Pursuing workers’ compensation benefits can be a complicated process. Even if you have a good relationship with your employer, you cannot be sure they have a full understanding of your rights under the law. Neither can you be sure that their insurance company will offer you every benefit you deserve. You need someone who knows the law and has experience dealing with employers and insurance companies to help you obtain maximum compensation.
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Marco A. Corales is an Atlanta attorney that specializes in protecting the rights of those accused of crimes and fighting to recover damages for people who have been injured in accidents. A native of Miami, Florida, he graduated cum laude from Florida International University before attending the Wake Forest University School of Law in North Carolina. At Wake Forest, in addition to his core legal studies, he gained valuable practical experience by interning for the Forsyth County Chief District Court Judge and the District Attorney’s Office. He graduated with a Juris Doctor degree in 2005, earning the North Carolina Advocates for Justice Award for excellence in trial practice.
After graduation, Marco began working as a criminal defense attorney for the DeKalb County Public Defender’s Office, where he successfully handled misdemeanor and felony cases of all types, including traffic, DUI, robbery, drug crimes, domestic violence, sex crimes and homicide. In addition to skilled trial work, Marco resolved several cases by winning crucial evidence suppression hearings, which led to many of these cases being dismissed outright. His attention to detail and zealous advocacy also served his clients well in negotiations with prosecutors, where many cases were resolved with either reduced charges or pretrial agreements that led to dismissals.
In 2008, Marco left the Public Defender’s Office to put his legal talents to work for the greater Atlanta area, and started Corales & Woody, LLC, a firm dedicated to the zealous representation of clients with a variety of legal needs. While the firm is based in Atlanta, Marco actively serves all Georgia counties. He is admitted to practice in the Georgia courts at all levels, from Municipal and State Courts to the Supreme Court of Georgia, as well as the Federal District Court. Marco is a member of the Georgia Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and has lectured about criminal law at local Atlanta Colleges. In addition, being fluent in Spanish, he has hosted a weekly call-in show on Spanish-language radio where he answers legal questions for the public.
Nathan Woody specializes in representing injured workers and those injured in accidents in Georgia. Respected by opponents and peers alike, his only goal is to fight for his clients in a way that is effective, efficient, and professional. Whether filing a claim, arguing in court, or negotiating a settlement agreement, Nathan’s focus is on answering his clients’ questions, zealously representing their interests, and helping guide his clients toward a recovery and an improvement of their lives.
Nathan graduated cum laude from the University of South Carolina before earning his Juris Doctor degree from Georgia State University. After graduation, Nathan spent several years representing employers and insurance companies in worker’s compensation cases, developing an impressive expertise in this area of law. In addition, this experience gave him a deep knowledge of how employers and insurance companies view and handle these types of cases; knowledge that he now uses to successfully represent injured workers and maximize their benefits and recoveries. If you want to meet with Nathan to discuss your case, there is no fee for a consultation regarding your work injury. In fact, there are no fees at all until you receive your compensation.
Nathan is a frequent presenter at professional education programs for law schools and industry seminars. He is an active member of the Georgia and Atlanta Bar Associations and a volunteer with the Kids’ Chance Scholarship Program of Georgia, benefiting the children of parents who are killed on the job. He is admitted to practice in the State of Georgia and the Federal Districts of Northern and Middle Georgia and Northern Florida.