Sarah Stottlemyer graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 2001 and went on to law school at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio. After graduating in 2004, she received a fellowship at the Carter Center for International Peace and also began working as a Special Assistant Attorney General at the Fulton County Juvenile Court prosecuting child deprivation cases. She then worked at two large firms for several years representing insurance companies in workers’ compensation claims.
Sarah has seen firsthand time and time again how insurance companies often unfairly treat those who have injured themselves while only trying to provide for their families. With over 10 years experience in workers’ compensation, she brings that knowledge to each claim she handles and makes certain that her Clients won’t be treated that way. Sarah is a strong trial lawyer and has successfully handled countless workers’ compensation claims at the trial level as well as all appellate levels.
Sarah serves on the Board of Directors for the Georgia Workers’ Compensation Claimant’s section of the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, the Board of Directors for the Workers’ Compensation Section of the Atlanta Bar Association, the Executive Committee for the Georgia Injured Workers’ Advocates, and the Board of Directors of WILG.
- American Association for Justice, 2014-Present-Attorney Member
- Georgia Trial Lawyers Association,2012-Present
- Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, Workers Compensation Section, 2012-Present-Board of Directors
- Atlanta Bar Association, 2011-Present
- State Bar of Georgia, Workers’ Compensation Law Section, 2007-Present
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