Attorney Omari Crawford is the newest addition to The Cochran Firm Atlanta. A native of Decatur, Georgia, Mr. Crawford brings tremendous passion and enthusiasm as well as a desire to learn from some of the best trial lawyers in the state.
Mr. Crawford began his tenure at The Cochran Firm Atlanta as an intern setting his sights on becoming an associate. Once he passed the Georgia State Bar in the fall of 2013, he returned to the Firm and was hired as a full-time associate a short time later.
Attorney Crawford has a strong interest in practicing personal injury law and uses his opportunity at The Cochran Firm Atlanta to further advance his legal aspirations. The law has always fascinated him, and he enjoys legal research, preparation, and presentation.
Mr. Crawford is the embodiment of what Founder Johnnie L. Cochran, Jr. wanted for his law firms: for young, ambitious attorneys to have a seat at the table and gain vital courtroom experience from more experienced litigators.
Mr. Crawford intends to live by Mr. Cochran’s expression to “search the truth” as he represents each and every client with all due diligence.
"The Cochran Firm Atlanta has done a very good job with our personal injury case. When asked questions by Harold or Stephanie, they have gotten results fast and complete. We appreciate all your help and support in our time of need. Thank you for your speedy service and your understanding."Harold L.
"I just wanted you to know how much I appreciate what you do. Losing my mother was hard and it really meant a lot to me that you took the time to talk to me every time I called. Thank you for everything you've done. The attorneys and staff at the Cochran Firm are dedicated to helping their clients."Sabrina T.
"The care and attention that was shown to my family by the Cochran Firm was unbelievable. They took a car accident case that was nearly dead and turned it into something that no one could have anticipated. The most amazing part of this process was dealing with Jane and Shean. We never felt like clients. We always felt and still feel like family."George S.