Michael R. Moebes - Stewart, Seay & Felton Law Firm

Of Counsel

michael-moebesMichael R. Moebes is Of Counsel at Stewart, Seay & Felton Trial Attorneys, a personal injury litigation and workers’ comp law firm. He leads the Workers’ Compensation Department and is the lead attorney for all of the firm’s workers’ compensation cases.

Michael has been named a “Rising Star” by the Georgia “Super Lawyers” organization, an honor only given to 2.5% of attorneys in their practice field as voted upon by their peers. He has also been named among the “Legal Elite” by Georgia Trend magazine. He has lectured at the Georgia Trial Lawyers annual convention, the “Fundamentals of Law Practice” course at Georgia State University College of Law, and the “National Return to Work Week” radio show.

Before joining Stewart, Seay, and Felton, Michael founded Moebes Law, LLC and has passionately represented the injured ever since. He has fought and recovered millions of dollars for his clients. He has also won the right to countless medical procedures in the course of his representation of injured workers and veterans. He is active in the National Organization for Veterans’ Advocates, the Workers Injury Law and Advocacy Group, and numerous local and national bar organizations.

Michael began his professional career as a client representative with IBM before resigning to attend law school at Georgia State University. He spent three years representing employers and insurers at the insurance defense law firm of Drew, Eckl & Farnham before joining the legal team at Liberty Mutual Insurance Company for two years. These five years taught him how insurers evaluate injury claims in terms of validity and financial exposure in addition to teaching him about the nuances of practicing injury.

When not practicing law, Lieutenant Colonel Moebes serves as a Medical Service Corps officer with the U.S. Air Force Reserves. He has deployed three times in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom: twice to Balad Air Base, Iraq and once to Andrews AFB, Maryland. In the course of his decorated military service, he has facilitated the aeromedical evacuation of thousands of wounded warriors, and he participated in the Jessica Lynch rescue mission in 2003.