The law offices of Aitken, Aitken, and Cohn are dedicated to providing superior legal services to those who have been injured or aggrieved in a Santa Barbara personal injury case. Due to the legal firm’s superior trial skills, settlement negotiation achievements, and precedent-setting appellate decisions, Aitken, Aitken, and Cohn is nationally recognized as one of the leading personal injury firms in Southern California. During the firm’s 39 years of representing injured and aggrieved victims, it has tried or resolved more than fifty personal injury cases resulting in awards greater than one million dollars-many in excess of $20 million.
While Aitken, Aitken and Cohn prides itself in its many professional achievements, the firm derives equal satisfaction from its long held practice of treating each client with the utmost personal attention, dignified respect, and aggressive dedication their case deserves. Aitken, Aitken and Cohn limits its efforts to a small and select number of cases in order to best achieve this objective.
Darren O’Leary Aitken, a Southern California native, is one of the firm’s partners whose professional achievements and recognitions have brought Aitken, Aitken and Cohn its astounding reputation. Since 1992, Darren O’Leary Aitken has been representing the victims of personal injury in a myriad of trial and appellate cases in state and federal court. He has held prominent positions within a number of legal organizations, including the Constitutional Rights Foundation of Orange County, the Orange County Hispanic Bar Association, and other outstanding organizations dedicated to protecting the legal interests of all consumers. Mr. Aitken was named a 2004 “Rising Star” and a California “Super Lawyer” in 2005.
The following is just one example of the many personal injury cases Aitken, Aitken and Cohn has had the privilege of litigating for its valued clients. In 1990, a young college student was rendered a quadriplegia after suffering serious injuries as a passenger in his own vehicle. Aitken, Aitken and Cohn’s client, David J., suffered amnesia after the driver of his vehicle, defendant Sally B., ran a red light and broadsided another vehicle. The defendant tried to capitalize on the victim’s amnesia by claiming that she was not driving at the time of the accident. With the help of expert witnesses, the plaintiff was able to demonstrate that the nature of the collision damage and the David’s final position proved that Ms. B. was the driver of the vehicle. Aitken, Aitken and Cohn secured a trial verdict providing nearly seven million dollars in compensation to the victim in this “whodunit” personal injury case.
If you or a loved one has suffered a personal injury, Aitken, Aitken and Cohn would like the opportunity to help you. If the law firm is unable, they can recommend a highly respected attorney who is best suited to meet your needs. Aitken, Aitken, and Cohn provides a free consultation to personal injury victims who would like to learn more about their legal rights and options.