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Welcome to Messer Law!

The law offices of Messer Law Firm is located in Pensacola, Florida. Messer Law Firm specializes in personal injury cases, business litigation, government law, wrongful death and divorce cases.

In Florida, Jim has achieved recognition as a Florida Bar Board Certified Civil Trial Specialist-the highest level of recognition awarded by The Florida Bar of the competency and experience of attorneys in the areas of law approved for certification by the Supreme Court of Florida. For more information on this prestigious designation, please visit The Florida Bar website.

How can Messer Law help you?

At Messer Law Firm we emphasize knowledge, experience and integrity in all cases. Let our experienced team of attorneys help you with civil matters from auto accidents and serious personal injury to business disputes. 

Our Advantage


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Knowledge, Experience, Integrity

Jim Messer has more than thirty years' practice of law with federal, state and local governments, large law firms and his own private practice. Jim can relate to the "average Joe." He can advise you on matters large and small, in language you can understand, always striving for legal services that provide a cost effective solution. If you've suffered from personal injury, wrongful death, or need assistance with business litigation and divorce, Messer Law Firm can help.

With Messer Law Firm, you'll find a modern, friendly approach. No stuffiness, no jargon, just down to earth, affordable legal advice backed with more than 30 years' experience.

Questions to ask your lawyer:

  • What will hiring an attorney cost?
  • Is the initial meeting free of charge?
  • What is the charge per hour?
  • What other legal expenses are there?
  • If considering litigation, could I be responsible for the other side's costs?
  • What is the timetable working a case like mine?
  • How long will my matter take to conclude?
  • What could delay the conclusion of my case?
  • What are the prospects for success?
  • Does the lawyer properly understand what my problem is?
  • What are your attorney's qualifications and experience? 
  • Tell me about the types of cases you have handled and the results.
  • Does your attorney understand your case?

Ask your lawyer to summarize the advice you've been given and read it carefully when it arrives. This will demonstrate whether the lawyer fully understands your case. If you are not happy, now is the time to clarify the situation - or find another lawyer if your first choice does not inspire confidence.

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