Mark Caruso is a 1982 graduate with honors from Pepperdine University School of Law... more
Mark Caruso is a 1982 graduate with honors from Pepperdine University School of Law in California. He was licensed as an attorney in California in 1982, and he was licensed as an attorney in New Mexico since 1987. Caruso Law Offices exclusively represents individuals with claims against insurance companies and large corporations. By only handling one type of case--personal injury--we can focus ... view profile
Mr. Coleman was born June 28, 1956, in Ashland, Kentucky. He is married to the... more
Mr. Coleman was born June 28, 1956, in Ashland, Kentucky. He is married to the Honorable JoAnn Spinks Coleman,Retired Warren District Judge since 1981. JoAnn, now manages our Social Security Disability Department at Hughes Coleman Injury Lawyers. They have three children: Jonathan, Benjamin and Andrew, as well as 2 grandchildren Matthanand Eli. Mr. Coleman has been a practicing attorney ... view profile
I represent individuals, children, and families who have suffered a serious personal... more
I represent individuals, children, and families who have suffered a serious personal injury or who have lost a loved one due to negligence, recklessness, malice, or greed. I do not represent insurance companies, corporations, or government entities. I believe in the jury system. Juries have an opportunity to make our society safer and better. Substantial jury verdicts not only compensate th... view profile
When you are injured by a poorly designed or poorly made product, or by a product that should have carried a warning label, you may benefit from the services of a defective and dangerous products lawyer. Many drugs, including the arthritis drug Vioxx and diet aids containing Phenylpropanolamine, are considered dangerous products, as are some medical devices (heart defibrillators) and ordinary appliances (space heaters). Asbestos and tobacco are also considered inherently dangerous. A defective and dangerous products lawyer discovers how and why a product was defective, whether insurance policies will pay for your losses, and what you can expect to recover in damages.