Glenda Cochran Associates is an experienced personal injury firm specializing in matters involving serious, catastrophic personal injury and wrongful death.
Glenda Cochran Associates have extensive experience representing individuals that have suffered burn injuries of all types, including thermal burns, scalds, chemical burns, burns from propane & natural gas explosions, electrical arc flash injuries, industrial burn injuries and others.
An unexpected or premature death is utterly devastating for any family, but never more so than when the loss is the result of another person’s negligence or misconduct. As experienced wrongful death attorneys, we help families during the worst of times.
Industrial accidents can cause severe or catastrophic injuries including burns, brain damage, amputations, and neurological disorders. Depending on the circumstances, you may be able to recover damages to compensate you for the pain and suffering associated with your injury as well as medical and other expenses.
Guided by the principles of justice and fundamental fairness, Glenda Cochran Associates is committed to achieving the best possible results for its clients through excellence in advocacy. Recognized as being relentless in its pursuit of justice and known for achieving great success on behalf of plaintiffs in civil litigation, our practice is limited to matters involving serious personal injury and wrongful death.
Health care professionals are required by law to maintain a certain standard of care when serving their patients. Unfortunately, medical malpractice still occurs, resulting in life-altering injuries. If you have suffered an injury due to the negligence of a health care professional, it is important to act immediately.
Glenda Cochran Associates is a serious and catastrophic personal injury firm dedicated to those who have suffered significant injuries in auto accidents, trucking accidents and motorcycle crash injuries.
Have you been injured as a result of a defective or malfunctioning product? Were you harmed because a manufacturer failed to provide ample safety warnings or mechanical guards for a product you used? Under Alabama law, you may have the right to file a product liability lawsuit against the manufacturer, distributor and others…
Explosion burn injuries frequently involve extremely flammable liquids. Unfortunately, these kinds of explosions are often caused by negligence or by delays in responding to emergencies.