Booming Interest in Boating Is Leading to More Deaths and Accidents

There has been an incredible uptick in interest in boating over the last few years. While boating can be a fun activity, it can also be dangerous when boat operators do not know what they are doing or operate the boat in an unsafe manner. Along with the increased interest in boating, there has also… read more

Recognizing the Effects of Infant Asphyxia and Cerebral Palsy

Infant asphyxia is a serious medical condition that can cause lifelong consequences and complications. If your child suffered from this condition, here is the information you need to know. What Is Infant Asphyxia? Asphyxia is a lack of oxygen and blood flow to the brain. This condition sometimes occurs during or immediately after birth. Because… read more

Aitken Aitken Cohn is Investigating the Orange County Wildfires

  The Orange County injury attorneys at Aitken Aitken Cohn are closely monitoring claims connected to the Coastal Fire that started May 11, 2022, in a brush near Aliso Woods Canyon, which then spread to the gated community in Laguna Niguel. The Orange County Register reported the fire prompted the evacuation of some nearby homes… read more

Casey Johnson authors article for OCTLA’s The Gavel

AAC’s Casey Johnson recently wrote an article for OCTLA’s The Gavel “Taking on the State: Effectively Litigating Against Governmental Entities” explaining why handling cases against a governmental entity is not for the casual litigator, and how proceeding into governmental liability matters without an understanding of the protections afforded can be a recipe for disaster. Read… read more

Wylie Aitken Offers Legal Insight to the LA Daily Journal Following Oil Spill

A massive oil spill off the Orange County coast has leaked more than 126,000 gallons of crude oil into the sea, forcing beaches to close to the public and damaging the environment. As investigators determine what caused the spill, AAC’s founding partner Wylie Aitken offered his legal insight to the Los Angeles Daily Journal, discussing… read more

Wylie Aitken Quoted in the Voice of OC Following Huntington Beach Oil Spill

In the wake of the oil spill disaster off the coast of Orange County there are mounting concerns from local business owners. As a prominent voice in the legal community, Wylie Aitken explains to the Voice of Orange County the different types of legal action that might apply in this of situation. To read the… read more

Casey Johnson Co-Authors Article in Orange County Lawyer Magazine

Ashleigh Recognized by Best Lawyers in Women in Law Business Edition

Aitken Aitken Cohn is proud to announce Ashleigh Aitken was recognized by Best Lawyers in its Spring 2021 Women in Law Business Edition. The issue recognizes some of the top legal professionals in the legal community from throughout the country. Ashleigh was honored in the Personal Injury Litigation section for the Orange County (CA) region…. read more

Michael Recognized by Selective Service System for His Contributions to the Organization

Michael Penn was recognized by the Selective Service System for his contributions to the organization where he has been a longtime board member. Regional Director Steven L. Kett sent Michael a gracious letter and a certificate thanking him for his “dedication, commitment, and outstanding citizenship.” You can read the full letter below. Dear Mr. Penn… read more

Chris Receives Warm Review from Client Andrew P.

By Aitken Aitken Cohn Recently, a client gave Partner Chris Aitken a touching review thanking him for handling his case. In the review, the client, Andrew P., talks about some of the staples of the relationships Aitken Aitken Cohn makes sure to establish with our clients. That of trust, communication, and results. Oftentimes, going through… read more