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    April 1st, 2011
    Jay Foster
    1019 Legion Lane
    Ocean Springs, Mississippi  39564
    Telephone: 228-872-6000 (Ocean Springs)
    Telephone: 228-435-3000 (Biloxi)
    Telephone: 601-583-5000 (Hattiesburg)
    Fax: 228-875-6687

     

    You can call my office at any of the above numbers.

    But, I don’t recommend you call me or any lawyer about your injuries until you read my book.

     

    I’ve written four books about Mississippi injuries.  The books are FREE for you.  Click on the links below to get the books and read more about them:
     
     

    ***  Top 5 Mistakes That Can Destroy Your Mississippi Worker’s Compensation Case.

     

    ***  Top 5 Mistakes That Can Wreck Your Mississippi Longshore Case.

    BEFORE You Hire A Lawyer (including BEFORE you try to hire me!). . .

    BEFORE You Talk To the Insurance Company. . .Read my books FIRST!

    And if you have been in a car wreck in Gulfport, Pascagoula or anywhere else in Mississippi, you really should read on. . .

     

    As I said, I’m Jay Foster.

     

    You can read more about me by clicking on my name above.

     

    So why hire me?
    I reveal secrets in my book that lawyers and insurance companies don’t want you to know, such as:

     

    * You May Not Need A Lawyer

     

    * Insurance Companies Just Want A Recorded Statement – Should You Do it?

    **So what are you waiting for?  Get my FREE book now.

    **You get my FREE Book at NO obligation to you at all.

    **You get my guarantee that if I am the right lawyer for you (after you read my book), you will still get my 34 Tips For Handling Your Own Case Without A Lawyer.

    Ocean Springs Personal Injury Lawyer Jay Foster Reviews

    I’m On A Mission!

    Just enter your information in the contact boxes below on this page.

    Even if you want to talk with me about your injury, don’t do so UNTIL you have read my book.

    I may not be the right lawyer for you and your case may not be one that I take.  You need to read my book first before you hire any lawyer and that includes me!

    If you want to know more about me just click on Jay Foster Car Wreck & Worker’s Compensation Lawyer.

    I was born here.

    I was raised here.

    I am raising my kids here.

    I have five kids! 

    As to trusting lawyers, again, I know it is difficult.

    I don’t trust MOST of them either.

    But, the great thing is, you don’t have to believe me, there are client testimonials all over my website about how I helped people with their Pascagoula workers comp accident or their Gulfport Car Wreck.

    Here is one testimonial from client, Melvin Lonberger, who is from Moss Point, Mississippi.

    He was injured in a Workers Comp accident in Pascagoula.

    Just click on the highlighted link above to watch his video.

    But, again, even if you were in a car wreck or hurt at work and want to talk with me, do yourself a favor and read my book first.

    It will help you decide if you really need a lawyer (believe or not, you may not need a lawyer – lawyers are probably not happy about me saying that!) and it will help you decide if you really need me.

    Again, I may not be the right lawyer for your case depending upon what happened to you.

    Lawyers Tried To Ban My Books

    Yes, it’s true.

    Lawyers have tried to ban my books.

    They don’t want you to have the information in these books.

    Why?

    Because my books REVEAL SECRETS that lawyers and insurance companies don’t want you to know.

    I went through an enormous battle with these lawyers to keep these books on the market.

    It cost me a lot of time, money, and heartache.

    It was completely and totally ridiculous.

    I thought banning books went out of style with Hitler.

    Apparently, I was wrong when it comes to lawyers.

    So, if you are just looking for information, I will send you the book for free.

    Read the book for your particular accident BEFORE you do anything else.

    Again, the information contained in these books is CRUCIAL for you to know.

    P.S.  Don’t forget, Read My Book First BEFORE You Hire A Lawyer (including BEFORE You Try To Hire Me!)

    P.P.S.  I do NOT ever share your information with anyone.  I HATE spam as much as you do.  Obviously, I must have your information to send you the book.  But, trusting lawyers is like trusting used car salesman.  So, if you don’t want to give me your information, stop by my Ocean Springs Office and just ask for a copy of the book.  You’ll get it for free – no questions asked.

