Michael A. Coles extensive experience includes civil litigation such as medical malpractice and personal injury matters, business and commercial litigation and workers compensation.... more
Michael A. Coles extensive experience includes civil litigation such as medical malpractice and personal injury matters, business and commercial litigation and workers compensation. Michael has handled more than 30 jury trials and has successfully argued appellate matters in both state and federal appeals courts. Hes even written a brief filed with the U.S. Supreme Court. Original... view profile
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