General Civil Litigation

General Civil Litigation


Civil litigation refers to the legal course of a lawsuit. Civil litigation covers a variety of claims  including debt collection, personal injury, business disputes, breach of contract and real estate litigation.

Collection of Debts

When debtors fail to make loan payments that they agreed to, it sometimes becomes necessary to take legal action in order to protect your rights. At Greer Law Firm, PLLC, we help South Mississippi businesses, banks,  and creditors collect debts through a number of legal processes.


Personal Injury

A personal injury is an injury that occurs due to another party’s negligence or wrongdoing. Often, these injuries can be catastrophic. Our attorneys take these cases to achieve just compensation for injured people and their loved ones.


Business Dispute Litigation

We represent clients in many different industries in prosecuting and defending claims in a wide variety of complex business disputes and litigation, which often involve claims made for breach of contract, as well as business tort and intellectual property claims, such as fraud, breach of fiduciary duty and improper, unauthorized use of confidential information, trademarks and trade secrets.


Breach of Contract

Greer Law Firm, PLLC handles business litigation disputes that include claims for breach of contract and contract provisions, including manufacturing and production agreements, executive employment agreements, confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements, corporate and partnership agreements, investment contracts and brokerage agreements, licensing contracts, insurance agreements, sales contracts, and oil and gas production agreements and retail sales contracts.


Real Estate Litigation

Real estate law encompasses all legal action and regulations related to the rights of buying, selling, using, and owning a piece of property, including boundary dispute, easement rights, quiet title, etc. These laws also govern interest in the property and relationships among the buyers/sellers/owners/renters.