Prior to joining MW Law Firm PLLC - Mama Justice, I worked with Mama Justice herself, Missy McKinney Wigginton, for nearly 11 years. We both worked at a local firm in Tupelo, but when Missy founded her own firm, I knew I had to go with her.
Before working in personal injury law, I graduated from Warren Central High School in Vicksburg, MS and enrolled in the Army via its delayed enlistment program. I left for boot camp in 1992 and spent the next 5 years in the service. In 1997, I left the Army, got married, and was blessed as the mother of two boys. My children are now grown into men, and I have graduated from Itawamba Community College with an Associates in applied science. In 2016, I earned a Bachelor of Science in criminal justice from Ole Miss.
Throughout my career, which began when I moved to Tupelo in 2008, I have worked my way up from a receptionist to a paralegal. I enjoy working in personal injury law because I am compassionate and caring and because I love helping people. I try to do everything I can to ease some of the stress that clients and potential clients find themselves dealing with after they suffer from an injury or lose a family member.
I do my best to relate to clients on a personal level. I speak with everyone who comes into our office like I do my family and friends. I enjoy meeting with potential clients, taking on new clients, and making sure everyone feels comfortable speaking with me about their questions and concerns, When someone is dealing with a wreck, suffering from an injury, or dealing with family matters, I want them to have a sympathetic ear and a helpful legal team.
I truly believe they can find that here at MW Law Firm PLLC - Mama Justice.
Aside from working, I spend as much time with my family as possible. I also enjoy hunting, fishing, running and doing crafts, like quilting and crochet, whenever time permits.
When the opportunity arises, I take pleasure in volunteering. I participated in clean up after the tornado, and regularly help with various fundraisers for my church and community.
If you’d like to speak with me or Missy about your case, call the Mama Justice team at (662) 262-6264 or schedule your free consultation online.
- Itawamba Community College (A.S.)
- University of Mississippi (B.S.)