What Should I Look For When Hiring A Florida Crash Attorney?

Posted on Monday, April 8th, 2019

It’s one of the most important questions you can ask if you’ve been in a car or truck crash.  Coker Law partner Dan Iracki, shares his experience with what you need to know to choose the right attorney.  Going through a motor vehicle crash that results in serious injuries is a difficult process to navigate. […]

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Jury Awards $11.4 Million To Father After Insurance Companies Deny Claims

Posted on Saturday, March 23rd, 2019

You would think 50-year old Sandy Noe would have the worst luck.  This father of two boys in the US Army was rear ended not just once, or twice, but three separate times.  To make matters worse, the crashes that occurred on November 2012, October 2013, and October 2016, were by three uninsured motorists.  Noe […]

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Coker Law Battles Citizens Insurance for Refusing to Pay

Posted on Thursday, March 21st, 2019

Citizens Insurance Company Refuses to Pay Defense Law Firm Citizens Insurance Company is known for the unfair way it treats its own policyholders, whether it be delayed payment, refusal to pay the full amount owed, or outright denial of payment.  Who would think they treat their own lawyers the same way?   The defense law firm […]

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Coker Law Gets Justice for Patient Sexually Assaulted in Jacksonville Healthcare Facility

Posted on Thursday, February 28th, 2019

Haley* had tried an extensive number of diets and exercise programs over the years, but she just couldn’t seem to lose the weight. When Haley was finally accepted into the bariatric surgery program at UF Health Jacksonville, she was elated. However, her excitement was short-lived. During her pre-check appointment to prepare for the surgery, the […]

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What Steps Should I Take After A Florida Truck Crash?

Posted on Monday, February 4th, 2019

Coker Law attorney Stefano Portigliatti answers this important question.  An accident with a truck is much different than a typical car accident. These crashes more often lead to catastrophic or fatal injuries due to their large size and weight. Additionally, there can be several different parties responsible for the accident. Identifying each one of these […]

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Doctors’ Negligence In Treating AFE Results In Mother’s Death During Delivery

Posted on Tuesday, January 29th, 2019

Summer Gilhousen was so excited to be a mom and was anxiously awaiting the arrival of her first-born child. After her water broke, she was admitted into a local hospital and administered an epidural. After Summer was admitted to the hospital, she received an epidural to help ease the pain from her contractions.  She fell […]

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How Is Medical Malpractice Proven In Florida?

Posted on Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019

This is a common question asked by our clients, answered by Coker Law attorney Lindsay Tygart.  A medical malpractice case in Florida is much different than a motor vehicle crash, slip and fall or another type of personal injury accident. Medical negligence is governed by state statutes and interpreted through case law. Additionally, Florida’s legislature […]

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Jury Orders GEICO To Pay More Than $2.6 Million To Young Mother

Posted on Tuesday, January 15th, 2019

There was no way Monae Gadson could have anticipated the brutal collision that was about to happen to her on a spring day in 2013.  Out of nowhere a vehicle driven by a negligent uninsured/under-insured motorist slammed into Ms. Gadson causing a terrifying T-bone collision.  This young woman was terribly injured in the crash.  She […]

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Jury Awards $1.4 Million To Sister Hit By Truck While Stuck In Traffic

Posted on Wednesday, January 2nd, 2019

Darryl Waters was stuck in traffic on Interstate 95 in Duval County, Florida on Thursday, March 31, 2011.  He had two of his children in the car with him, his daughters Darian and Khayla Waters.  A truck driver for Spa Crest Manufacturing, Inc., was hauling a trailer when he failed to stop for the traffic […]

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Safeguard Your New Year’s Eve Celebration – Know Your Hosting Responsibilities

Posted on Wednesday, December 26th, 2018

During the New Year season, there is no shortage of celebrations to ring in the New Year, but those celebrations can have dangerous consequences if they aren’t monitored properly or if a guest drinks and decides they can drive home.  Whether you are hosting or attending there are some things to consider to ensure that […]

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