Kayann Chambers

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Kayann Chambers is an attorney with The Cochran Firm Washington, D.C. office and handles personal injury and medical malpractice cases. Kayann has always had a passion to represent those without a voice. She is a native of South Florida and earned her undergraduate and graduate degree from Florida State University. In graduate school she focused on an… Read more »

Sandra H. Robinson

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Sandra H. Robinson, an experienced trial attorney with The Cochran Firm, D.C., handles catastrophic medical malpractice and personal injury cases. She has settled or won at trial malpractice cases in the six- and seven-figure range; in a single year she won more than $20 million in jury awards on behalf of victims of malpractice. Ms…. Read more »

Marla Peterson

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Marla Peterson is a Legal Nurse Consultant with The Cochran Firm, D.C. Marla graduated with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from Emory University in Atlanta, GA. She subsequently worked for 14 years as a Registered Nurse in Critical Care Units, Coronary Care Units, and for two years in Emergency Departments. For more than… Read more »

James Bailous

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James Bailous has been a full-time employee of the Cochran Firm for the past seven years, accumulating knowledgeable experience in a wide range of personal injury, premise liability, and medical malpractice investigations. James Bailous served six years as a Law Enforcement Officer in the United States Air Force (National Guard). James has been a certified… Read more »

Rabiah Abdullah

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Rabiah Abdullah began her legal career with a medical malpractice team defending personal injury claims.  Since then, for over a decade she has represented injured clients and worked as a civil rights advocate, litigating local and federal claims based on race, ethnicity, gender, and police brutality. Attorney Abdullah has been admitted to the D.C. Court… Read more »