Successfully advocating for clients for more than 35 years
When facing a complex legal issue, your choice of attorney can make all the difference in your case. And at the Starkville, Mississippi law office of Charles T. Yoste, you can rest assured knowing that your problems are being handled by an effective veteran with your best interests in mind. Attorney Yoste has been taking on personal injury, criminal law and child custody cases throughout Oktibbeha, Winston, Lowndes and Clay Counties for more than 35 years, and in that time he has used his extensive knowledge of the law and his passion for his clients to give them the high-quality legal representation that their cases deserve.
An experienced firm focused on results:
At the office of Charles T. Yoste, your case will receive:
Experienced representation The most important qualification that an attorney can have is experience. And at the law office of Charles T. Yoste, you will get the benefit of a sharp legal mind who has been practicing law for more than 35 years. This gives him the ability to find effective solutions to your problems that other less-experienced attorneys are not able to discern.
A commitment to client satisfaction Attorney Yoste is devoted to his clients. Everyone who comes through his doors will receive the benefit of his substantial knowledge and resources on their case. This client-oriented mindset has earned him a reputation for excellence over the years, including an AV Preeminent Peer Review Rating by Martindale-Hubbell, the highest recognition possible in the legal industry, for his professionalism and ethics.
Dedication to community Attorney Yoste is a lifelong resident of Mississippi who takes immense pride in upholding the state's laws. He is also heavily involved in the community, having served as a former president of the Chamber of Commerce and a congressional candidate in 1980.
Areas of practice:
Attorney Charles T. Yoste handles cases regarding:
Personal injury If you or a loved one has been the victim of a personal injury because of someone else's negligence, Attorney Yoste can help you recover the compensation you deserve.
Criminal law Attorney Yoste can assist you in any area of criminal law if you have been charged with a crime in Mississippi.
Child custody Attorney Yoste uses his experience with child custody cases to make sure that your children are brought up in a safe and positive environment.
P.O. Box 80288
Starkville MS 39759
Charles Yoste will represent your Family legal matters.
-General Civil Litigation
Mississippi; U.S. District, Northern and Southern Districts of Mississippi;
U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit; U.S. Supreme Court
Law School:University of Mississippi, J.D.
Member: The Mississippi Bar; Mississippi Association for Justice (Member, Board of Governors, 19881993); American College of Barristers; International Academy of Litigators; American Association for Justice; National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers; Mississippi Top 100 Trial Lawyers
Biography: Phi Alpha Delta. City Attorney, City of Starkville, 19791985. Municipal Judge Pro Tem, 1981. Fellow: Mississippi Bar Foundation
Born: Vicksburg, Mississippi November 11, 1948
Military Service: Captain, U.S. Army, 19711973
General Civil Trial in all State and Federal Courts
-Personal Injury Law
-Bad Faith Insurance Law
Cases: Simpson v. Boyd, 880 So.2d 1047 (Miss 2004); Yoste v. Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., 822 So.2d 935 (Miss 2002); Oktibbeha County Dep't. of Human Services v. N.G., 782 So.2d 1226 (Miss 2001); Woodard v. Turnipseed, 784 So.2d 239 (COA Miss 2001); Upchurch v. Rotenberry, 761 So.2d 199 (Miss 2000); Grant v. State, 788 So.2d 815 (COA Miss 2001); Jordan v. State, 763 So2d 935 (COA Miss 2000); Johnson v. Diversified Health Services 735 So.2d 1051 (COA Miss 1999); Jordan v. McKenna, 573 So2 1371; Fulton v. City of Starkville, 645 So2 910; Aetna Casualty v. Williams, 623 So2 1005; In Re, Jordan, 151 B.R. 373; Holloman v. Holloman, 691 So.2d 897 (Miss 1996); Hunt v. Coker, 741 So.2d. 1011 (COA Miss 1999); Dawson v. Townsend, 741 So2d 1131 (COA Miss 1999); Hays v. Minn. Mining & MFG. Co., 691 So2d 1038 (COA Miss 1996); Boydstun v. Reed, 281 B.R. 840 (Bkrtcy. N.D. Miss 1998); Ball v. U.S.F.G., 696 F. Supp. 1117 (N.D. Miss 1988); In Re, Jordan 190 B.R. 549 (Bkrtcy N.D. Miss 1995); In Re, Gassaway 28 B.R. 842 (Bkrtcy N.D. Miss 1983); Statham v. Miller, 988 So2d 407 (COA Miss 2008)
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