Childers & McCain is a client-focused law practice. Meeting the needs of our clients is our first concern. We encourage our clients to turn their legal worries over to us, so they can focus on their lives and their work. At no cost to you, our lawyers travel anywhere in Georgia to meet with injury victims and their families, or we can set up a free evaluation in our offices, here in Macon, Georgia. We help families and small businesses across the entire state of Georgia.
Christy Crowe Childers is a magna cum laude graduate of the Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law, where she was a member of the Mercer Law Review and the Mercer Moot Court team. She received the George Waldo Woodruff Award of Excellence for graduating first in her law school class. She is currently the President-Elect of the Macon Bar Association, the Co-editor of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association Trial Practice Manual, and the President of the Middle GA Chapter of the Georgia Association of Women Lawyers.
Ms. Childers has tried cases to verdict in courts throughout Middle Georgia. She has helped clients appeal and defend against appeals to both the Georgia Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of Georgia, has experience in a wide range of practice areas, and has assisted clients in both simple and highly complex litigation matters.
Originally from Sylvester, Georgia, Ms. Childers has lived in Macon, Georgia for over ten years. In her spare time, Ms. Childers enjoys traveling with her family and friends.
Christy is a member of the State Bar of Georgia and has been admitted to all Superior Courts of Georgia, the Georgia Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court of Georgia, the United States District Court for the Middle District of Georgia and the Northern District of Georgia. She is a member of the State Bar of Georgia, the Macon Bar Association, the William Augustus Bootle Inn of Court, and Career Women’s Network.
David H. McCain is a Macon native with an accounting degree from the University of Georgia. During each of his three years in law school, David was elected by his fellow students to serve as a justice on the law school’s Honor Court, and he served as the Chief Justice in his final year. After graduating cum laude from the Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law, David focused his practice on helping seriously injured clients in catastrophic personal injury, wrongful death, workers’ compensation and premises liability cases, and has successfully represented clients in bad faith actions against major insurance companies.
David has assisted clients in appeals before the Georgia Court of Appeals, and has argued before the Supreme Court of Georgia.
David and his wife, Elizabeth, are members of Christ Episcopal Church. During their spare time, David and Elizabeth enjoy traveling, playing tennis, hiking, and visiting with family and friends.
Hannah H. Gabriel is a native of Athens, Georgia, where she earned both her undergraduate in Spanish and J.D. from the University of Georgia. For her first year of law school, Hannah attended the Mercer University Walter F. George School of Law, where she earned four CALI Excellence for the Future Awards (highest grade in class), the Faculty Award for Outstanding Achievement in Legal Writing, as well as an invitation to the Mercer Law Review. After such success, Hannah transferred to the University of Georgia School of Law for her remaining two years of law school, where she served as an Articles Editor on the Georgia Law Review and volunteered her legal services through the UGA Public Interest Law Practicum and Business Law Clinic.
After graduating cum laude from the University of Georgia School of Law, Hannah became a member of both the Georgia and North Carolina Bars. Her practice is focused on helping injured individuals and their families obtain relief and justice following catastrophic accidents such as car wrecks and falls.
Hannah also enjoys giving back to the Macon community. She is a member of the Champions for Children Committee, a group dedicated to supporting the Beverly Knight Olson Children’s Hospital at Navicent Health. She also serves as a member of the Festival of Trees Committee at the Museum of Arts and Sciences.