|AL||Authorized to practice law||2002||02/13/2017|
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|Samford University, Cumberland School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2002|
|University of Alabama - Birmingham||N/A||BS - Bachelor of Science||1998|
Posted by Judy
Coker Cleveland represented me for an automobile accident I was involved in. I
had no health insurance, yet Coker was able to have me treated by
top-of-the-line surgeons and physical therapists. He also got me more money on
the case than I ever imagined!
Posted by Grace
A friend of mine told me of Mr. Cleveland when I was needing information on my rights of being the injured party in a car accident. His response was quick and answered all my questions about my rights. The quilty party was Un-Insured and owned a couple of business in the area and had been in and out of jail for the past year. His knowledge was very helpful and fast. I would recommend Mr. Cleveland to all.
Posted by anonymous
Mr. Cleveland and his firm were great in settling several of my cases. Previous lawyers I hired couldn't get them settled but this guy settled everything for me. He always kept me updated or responded as soon as there was any new information. I trusted him from day one and always felt comfortable with his knowledge of the law. I would recommend him to anyone seeking professional expertise with a "hometown" feel.
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