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The Cochran Firm New York — In Pursuit of Justice for the Ordinary Citizen

Welcome to the NYC office of The Cochran Firm, a law firm founded by legendary attorney Johnnie L. Cochran, Jr. over four decades ago. With offices nationwide and a team of some of the country’s most experienced and aggressive personal injury attorneys and criminal defense lawyers, The Cochran Firm has reputation for tireless and effective legal representation. The attorneys at the NYC office specialize in personal injury, auto accidents, medical malpractice, civil rights violations, and employment discrimination.

If you are in need of an attorney, please call (212) 553-9215 today to schedule a free consultation.

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Drowsy Driving

Americans are busier than ever. There never seems to be enough hours in a day when balancing work, family, and personal lives. This has led to the increased risk of drowsy driving, the dangerous combination of driving and sleepiness or fatigue. Drowsy driving has become a major problem in the U.S. According to the National

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What if I Can’t Afford a Lawyer?

Represent Yourself Representing yourself in court is never advised, but it has been done, generally only occurring in small civil trials. If you do decide to represent yourself, it is crucial to learn the law and rules that apply to your case. Although deciding to represent yourself is an option, you are expected to know

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What is “Contributory Negligence?”

When a personal injury case arises, the jury will allocate responsibility to all parties reasonably involved. The amount of damages the plaintiff can collect, if any, is dependent on the state in which the accident partakes. Contributory Negligence In a pure contributory negligence state, the plaintiff is barred from recovering if he or she acted

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Questions Your Potential Employer Cannot Ask You According to The EEOC

Have you ever gone to an interview for a potential job and been asked a question you felt was a bit too personal? The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) prohibits employers from asking certain questions during the interview process. It is important for employers to be aware of the standards outlined by EEOC before conducting

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