An award-winning Atlanta workers’ compensation attorney
Benjamin Gerber is an experienced trial lawyer focusing his practice on helping those who have been injured on the job. He is also a founding partner of Gerber & Holder.
Ben graduated cum laude from the University of Georgia, where he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science. He earned his Juris Doctor degree from George Washington University Law School. While in law school, it was at the Consumer Affairs Clinic where he first began helping individuals stand up to big corporations. He also had legal internships at the Department of Justice and the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.
Ben moved back to Georgia in 2001 and began his career working for insurance defense firms. He learned what the strategies and motivations of insurance companies were while trying cases on their behalf. In 2004, he was recruited to a firm that represented plaintiffs in personal injury and workers’ compensation cases.
Ben started his own Atlanta-based law firm in 2010, determined to provide superior representation for those who were injured on the job and required assistance in navigating the complex Georgia workers’ compensation system. In 2012, he expanded his practice and opened a second office in Athens, GA.
Ben has now joined forces with well-respected Atlanta workers’ compensation lawyer Tom Holder to give clients the best possible legal representation in their work injury case.
Ben has proved his expertise and skill time and time again. He has achieved the highest attorney rating of 10.0/10.0 Superb from Avvo. In addition, he has been named to the list of Rising Stars by Georgia Super Lawyers Magazine for 5 consecutive years, an honor reserved for less than 3% of the qualifying attorneys in the state.
Ben is also an active member of the Georgia Workers’ Compensation Claimant’s Lawyers (WCCL) board, Georgia Trial Lawyers Association, and the Atlanta Bar Association. He is also a Junior Board Member for the Atlanta Volunteer Lawyers Foundation.
Ben is husband and proud father of three children. He is active in coaching his children in youth league sports.
Listen to Ben on the Radio
Workers’ compensation attorney Benjamin Y. Gerber recently appeared as a guest on the radio show Atlanta Legal Experts. He appeared at the invitation of the host, Emily Rowell, and discussed a variety of issues related to workers’ compensation claims. Click the play button below to listen to what Ben had to say to thousands of radio listeners.
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Fill out a contact form or give us a call and we’ll be in touch with you shortly to get more details about your case. The Georgia statute of limitations requires injured workers to file a workers’ compensation claim within 1 year from date of injury (not 2 years like most other personal injury claims). After this period, your chance to receive financial reimbursement may expire. Even waiting a month to file a claim could seriously impact your benefits.