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 lack of experience with general aviation or a failure to serve in the armed forces.
So, I’ve created a new phonetic alphabet for spelling my last name that’s more befitting my proud profession:
M as in Major Surgery
O as in Occupational Illness
E as in Exemplary Damages
B as in Burns over 25% of the Body
E as in Emotional Distress
S as in Severe Sciatica
Now that you can spell Moebes Law, feel free to refer us to your friends and neighbors who have been injured at work in Georgia.