Prior to forming Kitchens Law Firm, P.A., brothers Dan and John Kitchens worked as associate attorneys at the Jackson, Mississippi law firm of Kitchens & Ellis. The brothers formed Kitchens Law Firm after their father, Jim Kitchens, was elected to the Mississippi Supreme Court in 2008.
Kitchens Law Firm maintains a staff of well-trained and courteous professional assistants, several of whom have been with the firm for many years. Although our practice focuses on representing other Mississippians, we have been honored to handle cases for out-of-state clients who have been injured while visiting Mississippi.
Kitchens Law Firm was honored to be named as one of the Top10 Pro Bono Firms of the Year by the Mississippi Volunteer Lawyers Project (2012) and as a Friend of the New Lawyers Division of the Mississippi Association for Justice (2013).
Kitchens Law Firm is located in one of the oldest buildings in Crystal Springs. The now more than 100-year-old structure began its life as a packing shed, where farmers brought produce to be crated and loaded onto railcars. The shed was renovated in 1960 by Lloyd and Edith Kitchens, who operated Kitchens Wholesale Company from the building. The building was saved from demolition in 2003 by three of Lloyd and Edith's grandchildren, Matt, Dan and John Kitchens. The building, which is known in the Kitchens Family simply as "the Wholesale," has since undergone renovations to accommodate the law firm's needs, but without diminishing the building's unique historical significance.
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