Hughes & Coleman

Hughes & Coleman

Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers is a personal injury firm with years of experience representing the rights of injured victims in Kentucky and Tennessee. We offer free consultations 24/7.

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in Kentucky and has no record of discipline from the Kentucky bar association. *

Hughes & Coleman

Hughes & Coleman

Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers is a personal injury firm with years of experience representing the rights of injured victims in Kentucky and Tennessee. We offer free consultations 24/7.

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in Kentucky and has no record of discipline from the Kentucky bar association. *

Firm Overview

Hughes & Coleman was founded in 1985 and has recovered millions of dollars for injured victims dealing with the aftermath of workers' compensation, motor vehicle accidents, premise liability accidents, defective medical products, nursing home abuse, wrongful death cases and has helped thousands get Social Security disability benefits. Hughes & Coleman operates 9 offices in Kentucky and Tennessee.

Main Office

NASHVILLE OFFICE
446 James Robertson Pkwy #100
Nashville, TN 37219

Phone

(800) 800-4600

Fax

(866) 782-8820

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

Yes

Hourly Rates

We work on a contingency basis which means you don't pay unless we win or settle your case.

Office Information
Office Hours

Open 24 Hours

Emergency After Hours

Yes

Languages Spoken

English, Spanish, Bosnian

Other Offices
  • CLARKSVILLE OFFICE

    323 N Riverside Dr. #100
    Clarksville, TN 37040

  • GALLATIN OFFICE

    126 W Eastland St.
    Gallatin, TN 37066

  • MURFREESBORO OFFICE

    1501 Memorial Blvd.
    Murfreesboro, TN 37129

  • BOWLING GREEN OFFICE

    1256 Campbell Ln. #201
    Bowling Green, KY 42104

  • ELIZABETHTOWN OFFICE

    2110 N Dixie Ave. #102
    Elizabethtown, KY 42701

  • LOUISVILLE (POPLAR LEVEL) OFFICE

    5004 Poplar Level Rd.
    Louisville, KY 40219

  • LOUISVILLE (DIXIE HIGHWAY) OFFICE

    3618 Dixie Hwy.
    Louisville, KY 40216

  • LEXINGTON OFFICE

    211 E New Circle Rd
    Lexington, KY 40505

Auto Accident

What are your firm's strengths and style?

Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers was founded by a partnership of distinguished personal injury attorneys with over a century of combined professional legal experience at the state and district levels. We have several award-winning attorneys and a powerhouse staff that knows what it takes to win your case. Hughes & Coleman has nine offices throughout Kentucky and Tennessee to better serve you.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

It's not easy to find a lawyer that will fight for you and truly cares about your best interest. Hughes & Coleman does both. We pride ourselves on always putting our clients first and providing excellent customer service. Not only do we provide free consultations, but we will visit with you at a location convenient to you, even on weekends. We have staff available 24/7 to answer any questions you may have. At Hughes & Coleman, we understand that when you've been injured, you need convenience - and that's exactly what we offer.

Hughes & Coleman
J. Marshall Hughes

Founding partner J. Marshall Hughes is, first and foremost, a lawyer dedicated to bettering the firm he helped start. However, he's also a businessman, farmer and hunter. A graduate of Western Kentucky University, J. Marshall's roots in the Kentucky and Tennessee area run deep. J. Marshall earned his B.A. from Western Kentucky University. After obtaining his J.D. from Indiana University School of Law, he returned to Bowling Green and in 1985 he helped found Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers.

Throughout the years, J. Marshall has won millions for clients and his credentials speak volumes. He's been given the Top 10 Attorney Award by the National Academy of PI Attorneys as well as the Top 100 Trial Attorney by the National Trial Lawyers. He is a member of the Kentucky Bar Association, Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity, American Judicature Society, Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association and Kentucky Justice Association.

It has always been a long-standing mission of J. Marshall's to make the communities around him a better place. After all, he knows that it is not just his clients that are part of the Hughes & Coleman family - it is the members of his communities too. This is why he has helped found several non-profit organizations aimed at increasing safety awareness and saving lives. He co-founded Kids Are Special, a program aimed at protecting and encouraging children in our communities to practice safe habits. It promotes the fingerprinting of children for identification purposes and encourages bicycle safety through the sale of certified bike helmets for a fraction of the typical cost. He also serves as an avid supporter of the Butler County Boys & Girls Club, an organization that provides programs, resources and assistance to children and teens.

