Leading Atlanta Medical Malpractice Lawyers


Preventable medical malpractice kills nearly 100,000 Americans every year, making that the sixth leading cause of death. Errors kill more people annually than automobile wrecks or guns and at a cost to the economy of $29 billion. Atlanta’s caring lawyers at Cauthorn Nohr & Owen provide aggressive and experienced representation to families suffering the consequences of preventable medical errors and malpractice.

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We believe our civil justice system and the constitutional right to trial by jury can ensure accountability for preventable medical errors, improve the quality of medical care, deter wrongdoing and fairly distribute the costs of negligence from patients to the responsible parties.

Because we select our cases carefully, we can devote the resources and attention necessary to consult with nationally respected experts to develop a thorough understanding of the facts and medical issues involved as we prepare each case for trial. This trial-directed approach provides the best results for our clients, including a history of both favorable pre-trial settlements and successful verdicts.

If you suspect that you or a family member suffered medical malpractice, it is important that you promptly contact Cauthorn Nohr & Owen to handle the complex dispute. Delay only runs the risk of extending indefinitely the suffering already endured.

Read NPR articles:

How Many Die From Medical Mistakes In U.S. Hospitals

Medical Errors Are No. 3 Cause Of U.S Deaths, Researchers Say

Our Results:

  • $3,500,000 RECOVERY (Medical Malpractice): Action alleging negligent failure to diagnose hypoglycemia in infant following difficult delivery at military hospital resulting in spastic quadriplegia and developmental delays. (Jason Nohr)
  • $1,500,000 RECOVERY (Medical Malpractice): Our client suffered a perforation during a laparoscopic abdominal procedure leading to a system infection (sepsis) due to the negligence of hospital employees, causing lost wages, medical expenses, pain, suffering, and permanent injuries. (Jason Nohr)
  • $1,200,000 RECOVERY (Medical Malpractice): Action against physician for failure to appreciate patient’s increased risk of suffering heart attack and death. (Jason Nohr)
  • $950,000 RECOVERY (Medical Malpractice): Birth-injury action involving negligent interpretation of fetal heart monitoring tracing by nursing staff during delivery resulting in hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy to infant at birth. (Jason Nohr)
  • $800,000 TRIAL VERDICT (Medical Malpractice): Jury verdict and recovery for infant’s brachial plexus injury during delivery where obstetrical providers failed to warn mother about increased risks of shoulder dystocia and birth injury, failed to give informed consent and recommend delivery by Cesarean section, and negligently used improper maneuvers to deliver the infant, including use of fundal pressure. (Jason Nohr)
  • $775,000 RECOVERY (Medical Malpractice): Failure to diagnose colorectal cancer involving a negligently performed colonoscopy. (Jason Nohr)
  • $625,000 RECOVERY (Medical Malpractice): Action alleging negligent failure to diagnose and treat Group B streptococcal (GBS) meningitis in infant resulting in death. (Jason Nohr)
  • $450,000 RECOVERY (Medical Malpractice): Recovery for infant’s brachial plexus injury where obstetrical providers failed to inform mother about increased risks for shoulder dystocia and birth injury, including ultrasound measurements indicating large fetal size and maternal diabetes. (Jason Nohr)
  • $450,000 RECOVERY (Medical Malpractice): Recovery for infant’s brachial plexus injury during delivery where obstetrical providers failed to inform mother about increased risks for shoulder dystocia and birth injury, including ultrasound measurements indicating large fetal size, and failed to recommend Cesarean section and negligently used improper maneuvers during delivery, including fundal pressure. (Jason Nohr)
  • $300,000 RECOVERY (Medical Malpractice): Action involving complications for negligent post-operative care of vein graft harvested from lower extremity for heart surgery (coronary artery bypass grafting) in elderly male. (Jason Nohr)
  • $240,000 RECOVERY (Medical Malpractice): Action against physician for failure to appreciate patient’s increased risk of suffering heart attack and death. (Jason Nohr)

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