When you are injured in an accident, you have two choices – you can rely on an insurance company to provide you with a settlement or you can call on an injury attorney and take legal action. When making this decision it is important to remember that insurance companies serve their own best interests first and foremost, and are dedicated to increasing their profits. An injury attorney, on the other hand, will serve your best interests and be committed to getting you every penny you deserve.
The Cochran firm personal injury attorneys have the experience and resources to handle a wide range of personal injury cases. We have a long history and tradition of obtaining some of the largest verdicts and settlements of any law firm serving New York.
A 70 year old woman suffers multiple fractures when she is struck by a delivery van.
A boy suffers brain injury after being poisoned ingesting lead paint.
A 74 year old woman suffers Carbon Monoxide Poisoning when her boiler also malfunctions.
A 28 year old woman suffers Carbon Monoxide Poisoning when her boiler malfunctions.
In an infant, due to failure to perform a timely cesarean section in response to fetal distress.
For failure to monitor an infant’s oxygen levels, resulting in Cerebral Palsey, Spastic Quadriparesis and Mental Retardation.
A car passenger is injured when a NYC Ambulance runs a red light.
A 35 year old worker is injured when a steel plate falls on his head while he is renovating an elevator.
A 15 year old student falls down an elevator shaft that has defective doors.
A 65 year old woman is injured when she falls through a gap between LIRR train and the platform.
A 28 year old worker is injured when his platform collapses while he was laying cable.
23 year old man falls from a rock-climbing wall after the safety belt breaks.
A 35 year old worker dies in a fall while working on the construction of a new building.
A worker is killed wile testing the Air Train (Train To The Plane) in Queens, N.Y.
A worker suffered a fall while caulking windows at a N.Y.C. museum.
Victim injured when a pipe dropped on him at a construction site.
In Esposito vs. NYC, the victim lost both legs as a result of a Staten Island Ferry crash.
In Brown vs. NYC, two brothers dove off an improperly marked pier, resulting in broken necks and being left quadriplegic.
In Diaz vs. NYC, another person dove off the same pier broke his neck and was left a quadriplegic.
In Starzewski vs. NYC, the accident victim has a serious accident as a result of faulty highway design.
NYC was held liable when two brothers suffered severe spinal cord injuries while diving into shallow shallow water from a pier.