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Daniel J. Nagel

Attorney (Hon.) Daniel J. Nagel’s career is dedicated to standing up for those who need help the most in the judicial system.
 
Daniel graduated in the top of his class from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School where he served as an editor for the Law Review.  While in school Daniel interned for a Superior Court Judge as well as the Clayton County District Attorney’s Office.  After graduation, Daniel worked for the largest criminal defense firm in Georgia where he represented indigent clients.  Here, Daniel used his experience as a prosecutor to gather evidence and use the rule of law to assist his clients.  In addition, Daniel gained valuable courtroom experience arguing motions and conducting jury trials.
 
Daniel then went back to his home of Clayton County where he worked as an Assistant District Attorney.  Here, Daniel assisted in ensuring justice for victims and their families.  During this time, Daniel conducted and participated in jury trials ranging from murder, aggravated assault, armed robbery, and trafficking of cocaine.  During his tenure as an Assistant District Attorney he was the only trial-line ADA to write his own appellate briefs.  This lead to Daniel arguing before the Georgia Court of Appeals on a 4th Amendment issue against one of the state’s top criminal defense attorneys.  It is of note, that all appeals he wrote were affirmed by the higher courts in Georgia.
 
After practicing for nearly five years in the criminal field, Daniel began practicing personal injury law with a small firm in Norcross, Georgia.  Here, he used his experience in representing those who needed help the most to assist injured Georgians.  During his tenure Daniel litigated more than 200 cases and recovered more than $5million dollars for his clients.
 
In 2018, Daniel took advantage of an opportunity to join a growing injury firm in Buckhead, Georgia.  There, he assisted in growing the personal injury department from 12 people to over 60.  In 2019, Daniel recovered more than $6million dollars for his clients setting a firm record.  As a result, Daniel became the Managing Attorney overseeing both the personal injury and worker’s compensation departments.  Under his leadership, the firm grew exponentially.  The firm was able to hire more than 3x the number of lawyers they had when he first began.  In addition, Daniel was instrumental in working with attorneys to maximize case values for clients.
 
In December of 2021, Daniel made the move to work with Alexander Shunnarah Injury Lawyers because he believes in his ability to maximize recover for clients – both physically and economically.   The opportunity to work with the brightest attorneys and staff in the industry was too good to pass up.  Therefore, Daniel left his management job to once again work directly with clients who’ve been injured.
 
Daniel is a life-long resident of Clayton County and currently serves as the Immediate Past-President of the Clayton County Bar Association.  In addition, Daniel also serves the citizens of his hometown by sitting as a Magistrate Court judge.

Jonathan Rosenburg

Jonathan Rosenburg has always lived in the Southeast. He was born in Knoxville, Tennessee, and would live in Blacksburg, Virginia, and Florence Alabama, before finally coming to reside in the State of Georgia where he attended high school in Clayton County, Georgia. Jonathan graduated from the University of Georgia with a B.A. in History and a Minor in Philosophy. After graduation, Jonathan, continued his education at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School where he received a Juris Doctorate degree in 2012.

Jonathan began his legal career at the largest criminal defense firm in the Southeast, where he worked as court appointed counsel for thousands of indigent clients. During his tenure with the firm, Jonathan became known as a zealous advocate and a fierce litigator in the courtroom. As a criminal defense attorney, Jonathan defended well over fifty clients in front of juries and argued hundreds of motions on behalf of his client in front of the Georgia Courts. Jonathan worked tirelessly to protect the rights of his client, even to the point of successfully overturning a client’s wrongful conviction by taking that client’s case to the Georgia Court of Appeals.

Jonathan began his work in personal injury at a small firm in Norcross, Georgia.  Jonathan moved on to work for another personal injury law firm in the heart of Buckhead, before joining Alexander Shunnarah Trial Attorneys in November 2021. As a personal injury attorney, Jonathan has represented clients all over the State of Georgia and helped them fight back against the greedy insurance companies that are only concerned about their bottom line. When an insurance company refuses to pay what it takes to make his clients whole, Jonathan does not hesitate to file suit in order to seek the justice his clients all deserve under the law. Jonathan has helped thousands of clients recover millions of dollars for their injuries.   

