Claimed Lawyer ProfileQ&A
Georgia workers' compensation attorney with experience defending insurance companies and employers now representing injured workers and veterans.
- Workers' Compensation
- Personal Injury
Additional Practice Areas
- Veterans Disability
- Car Accidents
- Free Consultation
- Contingent Fees
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
- English: Spoken, Written
- Korean: Spoken
- Spanish: Spoken, Written
- founding partner
- Moebes Law, LLC
- - Current
- Georgia State University College of Law
- J.D. (2003)
- University of Alabama - Tuscaloosa
- B.S. | Commerce and Business Administration
- Georgia State Bar
- - Current
Websites & Blogs
- Firm Website
- Moebes Law
- What happens when my workers’ compensation doctor says I’m at MMI (maximum medical improvement) in Georgia?
17 October 2020
- What if my physical injury at work is causing anxiety and depression?
5 October 2020
- Atlanta workers’ compensation clients often ask, “How can I tell if my injury is work-related?”
3 October 2020
16 Questions Answered
- Q. My workmans comp claim was approved. The med bill's kept coming in, now there are collection agency letters.
- A: Hiring an attorney and file a hearing request to get these medical bills paid if they are related to your compensable injury at work.
- Q. Can I change my demand value before mediation
- A: Yes but it’s tacky and will likely frustrate the other side.
- Q. After having an FCE and have permanent restrictions can you still have a 0 impairment rating?
- A: It doesn't seem fair, but if an insurer-leaning therapist gave the FCE (or an insurer-leaning doctor who's reviewing the FCE and assigning the rating), he/she may very well assign a 0% rating, yes.
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