Washington Post: Family of man who died near D.C. fire station files lawsuit, represented by Karen Evans of The Cochran Firm, D.C.

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The Washington Post covered The Cochran Firm, D.C.’s press conference announcing the filing of a $7 million wrongful death lawsuit stemming from the failure of fire and EMS department to help Medric Cecil Mills, who was not helped after he suffered a fatal heart attack across the street from a fire station in Northeast D.C. The… Read more »

CBS WUSA 9 covers $7.7 million wrongful death lawsuit by family represented by The Cochran Firm, D.C.

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WUSA 9, CBS’ Washington, D.C. affiliate, covered The Cochran Firm, D.C.’s press conference announcing the filing of a $7.7 million wrongful death lawsuit stemming from the death of Medric Cecil Mills, Jr. Mills suffered a medical emergency across the street from a Northeast D.C. fire station, but firefighters and EMS workers inside the fire station… Read more »

WTOP: Family of man (represented by The Cochran Firm) who died outside D.C. fire station files wrongful death suit

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WTOP covered The Cochran Firm, D.C.’s press conference announcing the filing of a $7.7 million wrongful death lawsuit stemming from the death of Medric Cecil Mills, Jr., who suffered a medical emergency across the street from a D.C. fire station but was not provided help by firefighters or EMS workers. Karen Evans, partner with The Cochran… Read more »

Washington Times: D.C. family sues city over death of patriarch refused help by emergency workers

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On June 3, 2015, the Washington Times covered The Cochran Firm, D.C.’s press conference announcing a $7.7 million wrongful death lawsuit arising from the untimely death of Medric Cecil Mills, Jr. Mills collapsed from a heart attack across the street from a Northeast Washington, D.C. fire station, but firefighters inside the station refused to provide… Read more »