Prince Glover Hayes
Coe has been practicing since 2010 and handles a variety of cases for the firm. In addition to handling personal injury cases, Coe handles breach of contract actions, toxic tort cases, such as mold exposure, and retaliatory discharge cases.
2006 graduate of the University of Alabama
2010 graduate of Faulkner University, Jones School of Law where he was involved in the American Association for Justice Trial Advocacy program and where he served on the editorial board of the Jones Law Review
Alabama/Mid-South SuperLawyer “Rising Star” 2016 through 2019. No more than 2.5 percent of attorneys in Alabama are named to the Rising Stars list.
Selected in 2017, for national membership into The National Trial Lawyers: Top 40 under 40 trial lawyers in the state of Alabama chosen “based on performance as an exceptional young trial lawyer”
Serves by appointment to the Editorial Board of “The Alabama Lawyer” magazine, 2017-2019
10 Best Attorneys in Client Satisfaction selected by the American Institute of Personal Injury Lawyers, 2017
Martindale Hubbell “High Ethical Standing” rating (highest possible rating ethical standards; this distinction is earned by the confidential peer review of colleagues and judges in the lawyer’s area)
Member of the Tuscaloosa County Bar
Member, Alabama Association for Justice
Member, American Association for Justice
Provides pro bono legal services for the Good Samaritan Clinic
Member, St. James School Advisory Board
Member, First United Methodist Church
Married to Meredith Cramer Baxter; three sons, Hudson, Campbell and Anderson