|Name||John Arthur Eaves Jr.|
Madison County, Mississippi , United States
|| September 06, 1966
Feb 01, 2015 04:36am
Caucasian - Moderate - Moderate-to-Conservative - Anti-Gay Marriage - Anti-Social Security Privatization - Government Reform - Health Care Reform - Pro- gun - Pro-Capital Punishment - Pro-Labor - Pro-Life - Baptist -
|Info||Attorney with John Arthur Eaves Law Firm. |
* Born in Jackson, Miss., on September 6, 1966. Currently resides in Madison County, Miss.
* Married to the former Angel Ainsworth.
* Father of four sons - John Arthur Eaves, III, 12; Sterling, 11; Brady, 10; and Christian, 8.
* 1984 graduate of Clinton (Miss.) High School.
* 1988 graduate of The University of Mississippi (B.A. in Political Science).
* 1990 graduate of The University of Mississippi School of Law.
* Son of John Arthur Eaves, Sr., and Patricia Eaves of Madison County, Miss. Both parents are natives of Louisville, Miss. Mrs. Eaves is the former Patricia Lovorn.
John Arthur Eaves, Jr., began practicing law in 1991. Since becoming a "people's lawyer," Eaves has represented thousands of Mississippians injured as a result of asbestos, pharmaceutical drugs and nursing home abuse, as well as those having problems with insurance companies. He also currently represents many Mississippians who were price-gouged following Hurricane Katrina.
Eaves also has been involved in several international cases, including Cavalese, Italy - where he represented five German families and a Polish family after a U.S. Marine plane severed a cable car line at a ski resort in northern Italy and sent it plunging to the earth, killing 20 people - and Vieques, Puerto Rico - where he is representing some 8,000 residents suffering from over 30 diseases as a result of environmental contamination from over 60 years of the island being used as a bombing range by the U.S. Navy. He also has represented the nation of Ukraine against U.S. tobacco companies.
Ongoing cases also include his representation of U.S. soldiers suffering from complications as a result of the initial Gulf War and American Nationals in Kenya against Osama bin Laden, several Islamic organizations and the government of Sudan for the 1998 American embassy bombings in Nairobi and Kenya.