RESULTS

As part of the national Cochran Firm organization, our Cleveland personal injury attorneys have been involved in unprecedented financial settlements. Of course, every case is different, and your settlement amount will vary greatly depending on the circumstances of the accident. However, you can rest assured that when you work with an attorney from The Cochran Firm Cleveland, we will fight for your rights and compensation with every resource and tactic available.

Auto Accidents

$32.5

Million

Settlement

$32.5 Million Settlement for passengers who were hit by a bus while riding in a van. One of the female clients required seven reconstructive surgeries and TPN intravenous nutrition for the remainder of her life due to severe internal injuries suffered during the crash.

Premise Liability

$75

Million

Settlement

$75 Million Settlement in personal injury and wrongful death at a work site. Scaffolding fell from the John Hancock building in Chicago. Families of wrongful death victims received 14.1% of the total and the rest was split between eleven injury claims.

Medical Malpractice

$32.9

Million

Jury Verdict

$32.9 Million Jury Verdict for medical malpractice involving an infant. A medical professional failed to consult the attending doctor and delayed a cesarean section birth. This delay caused the infant to suffer meconium aspiration and later died due to infection.

Product Liability

$114

Million

Jury Verdict

$114 Million Jury Verdict for product liability involving injury from electrical burns. The victim suffered burns and double arm amputations due to a defective aerial lift device used by electrical linemen to work on power lines.

Police Misconduct

$76

Million

Verdict

$76 Million Verdict against the New York City Police Department. Two undercover officers stopped a car with two male passengers under the mistaken suspicion they may have had drugs. Both car occupants were severely and unjustifiably beaten with one occupant receiving brain damage.

Civil Rights

$192.5

Million

Settlement

$192.5 Million Settlement against the Coca-Cola company for racial discrimination. Few African-Americans were allowed to advance to senior levels and top positions in the company in certain departments.