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Affordable Safety Features Could Save Thousands – Why Aren’t They Being Used?

Posted on Thursday, August 2nd, 2018

Andrea Tschannerl headed out to the gym nearly every day at 4:00am. On the morning of January 6, 2017, while driving on US-1, a truck without the required retro-reflective tape and lamps, carrying an oversized load of logs, pulled in front of her and she could not see it. The load of logs crashed through […]

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The Irackis’ and Coker Law Fight for Families Who Can’t

Posted on Thursday, July 19th, 2018

Once a Fighter, Always a Fighter Coker Law partner Dan Iracki has always been a fighter, whether it was on the football field as a middle linebacker at Duquesne University, or in the courtroom as a highly celebrated trial attorney fighting for his clients. Success and fighting for causes comes naturally to Iracki. Iracki was […]

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The 5 Biggest Do’s and Don’ts When It Comes to Hurting Your Case

Posted on Sunday, July 8th, 2018

Throughout his career Coker Law Partner, Charles Sorenson has been dedicated to representing seriously injured plaintiffs and their families in complex personal injury and wrongful death cases. His dedication and experience has resulted in the successful conclusion of thousands of cases, both in jury verdicts and mediated settlements. Over his many years he has seen […]

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Client Blamed for Crash Until Coker Law Investigates

Posted on Wednesday, June 20th, 2018

Andrea Tschannerl headed out to the gym nearly every day at 4:00 a.m.  On the morning of January 6, 2017, while driving on US-1, a truck without the required retro-reflective tape and lamps, carrying an oversized load of logs, pulled in front of her and she could not see it. The load of logs crashed […]

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Coker Law Receives Settlement in National Sexual Harassment Case

Posted on Wednesday, June 20th, 2018

Coker Law partner Matthew Posgay was one of three attorneys from across the country who obtained an important settlement for his client in a sexual harassment case against the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Posgay, along with Jacksonville Area Legal Aid attorneys Stephen Pitel and Kevin Rabin, represented a 31-year-old woman who reported that […]

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Insistence Her Injury Was Severe Wins Settlement

Posted on Wednesday, June 20th, 2018

Dawn Brogden and her husband decided it was time to launch their dream of a commercial landscaping company.  It was an ideal time in their lives – to set their own work schedules, enjoy the outdoors and be available for Dawn’s son, who was challenged with his schoolwork.  “We were a very active outdoor family,” […]

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Critical Crash Concerns for I-4 Corridor Construction

Posted on Friday, June 1st, 2018 Trucks entering highway - Coker Law - Dangers of the I-4 Corridor

Critical Crash Concerns for I-4 Corridor Construction It was originally known as the Orlando Expressway, and began the transformation of the state of Florida into a tourism destination. Now known as the I-4 Corridor, this 132-mile stretch of highway is a major artery for commuters and the transportation of goods, and it contributed to the […]

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Doctor’s Misdiagnosis Nearly Cost Young Mother Her Life

Posted on Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

When Heather Manning first felt the lump in her right breast, she wasn’t panicked; but she wasn’t going to waste any time either. She was well aware that early detection is key to surviving a breast cancer diagnosis, so she made an immediate appointment to see her gynecologist. To her relief, he assured her it […]

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Sprague Family Opens Home and Heart

Posted on Monday, April 9th, 2018

Being a Presenting Sponsor for the upcoming Guardian ad Litem’s largest fundraiser, There’s No Place Home means much more than just writing a check for Coker Law.  Providing a voice for children in foster care or caught in the court system is a very personal mission for the firm and its partners. PERSONAL CONNECTION After […]

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Avid Athlete Receives Winning Verdict

Posted on Monday, March 26th, 2018

Nothing was more exciting to Sequana Beale than being busy, social and challenging herself. “I loved to play tennis, cycle, run, boot camp, scuba diving, fishing, hunting, camping, entertaining,” said Sequana. “I even participated in Registers Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa, it’s the oldest bike tour in America.” Lacing up and hitting the road […]

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