Luckey & Mullins, PLLC
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The law office of Luckey & Mullins is committed to delivering outstanding service to individuals and small businesses throughout the personal injury litigation process. This has allowed our office, through the use of modern, state-of-the-art resources and a dedicated and knowledgeable staff, to be able to recover over $200 million on behalf of our clients to date and receive record setting verdicts like Cosey v. Bullard, et al. Hence, we are able to remain on the cutting edge of personal injury litigation and represent thousands of clients while also maintaining professional and personal relationships with them.
Steve W. Mullins
Steve W. Mullins grew up on the Mississippi Gulf Coast and is a 1983 graduate of Ocean Springs High School where he was active in football and student government. He later attended the University of Mississippi and received his BBA in Business Management in 1987 and his MBA in 1989, both with high honors. He also received a Juris Doctorate degree from Louisiana State University in 1993. Steve is licensed to practice law in Mississippi, Louisiana and Alabama.
Steve is married to the former Jennifer Finney of Shreveport, Louisiana, and has two (2) children: Wright and Anne Carter, who are both students at St. Paul's Episcopal School in Mobile, AL. Steve is active in all aspects of his children's lives and can often be seen coaching various sporting events or helping with Boy Scout events.
He is actively involved in our political system, having served as campaign manager and political consultant for numerous candidates. He is an active outdoorsman and advocate for conservation and environmental issues, having served as Chairman of the Board and President of CCA of Mississippi and having been involved with numerous other conservation organizations such as Ducks Unlimited and the Nature Conservancy.
Steve is also an active member of the Mississippi Bar and the Mississippi Association for Justice and has been elected President of the Jackson County Bar Association and is the President-elect of the Mississippi Association for Justice and has served the Mississippi Bar on numerous committees and has been an invited speaker at the Professionalism program sponsored by the Bar at both the University of Mississippi Law School and the Mississippi College Law School.
The majority of Steve's practice is dedicated to complex litigation including, toxic torts, product liability, asbestos, silica, toxic mold and construction defects. He is a frequent speaker on these topics. His clients consist almost exclusively of small businesses and individuals. He has represented thousands of people in various toxic mold cases and silica and asbestos processing throughout Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas. Steve has represented dozens of individuals against insurance companies for their Hurricane Katrina claims and tried one of the most important cases in that litigation which had a successful outcome in the Miss. Federal Court styled Webster vs. USAA. In the Webster case, the jury found the damages were caused 100% by wind and returned a million dollar plus verdict in favor of the homeowners.
Admitted to Practice:
Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana State and Federal Courts and 5th Circuit Court of Appeals
Honors & Awards:
Elected to Phi Kappa Phi, Mortar Board, Omicron Delta Kappa, Alpha Lamba Delta, Phi Eta Sigma, Lamba Sigma, Gamma Beta Sigma, Delta Sigma Pi, Golden Key, Greek Century, George Dubois Award, Forrest Mobley Award in Business, Solon E. Summerfield Award, University Scholarship, MCCA Fellowship, Chevron USA Fellowship, Who's Who at Ole Miss, Flory Trial champion (Mock Trial - 1993)
Publications and Presentations:
Author: "Prosecuting Mold Claims", Sterling Education Services, LLC, Water Intrusion & Mold Claims Seminar, Biloxi, Mississippi, February 24, 2004.
Author: "Anatomy of A Toxic Mold Case", Changes in the Legal Profession Seminar, Casino Magic Hotel, Biloxi, Mississippi, August 22, 2003.
Author: "Moldy Issues - Screening, Analyzing and Reviewing Potential Mold Cases, ATLA Litigating Toxic Mold Cases, Phoenix, Arizona, October 10-11, 2003.
Author: "Mold: Where We Have Been and Where We Are Going", ATLA Teleseminar on Toxic Mold, What You Need to Know to Handle a Mold Case, April 15, 2003.
Author: "Analysis of a Personal Injury Toxic Mold Case", ATLA 2003 Annual Convention, San Francisco, California, and ATLA's Litigating Toxic Mold Cases, The Pointe Hilton Tapatio Cliffs Resort, Phoenix, Arizona October 10-11, 2003.
Speaker: "Testing Protocols and Techniques from a Litigation Perspective", Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association Introductory Mold Seminar, Grand Casino, Gulfport, April 25, 2003
Speaker: "The Hot Legal Issues in Toxic Mold Litigation", Screening, Reviewing, and Evaluating Potential Mold Cases, ATLA Litigating Toxic Mold Seminar, Hilton, Chicago, June 6-7, 2003.
Moderator: Beyond the Basics, Construction Defects Litigation, ATLA Annual Convention, July 3-7, 2004, Boston.
Panel member: "Mold Litigation: Beyond the Basics II", Harris Martin Publishing; Interactive panel discussion.
Speaker: "Anatomy of a Mold Case", Miss. Summer School for Lawyers, July, 2005.
Speaker: "It's Hard to Say Goodbye to Yesterday: Multiple Defendants, Joinder, Venue, Severance", with Meade Mitchell, Esquire, of Jackson, MS
Author: Two articles for Miss. Bar and Voire Dire Magazines
Co-Author: ATLA Toxic Mold Litigation Packet for January, 2003
Speaker: ATLA Telephonic Conference and Toxic Mold Litigation, 2004
Speaker: "What Does the Future Hold?", Miss. Silica Litigation, Harris Martin Publishing, 2006.
Speaker: "Mangialardi and How It Has Changed the Miss. Litigation Landscape"
Speaker: "Current & Emerging Issues in Silica Litigation", Harris Martin Publishing National Plaintiff & Defense Silica Conference Update in Litigation, 2004
Speaker: "Preparing a Winning Silica Case, Miss. Jurisdictional Update", Harris Martin Publishing National Seminar in New Orleans, LA, 2004
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