    So fill out the form below to get your FREE Book!

     

     

    Jay Foster – Mississippi Car Wreck, Trucking Accident, And Workers Comp Lawyer When you need help, remember, as Jay and Jay’s children say, “Get Justice, Get Jay Foster.”™   “For Justice, Call My Daddy Now.”™



    11 Responses to Contact Us

    1. JOHNNY FORTENBERRY says:

      I was injuried at work May 11th 2015. I have a herniated disc L2-3.Chose my own Dr. and he has been very conservative with my treatment.I have not worked since the accident and was just sent this past Wed.for an epidural injection.
      I read your book but still have alot of questions.I have received payment from workers comp.at this time but my company also made me go on FMLA and use my sick leave and vacation time even though it was workers comp.Is this correct? My next appt. with my DR.is July 20th.What happens if he releases me to go back to work and this disc herniates more or completely ruptures?I have had back surgery in the past but its all below this area of my back.I believe workers comp has payed me correctly up till now but I don’t understand why I had to use my sick and vacation time up while on workers comp.Just very worried about a lot of future things with my job.I work as a Medical Technologist and an X-ray tech,so my job requires a lot of bending and lifting.
      I would appreciate any help if you think you can help.
      Thank You,
      Johnny Fortenberry (Phone# 601-731-4888
      PS: I work and live in Columbia,Ms.

    2. C. Smith says:

      A question for Mr. Foster regarding my worker’s compensation claim.
      I am a nurse at a major mississippi hospital, i injured my back and hip on the job. I have an active worker’s comp claim with the hospital. I have seen the hospital’s in house occupational clinic m.d. I was referred by this m.d. to see a specialist m.d. at MS sports medicine. The m.d. at MS sports medicine has referred me to see another specialist m.d., a physiatrist. My question: I have seen a chiropractor for a few weeks without a referral between my visits with the m.d.’s, should worker’s comp be responsible for backpaying me for the cost of seeing a chiropractor? I spoke to the claim handler before i saw the chiropractor, and he did not directly tell me that they would not pay for me to see the chiro but he gave me the impression that i would have to eat the cost if i saw the chiro so in my best interest i saw a well reviewed chiro. I did make some improvement with my injury while seeing the chiro. Further more chiropractic care is recognized as a successful, cost effective conservative avenue for treating back and hip injuries. I feel workers comp should be responsible for some of the chiro cost,especially if it improved my condition.
      Thank you in advance for your response.

      • Jay says:

        Hi,

        First, let me say that I’m sorry this happened to you. I’ve been injured myself and I know it is not fun and how stressful it is.

        The general answer is you must have the referral and follow the chain of referrals.

        I’m going to need some more information to answer that though because I think I can find a way around the problem.

        Call us so we can ask a few questions about that and see if we can’t guide you through this.

    3. Kim Harper says:

      Please send me your WORKMANS comp book.

      • Jay says:

        I’m sorry. We are having a problem with our website right now. I apologize for that. They are working on the problem.

      • Jay says:

        Hi, it works now, just click on the worker’s compensation book at the top of any page on my website and then scroll down to the bottom of the page and put your information in. Because of your trouble with getting the book, we’ll give you a discount if we take your case.

    4. Kim Harper says:

      I’m not sure if this site is working properly, maybe it because I’m on my mobile and not desktop. Please send me your book.

    5. Kim Harper says:

      No, I didn’t receive the book on Workers Comp. I’ve tried several times.

    6. Roy Hill says:

      Got a couple of questions I got hurt on the job Jan10th of this year 2017 I’m getting paid and my Dr. visits are doing well, I got to have a fusion done on my L5-S1 and my workers comp case manager told me that if I’m out past July 8th I have to start using my LTD Ins I have with the company and that would make my pay be 60% but it will allow for all my medical and dental Ins contenou Also do you think this might be a good case to Hire a Lawyer

      • Jay says:

        Hi,

        If you are having that serious of a surgery, I would suggest you get a lawyer. I hope your surgery goes okay. Thanks for contacting us and if you have any other questions, just let us know.

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