Alwyn H. Luckey
Alwyn H. Luckey is a long-time resident of the Mississippi Gulf Coast and married to
the former Jeanne Elaine Carter of Biloxi. They have two daughters, Laurel and Taylor.
Alwyn received his BA in Zoology from the University of Mississippi in 1982 and his
law degree from the University of Mississippi in 1985. He is licensed to practice in the
State of Mississippi in all Federal and State Courts, as well as in the U. S. Court of
Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. He is a former shareholder in the Asbestos Group, PA,
in Pascagoula, Mississippi, which handled some of the first asbestos cases to ever be
successfully tried, including the landmark Abrams case.
In 1993, Alwyn set up his own personal injury practice in Ocean Springs, Mississippi,
where he still practices today. Alwyn was a leading participant in the landmark Cosey
asbestos case that was tried in 1998 and received a record verdict of $48.5 million.
Considered to be one of the pioneers in mass tort litigation in both the state of
Mississippi and the country, Alwyn represents thousands of asbestos and silica clients.
To date, he has been able to recover well over $150 million on their behalf.
Alwyn is also an active member of the community and serves as a deacon of First Presbyterian Church. He is a former President of the Boys and Girls Club and has received numerous awards, including the National Medallion for Service. He is a member of the American Trial Lawyers Association, the Mississippi Trial Lawyers Association, the Mississippi Bar Association, and the Jackson County Bar Association. In his spare time, Alwyn enjoys playing tennis, boating, and traveling.
Attorney At Law