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Wrongful death lawsuits involving deadly guardrails and negligence lawsuits against Rockbridge Adventures and FedEx

After a Channel 2 special investigation that revealed deadly road guardrails, Georgia’s Department of Transportation is preparing to develop an inventory system to locate and replace outdated guardrail ends. In the 1990’s the federal government told states to remove the dangerous breakaway cable terminals (BCT); however, an investigation by Jodie Fleischer found more than 300 […]

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Fatal Truck collisions claim a disabled musician and a 4-year-old; Stricter truck driving regulations being drafted after 10 I-16 fatalities in 16 months

Frank Barham, the 59-year-old musician who was traveling 30 miles-a-day towards Savannah in his wheelchair, for charity was killed when a van that had been hit by a loaded gas tractor-trailer crashed into Barham’s wheelchair. According to reports, James Strickland and Margaret Kargbo, were also killed in the accident. 34-year-old Carrie Johnson, who was a […]

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Ask The Experts: A FREE Legal Clinic

Johnnie L. Cochran, Jr. (1937-2005) The Cochran Firm Atlanta   Commemorating the 10 year anniversary of the passing of our legendary founder Johnnie L. Cochran, Jr. Sunday, March 29, 2015 1:00-5:00pm GREENBRIAR MALL 2841 Greenbriar Parkway SW Atlanta, GA 30331 (next to Blessed Beauty Supply & adjacent to Food Court) Please join The Cochran Firm […]

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Cochran Firm sending Jackson High students to see “Selma”

Students from Maynard Jackson High School when get a chance to see the movie “Selma” on Thursday, thanks to the law firm founded by the late Johnnie Cochran. The students will also participate in a social media campaign highlighting their thoughts on current social justice issues. Local television personality and Cochran’s daughter, Tiffany Cochran, will […]

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Controversy in Changes to Trucking Restart Rule

In July 2013, Congress implemented the “Restart Rule” which required that truck drivers, who average 70 hours a week, to take a 34 hours break every seven days. The rule also requires that the break periods include the hours of 1 a.m. and 5 a.m. twice within those 34 hours. In the 2015 Omnibus Appropriations […]

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Shean Williams Interview With Business RadioX

Shean Decarlos Williams is a Partner and trial Attorney in the Atlanta office of the Cochran Firm – Cochran, Cherry, Givens, Smith, Sistrunk, & Sams.  Mr. Williams pursued an academic and football career at Miami University in Ohio, where he received a Bachelor’s degree in Finance in 1993.  He obtained his Juris Doctorate from Georgia […]

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What Information do Onboard Computers Provide in Truck Accident Cases?

Through technological advances, many trucking companies today have their drivers use onboard computers.  An onboard computer is a small device installed into the truck’s cab.  Much like a regular computer, it hooks up to other device drivers that provide the capability of printing, scanning and live communication exchange.  The onboard computer also interfaces with temperature […]

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