Category: Choosing a Workers’ Comp Lawyer


“The Compulator” app is now available for Android phones

Atlanta injury attorney Michael Moebes has released the well-received Compulator app for Google Android phones this week. Previously, the litigation tool was only available for iPhones and iPads. You can download the ‘Droid version of the Compulator app here. Features include a date calculator that figures the number of weeks between dates; this assists in totaling past due workers’  … Read more

Moebes recognized by Avvo as top Georgia workers’ compensation lawyer

Avvo.com is a website that provides a forum for laypersons to ask questions that qualified  attorneys can answer.  The site also has a rating system based on factors such as experience, expertise, speaking and writing engagements, peer reviews, client reviews, etc.  The highest rating an attorney can receive is a 10.0, and this rating has been  … Read more

What are the differences between Georgia Injury Law, Criminal Law, and Georgia Workers’ Compensation Law?

The law is intimidating and confusing to most normal people (but not me, because I’m exceedingly brilliant). Because I am mostly an awesome guy, I like to help others. Because I love the law, I want you fine people to be as familiar with and comfortable with it as possible. That’s a big part of  … Read more

Moebes named top Georgia Workers’ Compensation Lawyer

  Michael Moebes of Moebes Law, LLC has been named to the Georgia Rising Stars list as one of the top up-and-coming attorneys in Georgia for 2012. Each year, no more than 2.5% of the lawyers in the state receive this honor. The selection for this respected list is made by the research team at Super Lawyers. Super Lawyers, a  … Read more

Atlanta workers’ compensation lawyer introduces “The Compulator” app

Unable to find an itunes application that will assist with evaluating exposure in a workers’ compensation claim, Atlanta workers’ compensation attorney Michael Moebes created an app to do just that. “The Compulator” was designed to serve as a tool for litigation attorneys, insurance adjusters, and injured plaintiffs to analyze case exposure and negotiate settlements at mediations. Features include a  … Read more

Why does my injury lawyer look like a NASCAR driver?

During the month of November, Atlanta injury attorney Michael Moebes is participating in “Movember,” a charitable event in which men use the outward sign of growing mustaches to raise awareness and money for the eradication of cancers affecting men. The funds raised are directed to programs run directly by Movember and its men’s health partners,  … Read more

Atlanta Injury Lawyer Featured in Upcoming Law Book

We are pleased to announce that Atlanta injury lawyer Michael Moebes was featured as a profiled attorney in Carolyn Elefant’s new book: Solo by Choice – The Companion Guide: 34 Questions that could Transform Your Legal Career. The book will be released next month, but as contributors, our firm received an advance copy, along with an index of our  … Read more

How to Spell the Name of an Outstanding Workers’ Compensation Attorney

I’m frequently asked to spell my name over the telephone with new workers’ compensation clients, opposing attorneys, and insurance adjusters. Because of my 14-year military background, this question normally leads me into my default method of phonetic spelling:  Mike, Oscar, Echo, Bravo, Echo, Sierra. However, the letters are often lost on the listener, either from a  … Read more

What does it mean when my workers’ compensation lawyer files a lien on my case?

If you read your workers’ comp lawyer’s fee contract carefully, there’s probably a provision in there about what happens if you fire your attorney. Usually, the attorney will file a WC-108b with attached documentation outlining the number of hours spent on your claim and the administrative expenses incurred. The fee contract should lay out an hourly fee in case  … Read more