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Living as a quadriplegic for many years, attorney Toby Cole understands what individuals are going through and their financial and physical needs for the road ahead.
Located in Houston, Texas, Cole Law Firm represents individuals injured in a wide range of catastrophic spinal cord, brain and other serious, life-altering injuries.
Cole Law Firm aims to help its clients recover maximum compensation for their injuries, but they equally strive to do what they can to make the community a safer place and prevent similar injury to others.
If a client was injured from a defective product, the firm will strive to remove that product from the market or change the way it’s manufactured.
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Call Tobias Cole today at 832-539-4900 to arrange your free initial consultation.
Kaye McCollum is an associate attorney at The Cole Law Firm. She is dedicated to serving injured people and their families and is very responsive to her clients. She is passionate about holding people and companies responsible for negligence, which brings attention to safety issues and creates safer conditions for us all. She became a personal injury attorney because she feels it is very meaningful work. She is interested in people, their families, and their stories, and enjoys working closely with her clients. She will fight to protect her clients during a very difficult time in their lives.
Outside of work, Kaye enjoys spending time with her three wonderful children, family, and friends. She also enjoys cooking healthy, Pilates, traveling, and hiking.
“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech...” The Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution grants all Americans the right to speak freely without repercussion, or so she thought. On May 21, 2009, one week before graduation, the Santa Rosa County school board in Northwest Florida banned Mary from speaking at her high school commencement ceremony. She will always recognize this as the day that she fell in love with the law. Due to fear that the content of her speech would violate a consent decree that the school board had recently entered in to, Mary was censored. Shortly after starting college she obtained counsel and became the lead Plaintiff in a lawsuit against the school district. After a two-year fight, the school district settled and revised their restrictive policies. It was then that she realized how much influence attorneys could really have and her interest in a legal career began.
Being a lawyer is about helping people who need help and making a difference in their lives. Before joining the Cole Law Firm, Mary spent three years in healthcare advocacy, lobbying at the state and federal levels for increased access to coverage for the underserved. It was in this role that Mary truly learned what it means to think critically and craft creative arguments; one of her favorite parts of practicing law. Mary graduated from Florida State University in 2012 with a B.S. in Political Science and Media/Communication Studies. During her time at the Paul M. Hebert LSU Law Center, Mary was a member of the Student Bar Association; the American Bar Association, law student division; the Public Interest Law Society; a Street Law instructor; a law center ambassador; and the Dance Marathon chair. She graduated from LSU Law in 2015 with her Juris Doctor and Graduate Diploma in Comparative Law and is currently licensed to practice law in the State of Florida and the District of Columbia.