Who We Are 2018-04-02T13:16:46+00:00

Our Attorneys

JAMES COLE

As a child, I remember watching my father get up and go to work for long hours to help those who had been harmed.

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REX L. EASLEY, JR.

My approach can be summed up as trying to help my client through a tough time. My practice has taken me all over Texas.

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CHARLES COLE

I am very proud to be a trial lawyer in Victoria, TX, following the example set by my father, Emmett Cole, Jr.

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WILLIAM L. SCIBA, III

Will Sciba is an experienced attorney who believes in giving back to his community. He began practicing law in 1995.

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LUTHER EASLEY

Having grown up in Victoria Texas, I always knew that I wanted to return to my home town and give back to the community.

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TRAVIS G. EDWARDS – OF COUNSEL

Travis practices mainly in the areas of oil and gas transactions and litigation and all areas of commercial litigation.

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SAM COLE

Sam Cole graduated magna cum laude from SMU Dedman School of Law in May 2016. He received his BA from Baylor University.

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VICTORIA, TEXAS, PERSONAL INJURY LAW FIRM

In 1954, our founder, Emmett Cole, Jr., returned to the crossroads area to establish his private law practice after working a year at a Houston law firm. He decided the big city wasn’t quite what he was looking for and Victoria has been the firm’s home ever since.

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CALL US TOLL FREE: (800) 456-9195

If you have been injured in an accident or if you own oil and gas interests, contact the skilled attorneys of Cole, Cole, Easley & Sciba, P.C., today for a free initial consultation and case evaluation. We have more than 150 years of combined legal experience to put at your disposal. To learn more about our attorneys, please review their profiles below.

What We Do

SELF REPRESENTATION

With so many legal resources available, especially online, it’s easy to understand that people want to save money and do it themselves. While that may be ok for some tasks around the house, use care before trying to handle legal matters yourself. Doing so may save you money in the short term, but it can cost a lot more down the road. Consider the following examples of risky do-it-yourself situations.

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