In Las Vegas, police are still asking for information on the whereabouts of Jocquise Coleman in connection with the death of a child, Lamaj Terry. Mr. Coleman is thought to be hiding in Los Angeles. Neighbors of the deceased child are stunned at what happened to him. Allegedly bruises were noticed on the child prior to his death, but Coleman explained them away and attributed the bruises to playing. Allegedly, witnesses at the time of the emergency noticed bruises on Lamaj’s head. At the time Lamaj was rushed to the hospital, Mr. Coleman left and said he would meet Brittany at the hospital. He never arrived to the hospital. Lamaj passed away at Sunrise Hospital.
The Keane Law Firm seeks to raise public awareness about child abuse, child abuse prevention and the rights of children that have been catastrophically injured. Please call the office or visit our website for a consultation.
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Attorney Christopher Keane has devoted his Bay Area practice to representing children whose lives have been irrevocably altered by abuse, neglect, injury, or death. He is a member of the San Francisco Child Abuse Prevention Center (SFCAPC), and is currently serving as the President on their Board of Directors. The prestigious Martindale-Hubbell Law Directory Bar Registry of Preeminent Lawyers has awarded Christopher Keane a top rating and, reflecting his dedication to professional excellence. In addition, Mr. Keane is a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum Top Trial Lawyers in America, listed in the top 500 Plaintiff's attorneys in America by Lawdragon.com and as a principal member of Keane Law has acted as lead plaintiff’s lawyer on a number of successful multi-million dollar cases.