Coker Law Wins Slip-and-Fall Case on the First Day of Trial

Posted on Wednesday, October 28th, 2020

Pamela Kade* was grabbing lunch at a Golden Corral restaurant in March 2016, when she slipped on a puddle of water an employee had poured on the floor to clean something up, before leaving it unattended to fetch supplies. She fell to the floor, tearing the lateral meniscus in her left knee. Mrs. Kade had […]

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Coker Law’s Experienced Trial Team Changes the Course of a Case

Posted on Monday, September 28th, 2020

You never know the day when your life will be changed forever.  For Daryl Gleaton, it was a November day in 2016.  He was struck by another vehicle at an intersection when the other driver didn’t yield to oncoming traffic. The force of the impact rolled Mr. Gleaton’s vehicle over almost three full times. His […]

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How to Determine If You Should Take Your Case to Court

Posted on Monday, July 27th, 2020

Should I take my case to trial? If you are injured or someone you love is hurt or killed, this is a decision that, at some point, you will need to make. It can be tough choosing whether to settle or take your case to trial, so it’s important that you speak with an experienced […]

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Coker Law’s Experience in Injury Cases Convinces Insurance Company

Posted on Tuesday, July 21st, 2020

As Joni Smith headed home from her job teaching deaf students she was rear-ended in a violent collision of cars. The impact was so forceful it slammed Smith’s car into the car in front of her. These back to back blows caused herniations in her neck resulting in injuries and pain that will plague her […]

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Coker Law Wins Justice For Victim Of Drunk Driver

Posted on Monday, June 8th, 2020

Due to the negligence of a drunk driver, Kendall Geisenburg’s life would never be the same after her vehicle was abruptly hit by an impaired Mr. Jones on September 25th, 2014. Although Kendall was stopped at the time of the crash, there was nowhere for her to go and nothing she could do to avoid […]

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Nursing Home Abuse and Neglect in the Wake of the COVID-19 Facility Lockdown

Posted on Monday, June 1st, 2020

When nursing homes and assisted living facilities restricted visitation in an attempt to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), concerned families were left unable to check on their loved one’s care and safety. It’s become apparent that residents living in nursing homes and assisted living facilities are among the hardest hit by the pandemic, […]

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The Impact COVID-19 Can Have On The Value of Your Personal Injury Case

Posted on Sunday, May 24th, 2020

The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has disrupted everyone’s day-to-day lives in more ways than one could have ever expected. Under normal circumstances, dealing with an injury and a personal injury case has the ability to feel like it has taken over your life. However, in the wake of this pandemic, your personal injury case may be […]

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Coker Law Forced To File Lawsuit After Hotel Refuses To Take Accountability

Posted on Thursday, May 21st, 2020

Nicola Carter never imagined a trip to Jacksonville with her children would leave her with serious injuries, resulting in a lifetime of pain and total knee replacement surgery. As Mrs. Carter and her family were finishing breakfast at the Jacksonville Airport Aloft Hotel in August 2013, she got up to move her car to the […]

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Coker Law Wins CSX Conductor $1.7 Million Verdict

Posted on Monday, May 11th, 2020

When CSX employee Kevin Looney was visiting Jacksonville for meetings as a labor union representative, he never imagined he would return to his family in Tampa with lifelong pain, suffering, and permanent injuries due to the negligence of another driver. While traveling around Jacksonville, Mr. Looney was slowing for traffic when a negligent driver abruptly […]

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How To Manage An Injury If You Are Sheltering In Place During COVID-19

Posted on Friday, April 10th, 2020

With the increasing diagnoses of the Coronavirus (COVID-19), many hospitals are overrun, and healthcare professionals overworked. A multitude of other smaller medical facilities have cancelled or postponed their non-emergency or elective surgeries and procedures in an effort to flatten the curve. However, what are you supposed to do if you’re injured? What if you had […]

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