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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

Darren White* 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 Debbie* and Kayla White*.  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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The Perils of a Defective Present

Posted on Monday, December 17th, 2018

The holiday season is finally upon us! The mall is a mad house and parents are panicking to get their kids the most popular toys this season. But buyers need to beware that the toys on the top of your child’s wish list aren’t also topping the list for the most dangerous toys. Start With […]

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Couple Slammed Into During Traffic Jam On US-1 Receives Nearly $1.3 Million

Posted on Friday, December 14th, 2018

It was a Wednesday afternoon in the fall of 2014, when Nathaniel and Jessica Waggoner were stopped at the light on US-1 and Shore Drive in St. Johns County. All of a sudden, their car was violently hit from behind. The force of the impact threw the Waggoner’s car into a terrifying spin, tossing them […]

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The Festival of Lights is Upon Us!

Posted on Monday, December 3rd, 2018

It’s time to take out the menorah and heat up the latke pan because Hanukkah has once again arrived.  In 2018, Hanukkah will begin on the evening of Sunday, December 2, and end on the evening of Monday, December 10. Hanukkah is aptly referred to as the “festival of lights,” a nickname intended to remind people of the miracle […]

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Attorney at Law Magazine Puts the Litigation Spotlight on Coker Law Attorney Fraz Ahmed

Posted on Wednesday, November 28th, 2018

      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 […]

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Family Turns To Coker Law After Disastrous Eye Diagnosis For Baby

Posted on Monday, November 26th, 2018

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 […]

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Thanksgiving is the Peak Day For Kitchen Fires – We Have Some Safety Sizzlers!

Posted on Sunday, November 18th, 2018

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 […]

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Employees Ban Together After Near Fatal Fiery Explosion

Posted on Tuesday, November 13th, 2018

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 […]

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