Many Americans die because of the negligence of others. Many lose their ability to provide for their families or enjoy the simple pleasures in life. Others are harmed by corporations that value profits over personal safety, or by insurance companies that refuse to honor their obligations. When there’s a need for a personal injury lawyer, Atlanta turns to Cauthorn Nohr & Owen.
Our trial attorneys have a proven track record of success representing families victimized by the negligence of others. Unlike some “settlement mills,” we are committed to providing each client with the individualized attention by thoroughly preparing each case for trial.
Most of our clients come to us by word- of-mouth recommendations based on our reputation in the community for integrity, dedicated representation and outstanding results in hundreds of important cases over the years. That is why we are Atlanta’s caring lawyers.
Our attorneys handle a wide variety of personal injury and wrongful death cases, including:
- Motor vehicle and motorcycle collisions
- Trucking and commercial vehicle collisions
- Intentional injury or assault and battery
- Recreational boating and jet ski accidents
- Swimming injuries and drowning
- Negligence and intentional torts
- Insurance company “bad faith” misconduct
- Nursing home neglect and abuse
- Negligent supervision of minors
- Hazardous premises
- Inadequate security cases
- Contaminated food and food borne illnesses
Victims of personal injury accidents are entitled to compensation for their injuries, medical bills and expenses; lost wages; pain and suffering; loss of enjoyment of life; reduced earning capacity, and for other costs resulting from the negligence or recklessness of others. Our attorneys have extensive experience assisting individuals and families conduct obtain accountability and fair compensation for a wide range of injuries, including the following:
- Traumatic brain injuries
- Wrongful death
- Infection and sepsis
- Burns, scarring, and lacerations
- Neck, back, and spinal cord injuries
- Paralysis, quadriplegia, and paraplegia
- Fractures, breaks, and dislocations
- Permanent impairment and disability
- Knee and shoulder injuries
- Torn ligaments and rotator cuffs
- Herniated and ruptured vertebra and discs
Our attorneys have won settlements for clients throughout metro Atlanta and Georgia, including Marietta, Kennesaw, Canton, Acworth, Woodstock, Cartersville, Savannah, Albany, Jonesboro, Decatur, Macon, Columbus, Augusta, Rome, Duluth, Athens and Griffin.
Serious Personal Injury/Wrongful Death
$2,000,000 RECOVERY (Boating Collision): Action alleging negligent failure to maintain a proper lookout while operating a motorboat on a Georgia lake causing the death of a swimmer. (Tom Cauthorn and Jason Nohr)
$1,500,000 RECOVERY (Product Liability/ Foodborne Illness): Action against major food manufacturer for illness caused by meat contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, a deadly foodborne pathogen. (Jason Nohr)
$425,000 RECOVERY (Nursing Home): Action for negligent care of resident who developed multiple decubitus ulcers. (Jason Nohr)
$400,000 RECOVERY (Nursing Home): Action for negligent care of resident with dementia at risk for falls resulting in fractured hip and death. (Jason Nohr)
$355,000 RECOVERY (Golf cart collision): Action alleging negligent supervision of a minor resulting in injuries (including fractured femur) to resort guest hit by runaway golf cart (Jason Nohr).
$305,000 RECOVERY (Automobile Wreck): Automobile Wreck Causing wrist injury requiring two surgeries. (Jason Nohr)
$200,000 RECOVERY (Automobile Wreck): Automobile collision causing shoulder and soft tissue injuries and surgery. (Tom Cauthorn and Marijane Cauthorn)
$120,000.00 RECOVERY (Automobile Wreck): Automobile collision causing back injury and surgery. (Jason Nohr)
$92,000 RECOVERY (Automobile Wreck): Automobile collision causing back injuries. (Tom Cauthorn and Wick Cauthorn)
$65,000 RECOVERY (Dog Bite): Negligent supervision of minor resulting in dog bite injuries to two-year-old child by family pet. (Jason Nohr)