Welcome to Cohen & McMullen, P.A. Attorneys

Welcome to Cohen & McMullen, P.A. where we provide our clients with exceptional representation in a variety of practice areas including:

Personal Injury
Nursing Home Negligence
Wrongful Death
Catastrophic Injuries
Complex Business Litigation
Criminal Law,
Immigration Law

When representing victims of tortious conduct, we focus on holding those individuals and corporations responsible for their negligence or misconduct while obtaining the best possible outcome for our clients.

Our team of attorneys are dedicated to aggressively advocating for and pursuing our clients’ interests and is well-equipped to achieve our clients’ goals. With nearly 35 years of experience, our attorneys possess the skills and knowledge necessary to fight for your rights and obtain the best possible outcome.

If you believe you need an experienced attorney, we encourage you to contact our offices as soon as possible so you can speak with an attorney who can help.

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A Variety of Our Practice Areas


Personal Injury

A personal injury causes not only physical damage, but emotional harm as well.



At Cohen& McMullen, P.A. we are committed to assisting families and individuals in their immigration needs.

Wrongful Death

The death of a loved one is one of the hardest things that a person can deal with during their lifetime.

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Business Law

While often undesired, business dissolution is the final stage in the life of a corporation.

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Poor drafting, insufficient investigation, incomplete negotiation, or a combination of these is often the catalyst for contract litigation.

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Each year hundreds of thousands of exotic and high-performance vehicles are involved in collisions.

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Criminal Defense

Our attorneys have significant criminal trial experience in both state and federal courts.


Bradford Cohen In The News

Fort Lauderdale Criminal Defense Lawyer Bradford Cohen always recommends to contact a criminal defense lawyer immediately upon being questioned. Don’t Talk to Cops ask Bradford Cohen why…. Called upon for his legal commentary for Larry King, CNN, NBC and Fox News. Might be the only criminal defense lawyer Nancy Grace has ever agreed with on air.

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Recent News & Events

Tracking Your Cell Phones: FL Supreme Court Holds Tracking by Law Enforcement Unconstitutional

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The Florida Supreme Court recently handed down its ruling regarding the utilization of cell phone information by law enforcement to perform real time tracking of an individual's cell phone. In 2007, law enforcement received a tip about a large amount of narcotics moving through Broward County to Florida's west coast. Officers obtained a court Order authorizing the installation of a "pen register" and "trap and trace device" as to the Defendant's cell phone. A "pen register" records the telephone numbers dialed by the target phone while a "trap and trace device"  records the telephone numbers of incoming calls. Law enforcement then used this information provided by the cell service provider, which also included real time cell site location information given off by cell phones when calls are placed to monitor the Defendant's location in real time. In a 5-2 opinion, the majority held that the use of such cell site location information to track a person's movements, without having first demonstrated probable cause and secured a warrant, is a violation of the Fourth Amendment and constitutes an unreasonable search and seizure. The Court determined that a reasonable expectation of privacy of location as signaled by one's cell phone--even when on public roads--existed and is an expectation of privacy that society is prepared to recognize.

For Chief Justice Jorge Labarga's full opinion, click here: http://www.floridasupremecourt.org/decisions/2014/sc11-2254.pdf

Victory for Atlanta Dancers–Judge Rules in Their Favor

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Exotic dancers in Georgia are the latest group of women in the industry to prevail in their claim for fair labor practices. In his 13 page opinion, U.S. District Judge Thomas W. Thrash Jr. determined that these women were in fact “employees” rather than independent contractors based on the amount of control that club owners exerted over them. The owners at Pin-Ups had instituted several fees that it required dancers to pay: a house fee that was due on arrival to cover the dancer’s own shift, a DJ fee, and a house mom fee.