W. Corban Gunn

Corban Gunn, PLLC
146 Porter Avenue
P.O. Box 1916
Biloxi, MS 39533

W. Corban Gunn

W. Corban Gunn is a fifth-generation Mississippi lawyer. Prior to joining our firm, W. Corban Gunn was a law clerk for L.T. Senter, Jr., Senior United State District Court Judge for the Southern District of Mississippi. Since joining our firm, W. Corban Gunn has focused his practice on representing people, including children that have been seriously injured or killed. In addition, W. Corban Gunn focuses on representing small and large businesses that have been wronged and people that have been treated with bad faith by insurance companies. W. Corban Gunn has been recognized by his peers and has been the recipient of numerous awards and accolades. He is married to Elizabeth Hoover Gunn, PharmD, and the proud father of a daughter and son.

Areas of practice

Serious personal injury
Wrongful death
Auto accidents
18-wheeler & semitrailer truck accidents & wrecks
Insurance bad faith
Products liability
Premises liability
Offshore & marine law
Workers Compensation
Business & contract claims

Admitted to practice

U.S. District Court, Southern District of Mississippi
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Mississippi
U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit
U.S. Supreme Court


University of Mississippi, B.A. 2000
University of Mississippi, J.D. 2004
Clerk, United State District Court, Southern District of Mississippi

Leadership and awards

2013 Rising Star Super Lawyers
Young Lawyer of the Year, Mississippi Association for Justice
American Association for Justice, New Lawyers Division Excellence Award
American Association for Justice Board of Governors
Mississippi Association for Justice Board of Governors

Professional memberships

American Bar Association
American Association for Justice
National Trial Lawyer Association
Mississippi Bar Association
Harrison County Bar Association

Community activities

Biloxi Rotary Club
George Ohr Museum of Art
Walter Anderson Museum of Art
Gulf Coast Carnival Association
St. Paul United Methodist Church