Rogen K. Chhabra – Lawyer Of The Year

lawyer of the year Rogen Chhabra
Congratulations to Rogen K. Chhabra who was named Mississippi College School of Law 2019 Lawyer of the Year, for outstanding lifetime achievement in the legal community. Rogen K. Chhabra was born in Seattle, Washington and raised in Meridian, Mississippi. He currently resides in Madison, Mississippi. Rogen attended Millsaps College and graduated Cum Laude in 1995 with a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics....

JUUL Teen Addiction and Lawsuits

Juul Lawsuit
Smoking e-cigarettes has greatly spiked in popularity in the past few years and it is negatively impacting the youth in United States of America. One of the most popular companies taking advantage of this is JUUL. JUUL has deceived smokers into believing that e-cigarettes are a safe alternative to quitting and also has deceived non-smokers, especially teenagers into believing...

Congrats to Caroline Boyd

Caroline Boyd
Chhabra & Gibbs, P.A. is pleased to announce our most recent addition to our law firm, Associate Attorney Caroline Boyd. Caroline started with our law firm in 2009 and went on to become a Personal Injury and trial paralegal for Attorneys Darryl M. Gibbs and Rogen K. Chhabra as well as assisting Associate Attorney Ashley Hendricks Duck. She also worked as a law clerk with the...

Defective Combat Earplugs

3M Defective Earplugs
Combat Arms Earplugs made by 3M allegedly have a dangerous design that can cause them to loosen while being worn. This defect can allow dangerous sounds to enter the ear canal and cause hearing damage, one of the largest ongoing medical problems facing soldiers today. From the year 2003 until 2015, thousands of military members used 3M’s Combat Arms...

Can You Help My Detained Friend Get Parole From A Detention Center?

Can You Help My Detained Friend Get Parole From A Detention Center?   A detainee at the South Texas Detention Center in Pearsall, TX needed representation in securing parole. Parole had already been submitted and denied twice, and the Deportation Officer didn’t appear likely to consider parole again for this client. Through persistence, the Deportation Officer agreed to consider parole for...