Attorney Sam Coffey discusses the wrongful death civil lawsuit against Ex-New York Yankee Jim Leyritz who is accused of DUI manslaughter. Mr. Coffey discusses the impact the incident has had on the family and details other aspects of the civil suit in this interview.
Sam Coffey, Esq., interviews with TruTV’s “In Session” regarding the wrongful death lawsuit settlement handled by Coffey for the victim’s family against ex-Yankee Jim Leyritz. Last week marked the beginning of the DUI manslaughter trial for Leyritz.
Mom: “I Want to Know What Happened to My Daughter” Stephanie Goodrich Family of Stephanie Goodrich, a young woman who was seriously injured in a biking accident, is looking for answers to solve the case By STEPHANIE SANTORO Mar 18, 2011 A mother is pleading for help after her daughter was hit during a bike … Continue reading “Sam Coffey, Esq., Works with NBC6 to Find Eyewitnesses in Tragic Brain Injury Accident”
Security firm fights racism in InfoSec while apparently profiting from it by Steve Ragan – Dec 6 2010, 15:47 In the IT world, despite the majority of practitioners ignoring it, a person’s race or sex can sometimes come into play. However, within IT, the InfoSec community cares little for such things. This is why the … Continue reading “Attorney Sam Coffey Speaks with The Tech Herald News Regarding Defamation Liabilities”
The Law and Your Robot Chauffeur By Pam Baker TechNewsWorld http://www.technewsworld.com/rsstory/71155.html 11/02/10 5:00 AM PT If the prospect of self-driving cars seems too good to be true, there’s a good reason for that. The barrier won’t be technology — it will be the law. “The owner of the car will almost always be held responsible … Continue reading “Attorney Sam Coffey Quoted in TechNewsWorld.com Article on Self-Driven Cars and Liability Issues”
Sam Coffey, Esq. speaks with TruTV’s “In Session” about a directed verdict in the Florida v. Leyritz criminal trial. Sam Coffey represented the Veitch family in a wrongful death lawsuit against ex-New York Yankee Jim Leyritz which settled for $350,000.