Cochran, Foley & Associates, P.C. Michigan Personal Injury Attorneys
The Law Offices of Cochran, Foley & Associates, P.C. is comprised of Michigan personal injury attorneys
dedicated to representing individuals and families who have suffered catastrophic losses as a result of injuries, disabilities or death.
As the top Michigan accident attorneys in the state, Cochran, Foley &
Associates primary consideration is financial compensation. We also realize, however, that the injured victim and their family must have guarantees of future
security, including health insurance, payment for wage loss, educational trust funds, etc.
Experienced Injury Attorneys of Michigan Deliver Results
Cochran, Foley & Associates relies upon the significant professional accomplishments of our staff
of highly qualified Michigan injury lawyers to work for the best interests of our clients. As personal injury lawyers in Michigan, we put all of our efforts,
skills and expertise into obtaining the highest settlement possible for our clients.
Michigan Lawyers for Auto, Car, and Truck Accidents
If you have been involved in an automobile accident in
Michigan you should take advantage of our free consultation because you may be entitled to receive thousands of dollars every month that you otherwise might
miss out on.
An automobile accident, no matter how serious, almost always has economic consequences. But when injuries
are involved, the economic consequences can quickly mount up to tragic proportions.
Without warning, families on a tight budget are faced with almost overwhelming questions, such as: who
will pay for my medical bills, now and in the future? Who will pay for my car that damaged or totaled? How can I keep food on the table and the roof over the
head of my family when all these sudden major costs have to be met?
The best protection the victim can have is to seek consultation from an auto accident attorney, especially a car accident
lawyer who specializes in No Fault law.
Michigan Attorney Terry Cochran on Drunk Driving
Medical Malpractice Lawyer
Most people do not realize that more than 700,000 Americans die each year because of medical mistakes.
Victims and their families need a medical malpractice attorney to uncover the truth because most medical malpractice
mistakes are covered up by doctors and hospitals. As an attorney and Registered Nurse, Lynn Foley has knowledge and insight of the operating room as well as
the courtroom. Call our office at 800-322-5543 for a free consultation or click here to tell us about your case. FREE CONSULTATION
Over the last several years, many women have undergone a procedure commonly known as a bladder suspension
or bladder sling for pelvic organ prolapse or stress urinary incontinence. Doctors surgically implant mesh within the pelvis to provide support for the bladder
and other female organs.
Unfortunately, many women develop side effects including: chronic pain, tissue damage, infections, incontinence
and other related dysfunctions, including pain during intimate relations. These problems compromise their quality of life and may be permanent.
The mesh manufacturers failed to conduct proper testing and then failed to adequately inform women of
known side effects before they underwent the surgical procedure. As a result you may be entitled to money damages from the mesh manufacturer.
If you are having any problems with your sugically implanted vaginal mesh, please call my office at:
Recently, the Center for Disease Control & Prevention announced a meningitis outbreak associated
with steroid injections. The injections were given into the back to relieve pain. The steroid injection may have contained a fungus causing fungal meningitis.
The symptoms include:
Worsening of neck or back pain
Chills and fever
If you or a family member have received back injections to relieve pain, you may develop fungal meningitis.
Call me Terry Cochran, of the Law Offices of Cochran, Foley & Associates, P.C. immediately for a free consultation: 800-322-5543.
Social Security Disability or Supplemental Security Income Claim Denial
Almost 70 percent of all SSD and SSI claims are denied upon initial
application. If you have applied for Social Security Disabilityor Supplemental Security Income
and have been denied you should immediately call our office at 800-322-5543 for a free consultation to insure your appeal is filed in a timely manner
and that it meets procedural and legal requirements.
Anyone who has had a hip replacement in the past seven years
should contact their doctor to see if the DuPuy ASR device was used. If so, the doctor may want to order blood tests to see if metal breakdown has started and
to determine chromium and cobalt levels.
A lawyer from Cochran, Foley & Associates, PC, will strongly advise that our client provide the surgeon
with written instructions about saving tissue samples and keeping the ASR devise after it is removed. It is critical that the surgeon receive these instructions
The Law Offices of Cochran, Foley & Associates, P.C. are workmans compensation Michigan attorneys dedicated to representing individuals who have suffered catastrophic
losses as a result of injuries sustained at work. Were leading worker's compensation Michigan attorneys and look forward to answering any questions you
As a service to you we've written several articles that will help you understand
your rights, and when you should ťand shouldn't contact workman's compensation Michigan attorneys. We hope this service is as useful to you as actually
contacting a workman's compensation lawyer in Michigan.
Free Consultation with Personal Injury Lawyers of Michigan
Cochran and Foley will provide a free consultation with one of our
injury attorneys of Michigan, either on the telephone, over the Internet, or in person at your home or, if necessary, hospital room. You will be charged a contingency
fee which means that the attorney will only be paid a fee if a recovery is made. As a consequence, our skill and judgment justify our fee, not a bill.
Let Cochran, Foley & Associates Michigan injury lawyers fight for your rights.
Michigan No-Fault Insurance Changes
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Terry Cochran explains where we are today with Michigan No-Fault Insurance and the benefits
of the current structure. Since 1973, Michigan has had one of the most progressive no-fault laws. We have guarantees for accident victims that medical
bills and full care will be covered for life.
Proposed changes will limit access to medical care providers and limit the amount of money available
for auto accident victims. The lowest coverage is $500,000. In the case of a catastrophic injury, that amount will be spent within the first
The elderly are particularly vulnerable. Seniors do not want to be a
burden to their families, and it's pretty clear that Medicare just won't have funds to cover these expenses.
The insurance companies say the changes will allow for lower insurance premiums, but they make no commitments.
Proponents of the proposed changes have a legitimate claim that medical and care expenses need more controls. Terry is supportive of increased oversight of
medical services. Better reviews by the medical community of services and goods is appropriate and needed.
Listen to this 13-minute discussion with Alan Caldwell of AnnArbor.com's Everything Elderly