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  • Lee Gladden

  • A Cleveland, Mississippi native, Lee Gladden achieved his undergraduate degree in accounting from Delta State University in 1999, where he was a member of the college golf team. In 2002, he graduated from Mississippi College School of Law and has been actively practicing law in Mississippi since then. Mr. Gladden obtained his private pilot's certificate in 2007 and obtained his instrument rating in 2009. Mr. Gladden regularly flies for both business and pleasure.

    Over the last 17 years, Mr. Gladden has had the opportunity to handle cases ranging from motor vehicle accidents and premises liability claims to complex litigation involving catastrophic injuries and multiple deaths as well as aviation enforcement actions before the NTSB.

    Mr. Gladden has had the unique opportunity to travel throughout the country representing insurance companies in large loss litigation involving both liquid petroleum house explosions and multi-vehicle accidents involving semi tractor-trailers. Most recently, Mr. Gladden was retained to represent an excess insurer for a helmet manufacturer, requiring him to be involved in litigation in Utah, Louisiana, Indiana, Tennessee, and Texas involving catastrophic losses by injured parties wearing motorcycle helmets.

    Mr. Gladden has spoken at several seminars on the intricacies of litigating a bad faith insurance lawsuit and the nuances of Uninsured Motorist (UM) law in Mississippi. Mr. Gladden is also approved to handle cases through the Mississippi Tort Claims Board and has represented state entities in cases involving professional malfeasance/negligence and premises liability at both the trial court and appellate level. Mr. Gladden recently served as the Deputy General Counsel of Choctaw Resort Development Enterprise, the business enterprise division of the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians.