in Alabama

What Our Clients Are Saying

When we met Ms. Cochran, she took over everything and we didn’t have to worry about anything
They made sure we were okay, and showed that they really cared.
Ameshia Conner
I appreciate Glenda and Matt with all my heart for everything that they have done for me
Charlie And Sandra

Our Results



By investigating every detail of your case to maximize your compensation, we’ve recovered over $150 million for our clients.




Glenda Cochran Associates has been recognized among the best personal injury attorneys in Birmingham, Alabama and the US. We take the time to understand our clients and their needs, and we will not stop until we uncover the truth. In our experience, the truth is far more empowering than obtaining a quick settlement.

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“Committed to the foundations of accountability, fairness, and excellence, it is my privilege to provide the best possible legal representation for my clients and their families.”

Glenda Cochran

Founder of Glenda Cochran Associates

FAQ for Personal Injury AttorneysFAQ for Personal Injury AttorneysFAQ for Personal Injury Attorneys

Yes. All causes of action have prescribed statutes of limitation, and suit must be filed within that time or be forever barred. Further, it is important for us to begin investigating your case, collecting evidence, and taking statements as soon as possible.

Yes. According to Alabama personal injury law, you can sue for economic, non-economic (including pain and suffering), and sometimes, punitive damages.

Talking to us is free. At Glenda Cochran Associates, we don’t get paid unless you recover.

This depends on many factors, such as the nature of your case, the amount of medical expenses and lost wages, whether there is willful conduct, the severity of your injuries, and any future impairment.

Each case is different, and the length of time for each case is based on a multitude of factors including the court, the complexity of the case, and the number of parties. At the outset, your medical condition must stabilize before a final resolution can be reached.