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The Cauthorn Firm - Marietta, GA

201 Cherokee St NE Marietta, GA 30060

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Updated: 05/14/2021

Marietta Personal Injury Law Firm


When people have been injured due to someone's negligence or wrongdoing, they come to The Cauthorn Firm in Atlanta, Georgia, to find a boutique law firm devoted solely to the practice of personal injury law.

Since personal injury law is all our law firm does - and does very well - clients can rest assured that our attorney has the education, knowledge, skill and background to aggressively pursue any personal injury claim and obtain the compensation that clients seek and deserve...

About The Cauthorn Firm

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  • Personal Injury



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201 Cherokee St NE Marietta, GA 30060

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