Jonathan is proud to call Atlanta, Georgia his home.

“I consider trial by jury as the only anchor ever yet imagined by man, by which a government can be held to the principles of its constitution.” – Thomas Jefferson

Kristina Ducos

Kristina was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY but made her way to the south which she now calls home when she graduated with her Bachelor’s degree from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte. Kristina then relocated to Atlanta where she received her Juris Doctorate Degree from Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School. While at Atlanta’s John Marshall Law she graduated from the Criminal Justice Honors Program and was also a recipient of the Equal Justice of America Scholarship Award which promotes pro bono legal work for the community at large.

For the past five years Attorney Ducos has specialized in personal injury civil litigation earning her several honors including but not limited to:

  • The Association of America’s Top Lawyers 40 under 40 in 2018
  • Superlawyer Top 40 under 40 for Plaintiff’s Attorneys in 2019, 2020 & 2021
  • 40 under 40 National Trial Lawyers Association for Plaintiff’s Attorney 2019.

Attorney Ducos is also a faculty member of the National Business Institute teaching continued learning education courses for attorneys in Advanced Deposition Strategies and key deposition techniques.

She currently handles complex litigation including negligent security , dog bite liability, wrongful death, and catastrophic injury cases. Kristina is licensed to practice law in the State of Georgia in both State and Federal Court.

Noah Moore

Noah Moore is a 28-year-old native of Jackson MS. He is the son of Noah and Delilah Moore. He has 3 brothers Jonathan Joshua and Josiah. He graduated from Rust College, the oldest Historically Black College in the State of Mississippi. He graduated in 2014 with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Scienceand a minor in Pre-Law. He held numerous positions while at Rust. Student Government Association President, NAACP President, and Pre-Law Society President just to name a few. Immediately after undergrad he traveled to Indiana to begin his law school career. He graduated in 2017 with his JD. He took the bar and made the best decision to move down to Georgia to begin his legal career. Since moving to Georgia, he has been with Cambre and Associates. He was recently promoted to Senior Associate of the firm in only just 3 years of practicing.

Noah enjoys advocating for his clients during turbulent times whether through pre-suit or litigation. He has recouped millions of dollars for his clients for various subject matters including but not limited to: motor vehicle collisions, slip and falls, negligent security on commercial property, and nursing home cases. His hobbies include attending New Orleans Saints games, working, and spending time with his friends.

Fun fact about Noah he is an undefeated quiz bowl champion. He traveled across the country competing against different universities in trivia matches on different topics.

Kenny Metzger

Kenneth A. Metzger has focused his practice primarily on personal injury cases with an emphasis on truck wrecks, automobile wrecks, slip and fall cases, and breach of contract cases. He has successfully tried cases in both district and circuit court in Alabama. He also has prior experience handling cases involving unlawful billing practices and hospital liens in individual and class action litigation.

Mr. Metzger graduated from Jones School of Law in Montgomery, Alabama where he was named to the Dean’s List. While in law school, he worked for the law firm Hubbard Coleman and interned with the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Middle District of Alabama. He also spent a summer volunteering for the Mobile Volunteer Lawyers Program, and served as the treasurer and senator of the school’s Phi Alpha Delta law fraternity.

Before attending law school, Mr. Metzger grew up in Mobile where he attended St. Paul’s Episcopal School. Upon graduation, he attended Millsaps College in Jackson, Mississippi where he was selected to the Beta Alpha Psi honor society. While at Millsaps, he helped the Majors win four conference championships, and earned recognition as a SCAC Honorable Mention and was named to the SCAC Academic Honor Roll.

A J Mcdonald

AJ is originally from Lawrenceville GA. He attended Appalachian State for one year, earning a football scholarship. After transferring, AJ played football at the University of Georgia from 2011-2014, graduating with a degree in sports management. He attended John Marshall law school. He was a prosecutor in Fulton County, GA from 2019-2020. He then opened up his own criminal defense firm, before finally coming to Shunnarah Injury Trail Lawyers. AJ has two nephews.

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