Southwestern Law School, J.D. 1987
Indiana University, B.A., 1984
State Bar of California, 1987
South Bend, Indiana
John M. Caron is an experienced litigation attorney who has been representing
clients in toxic tort, products liability, and professional liability
matters since 1987. Mr. Caron is tenacious, determined, and genuinely
concerned for his clients.
Mr. Caron graduated from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana in
1984, completing his undergraduate curriculum in three years. From 1985
to 1987, Mr. Caron attended Southwestern University School of Law located
in Los Angeles, California. As part of an accelerated program emphasizing
application of legal theories to practical skills which accepts less than
50 students per year (Southwestern's Conceptual Approach to Legal
Education Program, or S.C.A.L.E.), Mr. Caron was able to complete his
law degree in just two years. Mr. Caron also served as an editor for Southwestern's
Mr. Caron began his legal career working at a large Los Angeles defense
law firm where he became one of the firm's youngest partners at age
28. In his work defending clients in products liability and professional
liability matters, Mr. Caron succeeded in consistently obtaining outstanding
results through trial, arbitration, and mediation.
Mr. Caron joined the Law Office of
Roger G. Worthington in 2005 where he concentrated his practice on the representation toxic
tort victims. He became a partner with the firm in 2007. The in-depth,
behind-the-scenes understanding of how insurance companies evaluate and
settle tort cases which Mr. Caron gained as a defense attorney has proven
invaluable to the firm's representation of toxic tort clients.
Mr. Caron is a frequent speaker and contributor to Veterans and Union
meetings where he seeks to advance awareness of asbestos disease and the
rights of affected families. Mr. Caron is also devoted to the cause of
raising funds to find a cure for asbestos cancers.
Known for his energy, insight and dedication to his clients, Mr. Caron
is uniquely qualified to help toxic tort victims obtain the compensation