CLEVELAND & VICKERS, LLC
Whether your case involves an automobile accident, on-the-job injury, slip and fall, premises liability, assault and battery, wrongful death, or any other personal injury related cause of action, the lawyers of Cleveland & Vickers, LLC will work tirelessly to help you obtain the justice you deserve.
As a client of Cleveland & Vickers, LLC, you will benefit from the personal care and attention that our attorneys will devote not only to you lawsuit, but to you as a human being. Our attorneys are readily accessible and your first visit is always on the house, no matter how long you stay. We look forward to hearing from you.
About Coker B. Cleveland
Practice Areas: Civil Litigation; Employment Discrimination; Wage and Hour Law; Personal Injury; Appellate Practice; Driving While Intoxicated Defense; Automobile Accidents Litigation; Criminal Defense.
Admitted: 2002, Alabama, U.S. District Court, Northern and Middle Districts of Alabama; U.S. District Court, Southern District of Alabama; U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
Law School: Cumberland School of Law, J.D., 2002
College: University of Alabama at Birmingham, B.S., 1998
Member: Birmingham Bar; Alabama State Bar.
Biography: Articles Editor, The American Journal of Trial Advocacy, 2001-2002. Recipient, Goozeé, King & Horsley Senior Writing Award, American Journal of Trial Advocacy, 2002. Vice President, Cumberland Student Bar Association, 2001-2002. Author: "Steamfitters Local Union No. 470 Welfare Fund v. Phillip Morris: Is Swift v. Tyson Dead?" American Journal of Trial Advocacy, Volume 25:1; "Hearn v. Board of Public Education: Who Decides the Agency Question?" American Journal of Trial Advocacy, Volume 24:2.
Born: Anniston, Alabama, September 1, 1973