Choosing a Lawyer

Sam Coffey talks about his own experiences in trial over the course of his eighteen-plus years. Experience matters when choosing a lawyer. Cases like catastrophic injury, wrongful death, and spinal cord and brain injury require an accomplished attorney like Coffey McPharlin. If you or a loved one has suffered a personal injury, Coffey McPharlin can … Continue reading “Choosing a Lawyer”

Tighten Texting Law Now!

Sam Coffey recently published an article in the Orlando Sentinel!  Here is a snippet below! Each day in the United States, more than nine people are killed and more than 1,150 people are injured in crashes involving a distracted driver, according to a study published by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. This is an … Continue reading “Tighten Texting Law Now!”

Carbon Monoxide and Keyless Go

When people forget to manually turn off their keyless cars, carbon monoxide can build up and invade the home, becoming a deadly issue. Sam Coffey, from Coffey McPharlin, explains solutions for manufactures to heed. If you or your loved ones have been suffered from carbon monoxide poisoning, contact Coffey McPharlin to set up your free, initial consultation today.

Learn About Sam Coffey

Check out a brief history about Sam Coffey from Coffey McPharlin. Sam Coffey is a personal injury lawyer who focuses on your rights and individual needs by choosing very serious cases wisely and investing his time and efforts on cases one at a time to get a pure result for clients. Contact Coffey McPharlin today to … Continue reading “Learn About Sam Coffey”

Zofran Birth Defect Lawsuit

Coffey McPharlin is now investigating and accepting cases involving Zofran birth defects. Zofran (ondansetron), is a medication that is approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to be prescribed to cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy or radiation therapy to combat symptoms of nausea asdociated with therapy. This medicine has also been prescribed “off-label” by OBGYNs … Continue reading “Zofran Birth Defect Lawsuit”