DC/MD/VA Nursing Home Abuse Lawyer to Appear on Nationally Televised Ring of Fire Radio This Sunday
08/24/2013

The Cochran Firm DC nursing home lawyer to appear on the nationally televised Ring of Fire program following a recent $1.45 million trial victory in Spotsylvania County, Virginia Circuit Court

Online PR News – 24-August-2013 – Washington, DC – The Cochran Firm, DC today announces the that nursing home abuse and neglect attorney W. Charles Meltmar will appear this Sunday (August 25) at 12 p.m. eastern on Ring of Fire, a nationally syndicated talk radio and television program hosted by Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Mike Papantonio, and Sam Seder. Meltmar will discuss his recent $1.45 million trial victory in a nursing home abuse and neglect case. Meltmar won the case for the family of a deceased man who suffered severe burns while under the care of a Virginia nursing home facility.

The victim in the case incurred large medical expenses, pain and suffering, and disfiguring injuries. He retained The Cochran Firm DC’s nursing home lawyers to represent him in order to recover the cost of these damages. Meltmar effectively presented the client’s tragic story of a nursing home’s corporate owners that put profits before people and the jury returned a verdict of $1.45 million.

Ring of Fire broadcasts a weekly progressive talk radio show broadcast on 42 radio stations across America and hosts a one-hour weekly TV program on Free Speech TV. Free Speech TV is carried on the following systems:

• Dish Network: Channel 9415
• DirecTV: Channel 348
• Roku: Free Speech TV in Roku Channel Store
• Burlington Telecom (VT): Channel 122
• Ashland Fiber Network (OR): Channel 96
Free Speech TV may also be viewed 24/7 online at www.freespeech.org as well as on www.FilmOn.com. You can watch the FilmOn feed on iOS devices - like the iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch – and Android phones, tablets, and music devices.

W. Charles Meltmar is available for comment regarding this significant verdict. Please contact The Cochran Firm DC at 202-682-5800 to schedule availability.