J. Marshall also co-founded Arrive Alive, a program aimed at bringing awareness to children in the south central Kentucky area about the dangers of driving or riding with someone under the influence of alcohol. It encourages teens and parents to sign a pledge not to drink and drive.

Outside of Hughes & Coleman, J. Marshall enjoys spending time with his wife, Judith Given Hughes, as well as their two children and three grandchildren. He enjoys hunting and fishing and is a member of the North American Hunting Club, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Quail Unlimited, Ducks Unlimited, National Wild Turkey Federation, National Rifle Association, National Parks and Conservation Association and the National Geographic Society. He is also a black belt in karate.

Hughes & Coleman
J. Marshall Hughes

Founding partner J. Marshall Hughes is, first and foremost, a lawyer dedicated to bettering the firm he helped start. However, he's also a businessman, farmer and hunter. A graduate of Western Kentucky University, J. Marshall's roots in the Kentucky and Tennessee area run deep. J. Marshall earned his B.A. from Western Kentucky University. After obtaining his J.D. from Indiana University School of Law, he returned to Bowling Green and in 1985 he helped found Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers.

Throughout the years, J. Marshall has won millions for clients and his credentials speak volumes. He's been given the Top 10 Attorney Award by the National Academy of PI Attorneys as well as the Top 100 Trial Attorney by the National Trial Lawyers. He is a member of the Kentucky Bar Association, Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity, American Judicature Society, Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association and Kentucky Justice Association.

It has always been a long-standing mission of J. Marshall's to make the communities around him a better place. After all, he knows that it is not just his clients that are part of the Hughes & Coleman family - it is the members of his communities too. This is why he has helped found several non-profit organizations aimed at increasing safety awareness and saving lives. He co-founded Kids Are Special, a program aimed at protecting and encouraging children in our communities to practice safe habits. It promotes the fingerprinting of children for identification purposes and encourages bicycle safety through the sale of certified bike helmets for a fraction of the typical cost. He also serves as an avid supporter of the Butler County Boys & Girls Club, an organization that provides programs, resources and assistance to children and teens.

J. Marshall also co-founded Arrive Alive, a program aimed at bringing awareness to children in the south central Kentucky area about the dangers of driving or riding with someone under the influence of alcohol. It encourages teens and parents to sign a pledge not to drink and drive.

Outside of Hughes & Coleman, J. Marshall enjoys spending time with his wife, Judith Given Hughes, as well as their two children and three grandchildren. He enjoys hunting and fishing and is a member of the North American Hunting Club, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Quail Unlimited, Ducks Unlimited, National Wild Turkey Federation, National Rifle Association, National Parks and Conservation Association and the National Geographic Society. He is also a black belt in karate.

Hughes & Coleman
Lee Coleman

Founding Partner Lee Coleman is best described by two things: his accomplishments and his advocacy. It all began in 1978, when Lee earned his B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Kentucky. He then went on to earn a Juris Doctor from the University of Louisville, graduating in 1981. After obtaining his education, he was ready (and eager) to enter the legal field. He began as an Assistant County Attorney/Prosecutor in Bowling Green, KY, eventually moving up to become an Associate Attorney for a local attorney.

In 1984, Lee decided he had enough experience and enthusiasm under his belt to become a sole practitioner and, in 1985, he opened Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers with Partner J. Marshall Hughes. To date, founding Hughes & Coleman has been both Lee's greatest accomplishment and his biggest channel for advocacy. Every day for the past 35 years, Lee has been able to help thousands of people trade chaos for calm and return their lives back to a state of normalcy.

Even though Lee's legal career has been polished and time-tested, Lee never stops learning how to continuously better his firm for his clients. He constantly attends legal seminars and lectures across the nation in order to learn new and innovative ways to make Hughes & Coleman a leading firm in the industry. He's also worked with J. Marshall Hughes to found non-profit programs, such as Kids Are Special, a program designed to raise awareness in local communities about major safety issues and concerns. The program promotes the fingerprinting of children for identification and encourages smart biking habits through the sale of certified bike helmets. Each Hughes & Coleman office sells children's helmets for a fraction of the typical cost.

Lee is licensed to practice in Kentucky, Tennessee, and New Mexico. He is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association, Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Kentucky Bar Association, Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. He is also a registered Kentucky Super Lawyer, an award he won for attaining a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.

