John D. Rogers, Jr. is Of Counsel with Cruser Mitchell, and has been practicing since 1994. He graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and obtained his Juris Doctorate at Emory University. John has practiced in Administrative, State, and Federal Courts throughout Georgia.
John specializes in complex litigation including medical malpractice, product defect and professional E/O matters and has significant jury trial experience. John’s work in medical malpractice includes representing doctors, nurses, hospitals, nursing homes, long term care facilities and other providers in a wide variety of claims, including misdiagnosis, medication errors, surgical errors, nursing supervision, and improper wound care.
Emory University School of Law
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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100% of Practice Devoted to Litigation
State of Georgia
US District Court, Southern District
US District Court, Northern District
US District Court, Middle District
11th Circuit Court of Appeals
Georgia Court of Appeals
Georgia Supreme Court
- Represented a periodontist in one-week trial involving allegations of malpractice involving use of controversial anesthetic agent and injection technique resulting in permanent nerve injury. Defense verdict awarded by jury.
- Represented a general dentist and her practice involving damage and eventual extraction of tooth adjacent to operative tooth. Defense verdict awarded by jury.
- Representation of dozens of health professionals including physicians, physical therapists, chiropractors, dentists, etc. before Georgia Licensure Boards; no client has had license suspended or revoked.
- Represented Fortune 500 retailer in one-week trial involving claims of sexual discrimination and retaliation. Defense verdict awarded by jury.
- Represented retailer in federal court jury trial involving false arrest/imprisonment of a 14-year-old store patron. Defense verdict awarded.
- Represented local construction company in case brought alleging respondeat superior for the actions of an employee involved in a vehicular/pedestrian collision with over $1,000,000.00 in medical special damages. Motion for Summary Judgment granted and upheld by the Georgia Court of Appeals.