The Cochran Firm is one of the nation’s largest personal injury, truck accident, and medical malpractice national law firms with some of the most aggressive and accomplished trial attorneys.
Contact us today to speak with a Cochran Firm intake specialist or attorney. Our team will discuss your legal matter with the confidentiality, understanding and respect you deserve.
No fee charged if no recovery
Our call center staff is available 24/7 to hear your case.
The Cochran Firm is absolutely hands down the best law firm I have ever dealt with. They were professional, understanding and cared about me as a client. I could call my attorney anytime and they were there to assist me. If you are looking for a professional attorney, whether it’s criminal or personal injury, I would give The Cochran Firm the highest recommendations ever. They assisted me, and often people who I have recommended to them, for personal injury cases. They made sure that we have all gotten the absolute best outcomes. Great job.
— T. Willoughby
The Cochran Firm is undoubtedly the best! With them, you’re more than just a client; you’re family.
— Z. Robinson
My family and I had a wonderful experience with our lawyer at The Cochran Firm. We were treated like family. The Firm was sympathetic to our situation and needs. We highly recommend The Cochran Firm and would use them again without hesitation.
— B. Monroe
On June 13, 1967, President Lyndon B. Johnson nominated civil rights lawyer Thurgood Marshall to fill a United States Supreme Court seat. Marshall was confirmed on August 30, becoming the first African American to ever become a U.S. Supreme Court justice.
#thecochranfirm #thecochranway #onthisday #todayinhistory #thurgoodmarshall #supremecourt #supremecourtjustice #blackhistory #americanhistory #civilrights ... See MoreSee Less
His dissenting opinions says a lot for all that he was dealing with.
On June 12, 2020, Rayshard Brooks was fatally shot by an Atlanta Police officer, Garrett Rolfe. The officer was responding to a complaint about Rayshard sleeping in his car in a Wendy’s parking lot.
The shooting occurred as he attempted to run from Rolfe and a second officer, Devin Brosnan. The death of Rayshard Brooks became a widespread controversy. Protests broke out, and the Wendy’s restaurant where the incident originated was set on fire.
The incident also led to the resignation of the mayor and a “blue flu” protest by local officers. Rolfe was charged with murder, but he was reinstated as a police officer in May 2021 after an oversight board found that he was not afforded his right to due process.
#thecochranway #thecochranfirm #rayshardbrooks #policeshooting #policebrutality #blacklivesmatter #blm #blmprotests #blueflu #atlantapolice ... See MoreSee Less