As simple as it sounds, I see my job as giving a voice to individuals in a system where they would not otherwise have one. Over the last twenty-plus years, I have stood up for countless men and women who have been injured or wronged through no fault of their own, and I have helped them navigate the ever-shifting legal minefields with the goal of achieving substantial justice.
My mission is equally as simple: I will do my best for you. I understand that making the decision to hire a lawyer and to stand up for your legal rights is often a difficult decision; I want my clients to know that what happened to you is personal to me. If I am fortunate enough to represent you, I will relentlessly fight for your rights.
While I have been extremely blessed to be entrusted with complex lawsuits over the years, I do enjoy spending quality time with my family and especially enjoy hiking. In fact, when I am not working on a lawsuit, I am more likely than not out on some trail with my wife, Stephanie, and our dog, Scout.
Licensed Since: 1998
Education: Samford University Cumberland School of Law. Chris graduated cum laude, was an editor for the Cumberland Law Review, and was a Cordell Hull Teaching Fellow. By special invitation from Governor Albert Brewer, Chris was an honorary member of the Birmingham Chapter of the American Inns of Court. He has published scholarly articles dealing with the taxation of punitive damage awards and the spoliation of evidence. While in law school, Chris was a member of both the ATLA National trial competition team and the ABA National trial competition team; he was the winner of the ABA Southeastern Regional Trial competition and was awarded Outstanding Advocate by the American College of Trial Lawyers. Since graduating, Chris was awarded Best Advocate at Travelers Indemnity Company’s North American trial school.
Practice Areas: All areas of Civil Litigation, Consumer Fraud, and Termite Protection Services
Chris Cochran is an experienced trial lawyer at Campbell Law P.C., with a thorough understanding of trial advocacy, consumer fraud, and termite protection services litigation. Chris has successfully argued and pled appeals before the Alabama Court of Civil Appeals, the Alabama Supreme Court and the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.
In 1994, Chris obtained Bachelor of Science degrees in both psychology and sociology, with a certificate in Criminology and Corrections, from the University of Utah, and his Juris Doctor from Samford University Cumberland School of Law in 1998.
For over 20 years, Chris has been fortunate to be able to provide legal services to the hard-working men and women of Alabama and is ready, willing, and able to fight for you.