Leaders in Law endorses Harry McCumber as our exclusively recommended Personal Injury Law expert in Mississippi, USA. If you wish to get in touch with Harry please use the contact information provided above.
Harry M. McCumber was born and raised in Hollywood, Florida. He received his undergraduate degree with honors from Nova Southeastern University in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, where he was a member of Alpha Chi National College Honor Society, a designation for students in the top 10 percent of their major. Mr. McCumber lettered in cross-country all four years and was a perennial scholar-athlete in the NAIA Florida Sun Conference. In 1994, he moved to Jackson, Mississippi, to attend law school at Mississippi College School of Law. While in law school, Mr. McCumber interned with the Hinds County, Mississippi Public Defender’s Office. Upon earning his Juris Doctorate degree in 1997, he has been exclusively practicing personal injury law for the past 19 years.
In 2016, Mr. McCumber joined Morgan & Morgan and presently focuses on premises liability/negligent security cases. He takes pride in representing innocent victims against insurance companies, large corporations and other powerful entities that want to deny his clients fair treatment for their injuries.
Mr. McCumber is licensed to practice law in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, the United States District Courts in the Northern and Southern Districts of Mississippi, the Supreme Court of Mississippi, the Mississippi Court of Appeals, and all Mississippi State Courts. He is a member of the American Bar Association, Capital Area Bar Association, and the Madison County Bar Association.
Mr. McCumber has two sons, Nicholas and Adrian, and enjoys coaching their baseball, basketball and soccer teams. He attends St. Richard’s Catholic Church in Jackson, Mississippi.
- Personal Injury
- Premises Liability
- American Bar Association
- Capital Area Bar Association
- Madison County Bar Association
- Mississippi Association for Justice, Board of Governors
- Nova Southeastern University
- Mississippi College School of Law
You should never settle for less than you deserve. The price for pain is infinite, and that’s why we will fight for full and fair compensation for you. At Morgan & Morgan, we try more cases than any other law firm in the country. Some law firms never go to court, and many haven’t had a verdict in years. They’ll take the last best offer—even if the case is worth 100 times that. Not us. Morgan & Morgan has over 700 attorneys who aren’t afraid to go to trial for your rights and compensation.
Because we try more cases than any other firm in the country, we never settle a case for less than full value. You know why? Because the insurance companies know that if they DON’T settle, we’ll see them in court.
The first line of communication between you and the firm will be with one of our receptionists who refer clients to the Case Control Department. There, one of over 100 full-time team members will ask you some initial questions regarding your potential claim. The interview will generally last between 15 and 30 minutes.
The next step is to make an appointment for a sign-up interview. We are willing to work around your schedule. If it is inconvenient for you to meet us in one of our office locations, we will travel to your home, work, or the medical facility where you or your loved one has been hospitalized. Since we employ more than 25 full-time field service investigators, someone should be able to meet with you within a day or two. In situations where time is of the essence, we are often able to send an investigator out within 24 hours.
After you have completed the preliminary interview process, you will be directed to the appropriate department. For example, if you have been involved in a car accident, you will be referred to an attorney who deals in car accident disputes. Once your claim reaches the proper department, its validity will be evaluated by one of five department heads. The department head then decides which attorney within that unit is the best fit for your case. Typically, a client will be assigned an attorney, legal assistant, and a paralegal (for all workers’ compensation, first party, and negligence cases) within a week of initial contact.