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Matt Quinlivan Mississippi professional liability attorney

Matt Quinlivan


228 265 6993

Gulfport, MS

Matt Quinlivan practices in the firm’s Gulfport, Mississippi office focusing on litigation in both Alabama and Mississippi. His primary areas of practice include defense of claims for professional liability, banking, real estate agents and brokers, commercial general liability, catastrophic personal injury, workers' compensation, insurance first party claims including bad faith and fraud investigations, and general civil litigation.

Mr. Quinlivan also has experience with commercial transactions, estate planning, forming business entities, representing home owners' associations and quieting title to residential and commercial properties.

Mr. Quinlivan has obtained the dismissal of many claims brought against attorneys, insurance agents, brokers, and adjusters for claims of professional malpractice, breach of fiduciary duty, and negligent misrepresentations.  In addition to successful dismissals of claims, Mr. Quinlivan has given numerous presentations to attorneys, insurance companies that adjust their own claims, insurance claim adjusting firms and insurance producers throughout the southeast training them to avoid procurement or adjusting errors and instructing them on the proper course of action once an error claim arises.

Mr. Quinlivan served in the United States Marine Corps Reserve for six years, progressing from the rank of Private to Sergeant. He deployed to Iraq in 2003 where he served as an Infantryman in Operation Iraqi Freedom. 

Mr. Quinlivan is married with two sons. Both Mr. Quinlivan and his family enjoy shooting, hunting, fishing, and the outdoors in general.

"In March of 2003, General James N. Mattis reiterated the 1st Marine Divisions’ motto of ‘No Better Friend, No Worse Enemy’ in the closing of a letter to all Marines serving under his command in the First Marine Division just before the invasion of Iraq.  I vividly remember reading that letter from the General.  The motto served me well in Iraq and throughout my life since coming home.  Applying the motto to my practice, I cordially investigate each claim then present an intense and aggressive defense to obtain the best results for my clients.”
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