Rules of the Road

We all know what it means to drive as a reasonably safe driver. To drive the speed limit, stop at stop signs and red lights, not to cut off other drivers, not to text and drive, it can wait. Not every case is a simple rear-ender when someone fails to abide by the rules of … Continue reading “Rules of the Road”

Resort Accidents

Florida is a resort destination, we have more amusement parks, beaches, parks, and places to go on vacation than just about anywhere else in our entire country. People come from all across the country to vacation in Florida. Unfortunately a number of these people get injured and when they do they go home and they … Continue reading “Resort Accidents”

Signs & Symptoms of a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

Traumatic brain injuries are classified as mild, moderate or severe. Even so-called “mild closed head injuries” can cause deficits in thinking skills, emotional and behavioral functions, as well as physical abilities. Cognitive problems associated with brain injuries include impaired memory, concentration, attention, slowed learning, and difficulty with planning, reasoning or judgment (executive functioning). People with … Continue reading “Signs & Symptoms of a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)”

Litigating Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Cases

Coffey Trial Law has handled a significant number of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) cases. Ask Sam Coffey how Coffey Trial Law can help represent you in the court room. If you or someone you know needs a brain injury attorney, we encourage you to contact Sam Coffey today! Your initial consultation is free of charge.

​​Samantha D. v. Parent and Minor: ATV Crash, Final Judgment $1.06 Million.

A fifteen year old picked up Samantha on his ATV to ride around an orchard in Palm Beach County. While crossing a highway, the ATV was struck by a pickup truck, severely injuring the three minors aboard. They were flown to St. Mary’s and underwent emergency surgeries. Samantha ended up having six open surgical procedures … Continue reading “​​Samantha D. v. Parent and Minor: ATV Crash, Final Judgment $1.06 Million.”