Trevor B. Rockstad is an integral member of Davis & Crump's complex litigation team. Since joining the firm in 2010, Trevor has represented clients in many pharmaceutical and medical device litigations, including transvaginal mesh, Chantix, Gadolinium, DePuy hip implant and hormone replacement therapy lawsuits.
A native Mississippian, Trevor grew up in Tupelo. He attended the University of Mississippi in Oxford where he received his undergraduate degrees in Political Science and English. While at Ole Miss, Trevor attended the Sally McDonnell Barksdale Honors College and was a member of Phi Kappa Phi honor fraternity. In 2010, he obtained his law degree from the University of Mississippi as well, graduating at the top of his class.
While attending law school, Trevor was a member of the Mississippi Law Journal, the Dean's Leadership Council, and the Environmental Law Society. He has continued to excel in his profession, being selected "Mid-South Rising Star" by Super Lawyers for the years 2014 through 2018.
An active member of the legal community, Trevor currently serves as Co-Chair of the American Association for Justice's Darvocet/Darvon Litigation Group and the Mirena Intracranial Hypertension Litigation Group. He is a member of the Mississippi Association for Justice's Board of Governors, as well a participant in many other professional legal associations. His expertise has been recognized by his peers, leading to his appointment of many leadership positions in multidistrict litigation steering committees.
When not in the office or courtroom, Trevor enjoys golf and other outdoor activities. He and his family live in Gulfport, MS.
When asked why he became an attorney, Trevor said "I've always had a desire to fight for regular people who can't necessarily fight for themselves. I love standing up to big corporations on behalf of people who have been injured by those corporations' careless, sometimes reckless, conduct. There will always be Davids and Goliaths in this world, and I'll always be on David's side."