Mr. Cain has been lead and co-lead counsel in numerous cases with multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements. His practice areas include eighteen-wheeler trucking accidents, automobile accidents, fires and explosions, product defects/failures, industrial accidents, medical malpractice, insurance fraud/bad faith, and injuries invoking admiralty and maritime law.
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Recognition & Awards
- Certified Civil Trial Specialist, National Board of Trial Advocacy
- Member, American Board of Trial Advocates
- Admitted to practice in all Alabama state and federal courts, the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court
- Benchmark Plaintiff named him a "Litigation Star" in its national rankings of personal injury attorneys and for Alabama (2013-present)
- Listed in Benchmark Litigation as a "Litigation Star" in its Alabama rankings of personal injury attorneys (2016)
- Benchmark Litigation named him a "Future Star" in its rankings of Alabama attorneys (2014-2015)
- Listed in Best Lawyers in America® (2013-present)
- Listed in Super Lawyers magazine as one of the top plaintiff attorneys in Alabama (2013-present)
- Listed in Super Lawyers magazine as one of Alabama's Rising Stars (2010-2012)
- Recognized by The National Trial Lawyers as a "Top 100 Trial Lawyer"
- Recognized as one of Mobile's "Forty Under 40" (2010)
- AV® Preeminent™ 4.9/5.0 Peer Rating
- Hugo Black Scholar
- Selected into the Order of the Coif
- Selected into the Order of the Barristers
- Finalist in the John A. Campbell Moot Court Competition, receiving the Reuben H. Wright award for best advocate
- Listed in Chambers USA
Krantz v. A.O. Smith | Baldwin County, Alabama | Case No. CB-05-794 — Cunningham Bounds obtained a $50 million verdict for the family of a man who suffered severe burns and died four days later after a natural-gas water heater exploded while he was trying to light the pilot light.
Pettaway v. Coastal Anesthesia, P.C., et al. | Mobile County, Alabama | Case No. CV-07-901577 — The attorneys of Cunningham Bounds achieved a $20 million jury verdict for family of woman who died after her anesthesia care team failed to follow the accepted standards of care in administering her anesthesia.
Tyler v. Mobile Infirmary Association | Mobile County, Alabama Circuit Court | Civil Action No. CV-00-2202 — Cunningham Bounds obtained a $5.5 million verdict for the estate of a woman who died of acute mesenteric ischemia due to the failure of the hospital staff to accurately monitor and report the patient's condition to treating doctors.