SINCE 2012


Anderson, Crawley & Burke, pllc is a Mississippi law firm headquartered in Jackson, Mississippi. ACB’s attorneys represent businesses, the insurance community, and governmental entities throughout Mississippi in a broad spectrum of practice areas. The commitment of its members to excellence, fairness, and honesty is the basis for the success of the firm’s attorneys and for the recognition they have achieved in their careers.
ACB views its mission as that of a strategic partner with its clients in managing the risk associated with litigation, and that vision has solidified the relationships between ACB’s attorneys and the firm’s clients.

The firm was founded in 2003, but the roots of the firm’s history run to the 1970’s when Jim Anderson, ACB’s Managing Member, entered the world of workers’ compensation first as a Claims Professional and then as a Claims Supervisor/Administrative Assistant with the Mississippi Workers’ Compensation Commission. His career has remained focused primarily on workers’ compensation issues involving the defense of employers and carriers in litigation, mediation of disputes.

Tim Crawley graduated from Duke University in 1982, and the University of Mississippi law school in 1985, and his legal career began on the Mississippi Gulf Coast in the mid-1980’s, before moving to Jackson, MS, in 1998. Tim has appeared in court in 69 of Mississippi’s 82 counties, has over 40 reported decisions to his credit, and has handled virtually every kind of case for which liability or risk is covered by insurance.

Practice Areas:

Workers’ Compensation; General Liability; Medical Device Liability; Premises Liability; Products Liability; Professional Liability; Director and Officer Liability; Health Care, Nursing & Pharmacy Liability; Government Torts & Public Liability; Defense Litigation Management; Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Act; Personal Injury; Administrative Law; Appellate Advocacy; Transportation Law; Business Planning and Operations; Construction Law; Governmental Relations; Insurance Regulation Labor and Employment Law.