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Jackson Water Crisis

Jackson Water Crisis

Once again Jackson, Mississippi has made National News over their water issues. In a press conference Monday, Governor Tate Reeves announced the Jackson water crisis has reached a new level as Jackson residents will soon lose water to their homes, “It means the city cannot produce enough water to fight fires, to reliably flush toilets and to meet other critical needs,” and for those in the city that still have water he warns them not to drink it. Governor Reeves said that the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency will be distributing water to the 180,000 residents affected by the Jackson water crisis....

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Geico Class Action Lawsuit

Geico Class Action Lawsuit Mississippi

CHHABRA GIBBS & HERRINGTON PLLC FILES CLASS ACTION LAWSUIT AGAINST GEICO FOR COVID-RELATED AUTO INSURANCE PREMIUMS. On June 4, 2021, Plaintiff Richard Rose, represented by Chhabra Gibbs & Herrington PLLC, filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of all Mississippi residents against GEICO General Insurance Company, et al. (“GEICO”) for overcharging for automobile insurance during the pandemic. In response to the coronavirus outbreak in early 2020, Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves issued state-at-home and/or shelter-in-place orders that resulted in a drastic reduction in automobile travel on Mississippi roads and highways. Because of that drop off in travel, there were fewer auto accidents. Therefore,...

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ICE Opens 3 New Detention Centers

CG Immigration Team Attorney, Marshall Goff was able to speak with reporter Noah Lanard from Mother Jones about ICE opening three new detention centers recently with money it has not been given even after Congress rejected the request for more detention money. One of these three detention centers are located in Adams County, MS – right before the entrance to Natchez, MS. This particular detention center was known for its 2012 riot, which left one guard dead and more than a dozen people injured. Although ICE has still not finalized its contract for the Adams County Prison, Marshall and the...

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