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Overgrowth Blamed For Truck Hitting Grandmother

Posted on Monday, December 13th, 2021

It Started As Just A Morning Stroll On the morning of December 8, 2015, Diane Miles* headed out for a light morning walk with her granddaughter in her stroller. They were enjoying the beautiful day when Mrs. Miles stopped on the sidewalk of an intersection to check for traffic before crossing the street.  There was […]

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Family Turns To Coker Law To Fight Facility’s Failure For Their Father

Posted on Monday, December 13th, 2021

Mr. Walters* had been aging in his home, but was starting to show signs of confusion and weakness. His family, concerned, took him for a check-up at a nearby hospital. After a short stay, he was discharged in stable condition to a skilled nursing facility for short-term rehab. Due to his weakness, he was diagnosed […]

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Doctor’s Dangerous Parking Lot Leads To Serious Injuries

Posted on Monday, December 13th, 2021

One would think that a doctor’s office – of all places – would have plenty of handicap-accessible parking spaces, or at least what the Americans with Disabilities Act requires. Unfortunately for Mr. Archer*, that was not the case at all.  Mr. Archer was visiting a new doctor on September 23, 2019.  As his wife pulled […]

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Jury Awards $3,375,530 After Crash Steals Grandfather’s Ability To Care For His Grand-kids

Posted on Thursday, August 12th, 2021

Johnny Brasher is a proud grandfather who loves to spend time with his grand-kids.  He was on his way to pick them up from school to volunteer at their running and walking club when he was rear-ended by a negligent driver.  Unfortunately, this was no ordinary fender bender.  The force of the crash slammed this […]

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$1 Million To Injured Forklift Operator With Debilitating Injury

Posted on Wednesday, August 11th, 2021

Ronald Smith worked as a forklift operator at a Jacksonville warehouse until he suffered a debilitating injury on April 12, 2013.  Smith was moving a pallet with a forklift, but the pallet didn’t sit correctly so he tried to see what was wrong with the pallet.  That’s when it came crashing down on him and […]

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Jury Sends Message with $2.5 Million Verdict: Every Life Has Value

Posted on Tuesday, August 10th, 2021

Mrs. Anne “Nancy” Fiorito’s story is that of a life rich with family, friends and a loving husband of 70 years who relentlessly cared and fought for his wife until the very end. Nancy’s vibrant spirit and full life took a turn when she was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease.  When her husband could no longer […]

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Coker Law Wins Mother of Two $1.72 Million Dollars

Posted on Friday, August 6th, 2021

A diagnosed lifetime of pain was met with an offer of $200,000 from the at-fault driver’s insurance company, but Coker Law knew Pamela Sperry deserved so much more. In 2013, Mrs. Sperry was a passenger in the front vehicle of an unexpected, four-car collision. She suffered agonizing injuries that required shoulder surgery and nerve-burning procedures. […]

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Jury Grants $500,000 After Her Insurance Company Refuses To Pay for Medical Treatment

Posted on Thursday, August 5th, 2021

Before February 20, 2017, Sherri Autry was an active, healthy 54-year-old woman with no prior medical history. That all changed when she and her son were hit by an uninsured driver who drove through a stop sign and turned right into their vehicle. The impact of the crash was brutal and left Sherri with painful […]

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The Latest on Nursing Home and Assisted Living Visitations and The Push for Abuse Immunity

Posted on Tuesday, May 25th, 2021

Now that vaccinations are on the rise and deaths are on the decline across the country, many nursing homes and other long-term care facilities have slowly begun reopening to visitors, allowing residents to finally visit with their loved ones after months of separation. Nursing homes were overcome with the impacts of COVID-19, with fast-moving outbreaks […]

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Sleeping Health Care Worker Results in Family Tragedy

Posted on Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021

Brianna’s* mother would describe her daughter as a spirited girl who loves to laugh and smile and adores her brothers and sisters. That description could fit most daughters, but for Brianna, all of those seemingly little things were huge for her and her family. At the time of her birth, in June of 2007, Brianna […]

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