worked for corporations and now exclusively for injured men and women and their families.
"I got into the law to help people," Matthew said. "Whether that is getting them medical treatment or money, I want to do what I can to get them back on their feet."
Matthew is married and the father of four children. He is the recipient of the 2004 Gulf Coast Judicial Award.
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