Outside of Hughes & Coleman, Lee loves staying as active as possible. When he's not in the judge's court, Lee can be found on the basketball court. He also enjoys golf, snow skiing and spending time with his wife, the Honorable JoAnn Spinks Coleman, and their three children and five grandkids.

Hughes & Coleman
Lee Coleman

Founding Partner Lee Coleman is best described by two things: his accomplishments and his advocacy. It all began in 1978, when Lee earned his B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Kentucky. He then went on to earn a Juris Doctor from the University of Louisville, graduating in 1981. After obtaining his education, he was ready (and eager) to enter the legal field. He began as an Assistant County Attorney/Prosecutor in Bowling Green, KY, eventually moving up to become an Associate Attorney for a local attorney.

In 1984, Lee decided he had enough experience and enthusiasm under his belt to become a sole practitioner and, in 1985, he opened Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers with Partner J. Marshall Hughes. To date, founding Hughes & Coleman has been both Lee's greatest accomplishment and his biggest channel for advocacy. Every day for the past 35 years, Lee has been able to help thousands of people trade chaos for calm and return their lives back to a state of normalcy.

Even though Lee's legal career has been polished and time-tested, Lee never stops learning how to continuously better his firm for his clients. He constantly attends legal seminars and lectures across the nation in order to learn new and innovative ways to make Hughes & Coleman a leading firm in the industry. He's also worked with J. Marshall Hughes to found non-profit programs, such as Kids Are Special, a program designed to raise awareness in local communities about major safety issues and concerns. The program promotes the fingerprinting of children for identification and encourages smart biking habits through the sale of certified bike helmets. Each Hughes & Coleman office sells children's helmets for a fraction of the typical cost.

Lee is licensed to practice in Kentucky, Tennessee, and New Mexico. He is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association, Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Kentucky Bar Association, Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. He is also a registered Kentucky Super Lawyer, an award he won for attaining a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.

Outside of Hughes & Coleman, Lee loves staying as active as possible. When he's not in the judge's court, Lee can be found on the basketball court. He also enjoys golf, snow skiing and spending time with his wife, the Honorable JoAnn Spinks Coleman, and their three children and five grandkids.

Hughes & Coleman
Jonaka White Hall


Jonaka White Hall focuses her practice on a variety of types of personal injury cases. Originally from Cromwell, Kentucky, Jonaka earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture from Western Kentucky University. Following her undergraduate career, Jonaka earned her Juris Doctor from Salmon P. Chase College of Law.

Prior to joining Hughes & Coleman, Jonaka served as the Staff Attorney for Warren Circuit Family Court in Bowling Green, Kentucky. She has been a member of the Hughes & Coleman team for nearly 10 years and has gained experience by handling a variety of needs for clients. She works diligently to assist our clients so that they may have fair resolutions of their claims. Currently, Jonaka oversees our firm’s Intake department and works to ensure we provide the best quality service to those needing help on an injury claim. She is admitted to practice law in Kentucky, Tennessee, and New Mexico.

Away from the office, Jonaka enjoys spending time with her four children, Ayla, Brantley, Grady and Arbor. Much of her time is spent attending dance competitions and sporting events watching her children perform. Jonaka also loves spending time outdoors whenever she can.

Hughes & Coleman
Jonaka White Hall


Jonaka White Hall focuses her practice on a variety of types of personal injury cases. Originally from Cromwell, Kentucky, Jonaka earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture from Western Kentucky University. Following her undergraduate career, Jonaka earned her Juris Doctor from Salmon P. Chase College of Law.

Prior to joining Hughes & Coleman, Jonaka served as the Staff Attorney for Warren Circuit Family Court in Bowling Green, Kentucky. She has been a member of the Hughes & Coleman team for nearly 10 years and has gained experience by handling a variety of needs for clients. She works diligently to assist our clients so that they may have fair resolutions of their claims. Currently, Jonaka oversees our firm’s Intake department and works to ensure we provide the best quality service to those needing help on an injury claim. She is admitted to practice law in Kentucky, Tennessee, and New Mexico.

Away from the office, Jonaka enjoys spending time with her four children, Ayla, Brantley, Grady and Arbor. Much of her time is spent attending dance competitions and sporting events watching her children perform. Jonaka also loves spending time outdoors whenever she can.

Firm Overview

Hughes & Coleman was founded in 1985 and has recovered millions of dollars for injured victims dealing with the aftermath of workers' compensation, motor vehicle accidents, premise liability accidents, defective medical products, nursing home abuse, wrongful death cases and has helped thousands get Social Security disability benefits. Hughes & Coleman operates 9 offices in Kentucky and Tennessee.

