As a personal injury attorney, Chase Coble enjoys the dual role he serves as his clients’ legal advocate and support system.
When someone suffers a life-altering injury, they often are dealing with serious physical, financial, and emotional pain, and stress. Add to that the burden of dealing with insurance companies, health care providers and the legal system, and it can be overwhelming.
Having an experienced advocate to guide them through the legal system allows Chase’s clients to focus on what’s most important: healing and getting their lives back on track.
Chase, who grew up in Burlington, joined the Deuterman Law Group’s personal injury practice in 2022. He has nearly seven years of experience in civil litigation and personal injury law from his previous position with the Roy Law Office in Louisville, Ky.
As an attorney and advocate, Chase often goes toe-to-toe with insurance companies to ensure his clients get the financial compensation and medical care they deserve.
Chase is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum, a prestigious association of trial lawyers. Membership is limited to attorneys who have won million dollar or multimillion dollar verdicts, awards or settlements for their clients. Fewer than 1 percent of attorneys in the United States are members.
He earned his juris doctor from The University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law in Kentucky. He graduated from Appalachian State University with a Bachelor of Science in History and Social Studies Education.
Chase first became interested in this area of law during his first year of law school when he took a class on torts, which is the legal term for personal injury cases, including auto accidents, medical malpractice, and product liability. He later landed a law clerk position at a personal injury firm and worked there during law school.
While in law school, Chase was a staff member and later articles editor for the Journal of Law and Education. He was an active participant in the Business Law Society and Health Law Society. He also volunteered and taught the “Street Law” curriculum at a Louisville high school, introducing teens to the basics of the legal system.
His previous professional experience includes a legal internship at the Guilford County Public Defender’s Office. During summers and school breaks, Chase also worked part time as a systems specialist at his family’s manufacturing business, Logic Control Systems, Inc.
He is a member of the Kentucky Justice Association, the N.C. Advocates for Justice and the N.C. Bar Association.
Chase lives in Greensboro with his wife, their infant daughter, and their dog, Linus.