The personal injury trial lawyers at Reynolds, Horne & Survant have fought to obtain compensation for victims of auto accidents, medical malpractice, products liability, workers’ compensation and other incidents of negligent or careless injury for over thirty years. We are proud of our record of successfully representing people in the Macon, Georgia area and throughout the southeastern United States including Alabama, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.
The right of all American citizens to a trial by jury is perhaps the most important entitlement afforded under our nation’s Constitution. Jury trials are the means by which individual rights are defended from encroachment, and positive social change is implemented. Civil jury verdicts force individuals, powerful corporations, and even the government to be held accountable for their actions in the form of monetary damages, protecting the individual rights that our democracy deems essential to the essence of liberty.
The judicial climate in Georgia is threatening access to quality medical care and general business conditions in the state. Reynolds, Horne & Survant Law Firm is especially interested in the issue of tort reform. Tort reform is not just a doctors’ issue here. Please see our web page on Tort Reform.
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O. WENDELL HORNE, III was born in Cordele, Georgia on August 20, 1954. He graduated cum laude from the University of Georgia in 1976 with a bachelor’s degree in business, and he received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Georgia in 1979.
PROFESSIONAL: Mr. Horne is a member of the Macon Bar Association, State Bar of Georgia, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, Middle Georgia Trial Lawyers Association and American Association for Justice. Mr. Horne serves as Co-Chair of the Law Political Action Committee.
Kate R. Kirbo joined Reynolds, Horne & Survant in 2016 after clerking with the firm during law school. Kate was born and raised in Macon, Georgia where she graduated from Stratford Academy in 2007 before attending college at the University of Georgia. Kate graduated from UGA in 2011 with a B.A. in English Literature and Writing. She then went on to receive her Masters degree from the University of Georgia in English Education in 2013, during which time she taught 9th grade English at Clarke Central High School in Athens, Georgia. While at the University of Georgia, Kate was a recipient of the HOPE scholarship. After graduating from UGA, Kate attended law school at the Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law here in Macon.
Following her graduation from law school in May of 2016, Kate came to work with Reynolds, Horne & Survant fighting to protect the rights of her clients who have suffered damages as a result of injuries caused by the negligence of others. Kate’s focus is on complex civil litigation involving injuries caused by the negligence of others arising from automobile accidents, tractor trailer accidents, on the job injuries, as well as premises and products liability actions.
W. CARL REYNOLDS was born in Atlanta, Georgia and reared in Cordele, Georgia. He attended the University of Georgia for two years, took his B.A. degree from Mercer University, and holds an M.B.A. degree from Georgia College. He received his Juris Doctor degree from Mercer University in 1966. Mr. Reynolds had received a United States Army commission in 1964, but his military duty was deferred while he completed law school. Upon graduation in 1966 he reported for active duty as a first lieutenant in the infantry division and served until the end of 1968. When he returned from active duty, he was admitted to the Georgia and Florida Bars in 1969.
PROFESSIONAL: Mr. Reynolds is admitted to the Georgia and Florida Bars, is a member of the Macon and American Bar Associations, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association (Life Member, Past Vice President), American Association for Justice, American Judicature Society, and is senior partner in the firm of Reynolds, Horne & Survant, with its main office in Macon, Georgia. Georgia trial lawyers voted him “Georgia Trial Lawyer of the Year” in 1999 through the American Board of Trial Advocates. Mr. Reynolds holds an AV rating with Martindale-Hubbell, and has been listed in Martindale-Hubbell’s Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers from 1991 through 2002.
Mr. Reynolds has served as a guest speaker at many continuing legal education and organizational functions. In recent years, his speaking engagements have included such topics as punitive damages, trial preparation techniques, and case evaluation strategies.
PRACTICE: From 1970 forward Mr. Reynolds has engaged primarily in representing plaintiffs in civil litigation.
Over the last ten years, Mr. Reynolds has continued an active trial practice as a civil litigator, but has narrowed the scope of that practice significantly. His practice is now limited to medical negligence, products liability (injuries caused by unsafe or defective products), personal injury and wrongful death litigation (lawsuits to recover money for accidents leading to serious injury or death), and he has developed a national reputation for excellence in these areas. During the last fifteen years, he has achieved verdicts and settlements in excess of $135,000,000.00 on behalf of his clients.
BRADLEY J. SURVANT was born in Saginaw, Michigan on July 29, 1961. He attended Valdosta State College where he received a bachelor’s degree in 1983 and was a member of Alpha Lamda Delta and Sigma Alpha Chi honor societies. In 1986, Mr. Survant received his Juris Doctor degree, cum laude, from Walter F. George School of Law at Mercer University where he was a member of the Mercer Law Review and served on the Managing Editorial Staff from 1984 to 1986. He co-authored “United States v. Leon: The Long-Awaited Good Faith Exception Has Finally Arrived”, 36 Mercer Law Review 757, (1985). Mr. Survant was a Merit Scholar from 1984 through 1986.
PROFESSIONAL: Mr. Survant is a member of the Macon and American Bar Associations and the State Bar of Georgia, as well as the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, Middle Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, Southern Trial Lawyers Association, and American Association for Justice. Mr. Survant serves as a volunteer in many area organizations, including the American Cancer Society, American Red Cross, Georgia Civil Justice Foundation, Walter F. George School of Law, Georgia State High School Mock Trial, and the Central Georgia Legal Assistant Association.