Main Office

NASHVILLE OFFICE
446 James Robertson Pkwy #100
Nashville, TN 37219

Phone

(800) 800-4600

Fax

(866) 782-8820

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

Yes

Hourly Rates

We work on a contingency basis which means you don't pay unless we win or settle your case.

Office Information
Office Hours

Open 24 Hours

Emergency After Hours

Yes

Languages Spoken

English, Spanish, Bosnian

Other Offices
  • CLARKSVILLE OFFICE

    323 N Riverside Dr. #100
    Clarksville, TN 37040

  • GALLATIN OFFICE

    126 W Eastland St.
    Gallatin, TN 37066

  • MURFREESBORO OFFICE

    1501 Memorial Blvd.
    Murfreesboro, TN 37129

  • BOWLING GREEN OFFICE

    1256 Campbell Ln. #201
    Bowling Green, KY 42104

  • ELIZABETHTOWN OFFICE

    2110 N Dixie Ave. #102
    Elizabethtown, KY 42701

  • LOUISVILLE (POPLAR LEVEL) OFFICE

    5004 Poplar Level Rd.
    Louisville, KY 40219

  • LOUISVILLE (DIXIE HIGHWAY) OFFICE

    3618 Dixie Hwy.
    Louisville, KY 40216

  • LEXINGTON OFFICE

    211 E New Circle Rd
    Lexington, KY 40505

Auto Accident

What are your firm's strengths and style?

Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers was founded by a partnership of distinguished personal injury attorneys with over a century of combined professional legal experience at the state and district levels. We have several award-winning attorneys and a powerhouse staff that knows what it takes to win your case. Hughes & Coleman has nine offices throughout Kentucky and Tennessee to better serve you.

What distinguishes your law firm from others?

It's not easy to find a lawyer that will fight for you and truly cares about your best interest. Hughes & Coleman does both. We pride ourselves on always putting our clients first and providing excellent customer service. Not only do we provide free consultations, but we will visit with you at a location convenient to you, even on weekends. We have staff available 24/7 to answer any questions you may have. At Hughes & Coleman, we understand that when you've been injured, you need convenience - and that's exactly what we offer.

Hughes & Coleman
J. Marshall Hughes

Founding partner J. Marshall Hughes is, first and foremost, a lawyer dedicated to bettering the firm he helped start. However, he's also a businessman, farmer and hunter. A graduate of Western Kentucky University, J. Marshall's roots in the Kentucky and Tennessee area run deep. J. Marshall earned his B.A. from Western Kentucky University. After obtaining his J.D. from Indiana University School of Law, he returned to Bowling Green and in 1985 he helped found Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers.

Throughout the years, J. Marshall has won millions for clients and his credentials speak volumes. He's been given the Top 10 Attorney Award by the National Academy of PI Attorneys as well as the Top 100 Trial Attorney by the National Trial Lawyers. He is a member of the Kentucky Bar Association, Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity, American Judicature Society, Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association and Kentucky Justice Association.

It has always been a long-standing mission of J. Marshall's to make the communities around him a better place. After all, he knows that it is not just his clients that are part of the Hughes & Coleman family - it is the members of his communities too. This is why he has helped found several non-profit organizations aimed at increasing safety awareness and saving lives. He co-founded Kids Are Special, a program aimed at protecting and encouraging children in our communities to practice safe habits. It promotes the fingerprinting of children for identification purposes and encourages bicycle safety through the sale of certified bike helmets for a fraction of the typical cost. He also serves as an avid supporter of the Butler County Boys & Girls Club, an organization that provides programs, resources and assistance to children and teens.

J. Marshall also co-founded Arrive Alive, a program aimed at bringing awareness to children in the south central Kentucky area about the dangers of driving or riding with someone under the influence of alcohol. It encourages teens and parents to sign a pledge not to drink and drive.

Outside of Hughes & Coleman, J. Marshall enjoys spending time with his wife, Judith Given Hughes, as well as their two children and three grandchildren. He enjoys hunting and fishing and is a member of the North American Hunting Club, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Quail Unlimited, Ducks Unlimited, National Wild Turkey Federation, National Rifle Association, National Parks and Conservation Association and the National Geographic Society. He is also a black belt in karate.

