Jeremy Coe is an experienced courtroom advocate for his clients and
has been serving the legal needs of Northeast Texans since 1998.
When you or your family members are hurt, or a loved one is killed due to another person’s carelessness, you want an attorney that is willing to listen and knows what to do.Read More
The complexities of today’s blended families and the law regarding child custody makes even seemingly simple tasks complex, and causes extreme stress and hardship on the typical East Texas family.Read More
Jeremy Coe has obtained “not-guilty” verdicts in courts across East Texas in criminal cases including both felonies and misdemeanors. Jeremy also has handled many serious criminal matters.Read More
Jeremy Coe Law Firm handles cases involving immigration and naturalization of family members. Jeremy is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers’ Association.Read More
With a commitment to hard work and personal attention to each case, Jeremy builds personal relationships with each client to help him best meet his clients' legal objectives. Jeremy has focused his practice almost exclusively on trial work, including jury trials. His practice is primarily concentrated on cases involving personal injury and wrongful death, family law issues such as child custody and divorce, criminal and juvenile cases, and immigration.
Jeremy began his legal career working as a clerk for one of the great American trial jurists, United States District Judge William M. Steger (1920-2006) in the Tyler Federal Courthouse.
Jeremy speaks, reads, and writes Spanish fluently.
Are you in need of a competent and experienced lawyer to help you through the most emotional and stressful areas of the law? The Coe Law Firm in Tyler, Texas provides the focus and successful legal representation you need to reach the justice you deserve for yourself and your family. Contact us today to schedule an initial consultation and review of your case.Read More
Coe Helps Victims of Wrongful Pedestrian Death Recover $6 Million
Our team recently helped a Hispanic family from East Texas obtain justice after they lost a husband of 30 years and a father of 8 children in a tragic motor vehicle accident.
The Deceased (A.T.) was a hard-working man born in Mexico. A.T. and his wife legally immigrated to the United States and made a better life for their family in a small East Texas town near Tyler.
At the time of the accident, A.T. was working on a crew maintaining the right of way on Interstate 35 in a small town south of the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex. In the course of his job that day, A.T. had to cross the Interstate, but was struck and killed by a different company’s vehicle...Read More
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