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Law Firm OverviewCoye Law Firm is located in Orlando, Florida and offers a variety of legal services to clients throughout the state and in other locations across the country.
A U.S. Army veteran, Wade Coye is a graduate of the State University of New York at Buffalo School of Law and has nearly 30 years of experience. He is admitted to the State Courts of Florida, Michigan, and New York as well as the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida.
The skilled and knowledgeable legal team is committed to seeking justice and pursuing the most favorable outcomes for clients with dedicated counsel and advocacy.
Year this Office was Established: 1991
Languages: English, Spanish
Areas of Law
Additional Areas of Law: Dog Bites; Childhood Injuries; Tourist Injuries; Negligent Security; Medical Device Injuries; Recreational, Cosmetic, and Athletic Injuries; Doctor's Visit Gone Wrong; Sporting Injuries; Guardianship; Property Division; Veterans Disability; Living Wills; Life Insurance.
Mr. Wade B. B. Coye
Personal Injury, Social Security, Workers Compensation
- Florida Workers Advocates
- American Bar Association
- Florida Bar Association
- Florida Justice Association
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Employers or their insurance carriers may resist covering an employee's on-the-job injury. If they refuse or are slow to pay benefits for a qualified injury, then the employee or their attorney must file paperwork to formally request the funds. This paperwork is called a Petition for Benefits or a PFB.Read Article
What Is A Letter Of Protection? Learn More About The Pros And Cons Of Using A Letter Of Protection Or LOP
If there is no insurance coverage available to help pay for your health care and/or wage loss after an accident, a letter of protection may be needed. A letter of protection is a promise from the injured person and his or her lawyer to pay the doctor at the conclusion of the personal injury case.Read Article
An employer may deny "medical and indemnity benefits" outlined in chapter 440 of the Florida statutes (which provide workers compensation benefits to injured workers) if an employee's drug test is positive for prohibited substances. However, the employer can only do this in most circumstances if they conduct the test according to rules outlined in the statute.Read Article
This article lists some sample questions that you may be asked by the opposing counsel in a deposition. The deposition is a legal meeting that carries the same importance as a hearing in front of a judge, so you are legally liable for whatever you say in the meeting. If you are confused or unsure during a question, you are allowed to consult your lawyer. Try your hardest to remember accurate answers, but don't be afraid to admit you don't remember something.Read Article