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.

M Ross Huffstutler

I was involved in an auto accident which left me with permanent injuries due to a distracted driver. My dissatisfaction with the legal service I received is what led to me wanting to practice personal injury law. That way I could provide those who were in my prior position much better service. I feel fortunate to be in a position to help others and enjoy what I do. I’m always motivated to find the solution for any problem, never taking no for an answer. That’s the drive to get the possible result for my client.  I’m very proud of the work I do. In my free time I spend time with my beautiful wife and daughter. We support multiple charities including Mended hearts affiliated with Children’s Hospital and Ronald McDonalds House. I’m also an avid outdoorsman. I enjoy hunting and fishing.

Anthony Shunnarah

I was born in Birmingham, Alabama where I graduated high school and attended college at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. From there I went on to law school at Birmingham School of Law. After graduating and taking the bar exam, I moved to south Alabama where I started practicing law. My background in sociology motivated me to want to help individuals who have been adversely affected by trauma in their life such as a car collision, fall, product injury, work injury or even a tragic death in the family. I try and keep my motivation alive through the everyday conversations and experiences I have with my clients, fellow lawyers and judges throughout the State of Alabama. I’ve been able to secure settlements of up to $700,000 for my clients. Out of the courtroom, I enjoy fishing and spending time with friends and family.

D Micheal Elkins

Like many personal injury lawyers, I cut my teeth working for the insurance companies but soon found that much preferred working for the other side and have worked representing the injured exclusively since 1988. I see myself as a problem solver. Each client’s case may have several problems, my job is to work until all of those problems are solved. I have always been an argumentative sort of guy. Considering that I spend most of my workdays arguing with insurance companies over my clients’ claims, this personality trait serves me well. There is no better feeling than bringing someone over to my way of thinking, be it an insurance adjuster, a defense attorney, a judge or a jury. The best recognition to me is the fact that so many former clients have returned to me and have sent their family members and friends my way. My hobbies include a love of popular music that I developed at an early age and am still an avid collector, and genealogy research. I have traced my ancestry in this country back to the 1600s and have almost 50,000 people in my family tree.

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