Corlew’s experience in mediation and litigating insurance claims include extensive trial work following the aftermath of Hurricane.
(PRWEB) June 13, 2013
A Pascagoula, Mississippi native and a graduate of the Ole Miss and University of Mississippi School of Law, Corlew’s mediation and litigation experience ranges from insurance law and general business to contract disputes and estate planning.
Corlew’s experience in mediation and litigating insurance claims include extensive trial work following the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. He has also successfully litigated other cases involving eminent domain, one of which resulted in having a Mississippi eminent domain statute overturned as unconstitutional. In addition to his extensive litigation expertise, Corlew is a trained mediator and arbitrator and has arbitrated and mediated multiple cases, leading to a successful resolution without litigation.
“I am deeply rooted in the community and understand the importance of attempting mediation, if possible, to resolve a dispute,” says Corlew, a father of three children and husband to Melanie Corlew. “My work within the community has taught me that disputes are best resolved through open communication between disputants—that’s what keeps people working together long after the dispute has been settled.”
Corlew is a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates and is currently serving as President of the Jackson County Bar Association. In addition to his work as an attorney and mediator, he also serves as a volunteer within his community. For more information, his website is http://www.CorlewLaw.com.