The team at Coker Law is working together to ensure that our valued staff, clients and families are following all recommendations provided by our local, state and national leadership. We know this is a stressful time with many changes occurring, so we want to reassure you Coker Law is taking every measure to ensure the welfare of our staff and the continuity of our service to our clients.
We are communicating with the courts to reschedule any postponed proceedings and will be pro-active in informing our clients of those new dates. While we may need to make adjustments to our in-person meeting schedules, our attorneys and support staff remain available at any time through phone calls, emails and video chat. We are here for you no matter what unexpected life change occurs and that stays true today.
Our thoughts are with all those impacted by the Coronavirus, and we wish to express our utmost gratitude to the healthcare professionals working tirelessly to care for our community
Attorney at Law Magazine First Coast Publisher Thomas Brady sat down with Fraz Ahmed of Coker Law to discuss his career in the latest Litigation Spotlight feature interview. AALM: What drew you into litigation? Ahmed: I became involved in the mock trial program in my second year of law school and knew […]Read More
Every parent wants the best for their baby. So, when Diane and Ben* grew concerned and noticed their 20-month old was having trouble seeing, they wanted to see help. But with this being their first child, they thought they might be over reacting. But as he grew and started becoming more active, they realized he […]Read More
Whether it’s your first time cooking Thanksgiving dinner, or you’re a veteran holiday host, the fire danger remains the same. Thanksgiving is the peak day of the year for kitchen fires. Don’t Get Caught Up In Kitchen Chaos Cooks are often faced with distractions like chatty friends or well-meaning family helpers while trying to get […]Read More
Roberto Luciano and Monique Aristazabal were working at the Blue Rhino propane cylinder refurbishing facility in Tavares, Fla. A huge explosion occurred on the night of July 29, 2013, resulting in second- and third-degree burns to over 35% of Roberto’s body. Monique saw Roberto as he was running from the flames and thought he was […]Read More
It was a tragic pileup that made news across the country. Ten people were killed, and 18 others hospitalized in a multi-vehicle crash on I-75 just outside of Gainesville, Florida. The disastrous crash set off a fiery chain reaction that witnesses described as looking like it was the end of the world. Margie and Bernie […]Read More
Fall is in the air and the next few months will be filled with holiday fun and family time. Your friends at Coker Law want you to know that we are always thinking of how we can continue to provide you great service at the highest level. Since your safety and well-being are a top […]Read More
Coker Law Creates Safer Driving Initiative For First Time Drivers Coker Law continues its commitment to the safety of the First Coast community by investing in Safer Streets Through Smarter Drivers. In recognition of National Teen Driver Safety Week, October 21-27, sponsored by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NTHSA), Coker Law is partnering with […]Read More
With the recent tragedy in upstate New York, where 20 people lost their lives, it’s important to know what to look for when using for-hire transportation. There are federal and state requirements that companies and drivers must follow and adhere to in order to be considered legal and road worthy. In many cases passengers simply […]Read More
Savannah Benton loved her job at a chiropractor’s office. Her dream was to move up from an administrator position to the chiropractor field of medicine. She was a big believer in the healing potential of chiropractic treatment, she’d had several treatments herself in the past. But those hopes came crashing down after she was involved […]Read More
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 […]Read More