Hughes & Coleman
J. Marshall Hughes

Founding partner J. Marshall Hughes is, first and foremost, a lawyer dedicated to bettering the firm he helped start. However, he's also a businessman, farmer and hunter. A graduate of Western Kentucky University, J. Marshall's roots in the Kentucky and Tennessee area run deep. J. Marshall earned his B.A. from Western Kentucky University. After obtaining his J.D. from Indiana University School of Law, he returned to Bowling Green and in 1985 he helped found Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers.

Throughout the years, J. Marshall has won millions for clients and his credentials speak volumes. He's been given the Top 10 Attorney Award by the National Academy of PI Attorneys as well as the Top 100 Trial Attorney by the National Trial Lawyers. He is a member of the Kentucky Bar Association, Phi Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity, American Judicature Society, Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association and Kentucky Justice Association.

It has always been a long-standing mission of J. Marshall's to make the communities around him a better place. After all, he knows that it is not just his clients that are part of the Hughes & Coleman family - it is the members of his communities too. This is why he has helped found several non-profit organizations aimed at increasing safety awareness and saving lives. He co-founded Kids Are Special, a program aimed at protecting and encouraging children in our communities to practice safe habits. It promotes the fingerprinting of children for identification purposes and encourages bicycle safety through the sale of certified bike helmets for a fraction of the typical cost. He also serves as an avid supporter of the Butler County Boys & Girls Club, an organization that provides programs, resources and assistance to children and teens.

J. Marshall also co-founded Arrive Alive, a program aimed at bringing awareness to children in the south central Kentucky area about the dangers of driving or riding with someone under the influence of alcohol. It encourages teens and parents to sign a pledge not to drink and drive.

Outside of Hughes & Coleman, J. Marshall enjoys spending time with his wife, Judith Given Hughes, as well as their two children and three grandchildren. He enjoys hunting and fishing and is a member of the North American Hunting Club, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Quail Unlimited, Ducks Unlimited, National Wild Turkey Federation, National Rifle Association, National Parks and Conservation Association and the National Geographic Society. He is also a black belt in karate.

Hughes & Coleman
Lee Coleman

Founding Partner Lee Coleman is best described by two things: his accomplishments and his advocacy. It all began in 1978, when Lee earned his B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Kentucky. He then went on to earn a Juris Doctor from the University of Louisville, graduating in 1981. After obtaining his education, he was ready (and eager) to enter the legal field. He began as an Assistant County Attorney/Prosecutor in Bowling Green, KY, eventually moving up to become an Associate Attorney for a local attorney.

In 1984, Lee decided he had enough experience and enthusiasm under his belt to become a sole practitioner and, in 1985, he opened Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers with Partner J. Marshall Hughes. To date, founding Hughes & Coleman has been both Lee's greatest accomplishment and his biggest channel for advocacy. Every day for the past 35 years, Lee has been able to help thousands of people trade chaos for calm and return their lives back to a state of normalcy.

Even though Lee's legal career has been polished and time-tested, Lee never stops learning how to continuously better his firm for his clients. He constantly attends legal seminars and lectures across the nation in order to learn new and innovative ways to make Hughes & Coleman a leading firm in the industry. He's also worked with J. Marshall Hughes to found non-profit programs, such as Kids Are Special, a program designed to raise awareness in local communities about major safety issues and concerns. The program promotes the fingerprinting of children for identification and encourages smart biking habits through the sale of certified bike helmets. Each Hughes & Coleman office sells children's helmets for a fraction of the typical cost.

Lee is licensed to practice in Kentucky, Tennessee, and New Mexico. He is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association, Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Kentucky Bar Association, Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. He is also a registered Kentucky Super Lawyer, an award he won for attaining a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.

Outside of Hughes & Coleman, Lee loves staying as active as possible. When he's not in the judge's court, Lee can be found on the basketball court. He also enjoys golf, snow skiing and spending time with his wife, the Honorable JoAnn Spinks Coleman, and their three children and five grandkids.

Hughes & Coleman
Lee Coleman

Founding Partner Lee Coleman is best described by two things: his accomplishments and his advocacy. It all began in 1978, when Lee earned his B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Kentucky. He then went on to earn a Juris Doctor from the University of Louisville, graduating in 1981. After obtaining his education, he was ready (and eager) to enter the legal field. He began as an Assistant County Attorney/Prosecutor in Bowling Green, KY, eventually moving up to become an Associate Attorney for a local attorney.

