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Preexisting Injuries: How to Win Compensation for Injuries That You Had Before Your Accident

By Atticus Wegman At Aitken Aitken Cohn, we work hard to ensure that our clients are fully compensated for their injuries, including injuries that were aggravated in an accident. From time to time, our clients will tell us that they are not sure if their injuries are related to the accident because they had symptoms… read more

A Statement From Aitken Aitken Cohn on the Chester Family Case

By Aitken Aitken Cohn We wish to acknowledge all of the good wishes, compliments, and inquiries we have received in regard to our retention to represent the Chester Family arising from the devastating losses they suffered on January 26, 2020, in the helicopter crash that killed several individuals, including Kobe Bryant. Out of respect to… read more

Icing on the Cake (From the OCTLA’s The Gavel)

By Atticus Wegman and Ryan Drakulich This piece was originally published in the OCTLA’s print edition of The Gavel in the Winter 2020 edition (Volume 23, Number 1) as the cover story. Sounds good, right? Well let’s go get some. Here’s the scenario: your client is injured in a motor vehicle crash. You attempt to… read more

Changes in Trucking Industry Make Roads More Dangerous

By Casey Johnson Aitken*Aitken*Cohn has prided itself on successfully representing clients in trucking cases for decades resulting in numerous seven and eight-figure recoveries for our clients. Unfortunately, during the current pandemic, steps have been taken on the national level to make roadways more dangerous for travelers. Since 1938, the Hours of Service Act has limited… read more

Casey Johnson Receives Heartfelt Letter From Client

Recently, one of our clients sent a letter to firm partner Casey Johnson regarding a case he handled for her. The letter is a heartfelt and personal message for Casey, thanking him for all the help he provided through one of the most difficult times in her life. You can read the letter below. Dear… read more

Are You Adequately Protected?

By Casey Johnson At Aitken*Aitken*Cohn, we regularly get to meet the greatest people under the worst circumstances—after serious injuries or the death of a loved one. While our profession necessarily requires us to help individuals and families put the pieces together after an oftentimes catastrophic event, we also work diligently to help “get the word… read more

The Coronavirus Exposes Inadequate Elder Care

By Casey Johnson Over twenty-five years ago, California was a national leader in passing legislation to protect the elderly and dependent adults living in nursing homes and assisted living facilities/residential care facilities for the elderly. Despite California’s commitment to preventing physical abuse of the elderly, nursing homes and senior living facilities throughout the state have… read more

Aitken*Aitken*Cohn helping the fight to protect consumers

By Casey Johnson Aitken*Aitken*Cohn has a long history of being active in and supporting the Consumer Attorneys of California (CAOC), the statewide organization representing consumers and attorneys who represent them. Founding Partner Wylie A. Aitken is a Past President of the organization, and is the youngest person ever to serve as President of the organization… read more

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources

We understand these are difficult times and it can be challenging to navigate the internet to find information regarding the  Coronavirus (COVID-19).  We are monitoring the news and will be frequently updating our directory for resources and information. STATE NEWS For the latest information on California’s response to COVID-19, visit the California Department of Health… read more

Concerned About Meeting In Person Due to Coronavirus?

Get Your Free Initial Consultation From Home This is uncharted time in our history, but injuries don’t stop for anything, not even the Coronavirus (COVID-19). At Aitken*Aitken*Cohn, we want to assure our clients and potential clients that we are still here to serve you. Although our approach to connect may be different than usual, our… read more