Beth Coleman focuses her law practice on civil litigation and disability, to include auto accidents, dog bites, Social Security disability, long-term disability, and Kentucky State Disability Retirement. We offer comprehensive legal solutions to meet the needs of businesses and individuals. Pearson & Paris is known for outstanding service to our clients and for our proven ability to solve even the most complex problems.
Beth Coleman is known for providing outstanding, personalized service to her clients and for her proven ability to solve even the most complex problems. Ms. Coleman practices in the areas of civil litigation, disability, and family law. She also practices in the area of criminal defense of misdemeanors.
Ms. Coleman serves the greater Louisville metro area to include Oldham County, Shelby County, Henry County, Trimble County, and Bullitt County. She grew up in Memphis, Tennessee, spending summers on her Grandmother’s dairy farm in Fulton, Kentucky. She moved to Louisville after graduating in 1998 with her bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the University of Memphis. She attended the Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville and earned her law degree in 2006. Ms. Coleman is licensed to practice law in Kentucky and Indiana, and she brings 15 years of legal experience to any litigation matter.
Having practiced since 2006, and with a long track record of success in her fields of practice, she has successfully handled many difficult cases across the legal spectrum and has represented countless individuals in hearings and other matters before the court.
In her spare time, Ms. Coleman enjoys quilting and spending time with her six children.