In 1984, Lee decided he had enough experience and enthusiasm under his belt to become a sole practitioner and, in 1985, he opened Hughes & Coleman Injury Lawyers with Partner J. Marshall Hughes. To date, founding Hughes & Coleman has been both Lee's greatest accomplishment and his biggest channel for advocacy. Every day for the past 35 years, Lee has been able to help thousands of people trade chaos for calm and return their lives back to a state of normalcy.

Even though Lee's legal career has been polished and time-tested, Lee never stops learning how to continuously better his firm for his clients. He constantly attends legal seminars and lectures across the nation in order to learn new and innovative ways to make Hughes & Coleman a leading firm in the industry. He's also worked with J. Marshall Hughes to found non-profit programs, such as Kids Are Special, a program designed to raise awareness in local communities about major safety issues and concerns. The program promotes the fingerprinting of children for identification and encourages smart biking habits through the sale of certified bike helmets. Each Hughes & Coleman office sells children's helmets for a fraction of the typical cost.

Lee is licensed to practice in Kentucky, Tennessee, and New Mexico. He is a member of the Tennessee Bar Association, Tennessee Trial Lawyers Association, Kentucky Bar Association, Kentucky Academy of Trial Attorneys and the Association of Trial Lawyers of America. He is also a registered Kentucky Super Lawyer, an award he won for attaining a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement.

Outside of Hughes & Coleman, Lee loves staying as active as possible. When he's not in the judge's court, Lee can be found on the basketball court. He also enjoys golf, snow skiing and spending time with his wife, the Honorable JoAnn Spinks Coleman, and their three children and five grandkids.

Hughes & Coleman
Jonaka White Hall


Jonaka White Hall focuses her practice on a variety of types of personal injury cases. Originally from Cromwell, Kentucky, Jonaka earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture from Western Kentucky University. Following her undergraduate career, Jonaka earned her Juris Doctor from Salmon P. Chase College of Law.

Prior to joining Hughes & Coleman, Jonaka served as the Staff Attorney for Warren Circuit Family Court in Bowling Green, Kentucky. She has been a member of the Hughes & Coleman team for nearly 10 years and has gained experience by handling a variety of needs for clients. She works diligently to assist our clients so that they may have fair resolutions of their claims. Currently, Jonaka oversees our firm’s Intake department and works to ensure we provide the best quality service to those needing help on an injury claim. She is admitted to practice law in Kentucky, Tennessee, and New Mexico.

Away from the office, Jonaka enjoys spending time with her four children, Ayla, Brantley, Grady and Arbor. Much of her time is spent attending dance competitions and sporting events watching her children perform. Jonaka also loves spending time outdoors whenever she can.

Hughes & Coleman
Jonaka White Hall


Jonaka White Hall focuses her practice on a variety of types of personal injury cases. Originally from Cromwell, Kentucky, Jonaka earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture from Western Kentucky University. Following her undergraduate career, Jonaka earned her Juris Doctor from Salmon P. Chase College of Law.

Prior to joining Hughes & Coleman, Jonaka served as the Staff Attorney for Warren Circuit Family Court in Bowling Green, Kentucky. She has been a member of the Hughes & Coleman team for nearly 10 years and has gained experience by handling a variety of needs for clients. She works diligently to assist our clients so that they may have fair resolutions of their claims. Currently, Jonaka oversees our firm’s Intake department and works to ensure we provide the best quality service to those needing help on an injury claim. She is admitted to practice law in Kentucky, Tennessee, and New Mexico.

Away from the office, Jonaka enjoys spending time with her four children, Ayla, Brantley, Grady and Arbor. Much of her time is spent attending dance competitions and sporting events watching her children perform. Jonaka also loves spending time outdoors whenever she can.

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in Kentucky and has no record of discipline from the Kentucky bar association. *

* Nolo has confirmed that every member attorney has a valid license and is in good standing with the state agency that licenses lawyers. Any past disbarments and suspensions (with possible exceptions for minor violations or nonpayment of dues, in our discretion) will be indicated accordingly in the badge. Member attorneys are required to notify Nolo immediately if they become the subject of any disciplinary action by any state licensing agency.

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in Kentucky and has no record of discipline from the Kentucky bar association. *

* Nolo has confirmed that every member attorney has a valid license and is in good standing with the state agency that licenses lawyers. Any past disbarments and suspensions (with possible exceptions for minor violations or nonpayment of dues, in our discretion) will be indicated accordingly in the badge. Member attorneys are required to notify Nolo immediately if they become the subject of any disciplinary action by any state licensing agency.