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About Me

My Law Practice is almost exclusively Workers' Compensation Defense, and I now concentrate on Defending Employers without Insurance.  I have been practicing Workers' Compensation since 1992, and have been a Certified Specialist in the field since 1998. I can accept Uninsured Employers/LC 132a Discrimination matters on either Hourly or Fixed Fee basis, depending on the Client's preference.


Languages Spoken: English, Spanish

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Practice Areas

  1. Workers Compensation: 100%
    24 years



Hourly ($200-400/hour), Fixed (Sometimes), Retainer (Sometimes)

Payment Types:

Cash, Check, Credit Card

Attorney Endorsements

24 total 

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    George is a very genuine and personable attorney who cares not just about the case and the involved issues, but the people whom he represents and serves as his clients. He is not pretentious, works hard, and is trustworthy.


    Henry Hsu
    Relationship: Friend

  • Amy Marie Marron

    I endorse this lawyer. I have worked with George on several matters as Co-Counsel / Opposing Counsel, and he is a worthy opponent. George is very bright, confident, competent and a tough lawyer. Any employer would be lucky to have him represent them!! He does not make it easy on his opponents, but he will be honest and truthful in his dealings. The best case results occur when both parties know what a case is potentially worth, and George does. I would highly recommend him!


    Amy Marron Workers Compensation Attorney
    Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community

Contact Info

Law Offices of George E. Corson IV

(Mailing Address)
PO Box 549
Orange, CA, 92856-6549

Law Offices Of George E. Corson IV

(Physical Address)
2140 W. Chapman Ave. #123
Orange, CA, 92868



CANot eligible to practice law (Not Entitled)199105/25/2015

Professional Misconduct

This lawyer was disciplined by a state licensing authority.

  1. Discipline with actual suspension
    issued in CA, 2014


    This sanction means the attorney lost his or her license to practice law for a period of time. The attorney typically returns to practicing law when the suspension expires.

    George’s comment: “Co-Counsel wanted a 35% Fee from the WCAB for Employer Liability (First Party). I told her that only 15% would be awarded, but she did not believe me. I changed the 35% Fee to 15% (after notice) to get the document approved, which was ultimately awarded. The Civil Attorney received the entire awarded 15% fee, but made the State Bar Complaint. I was found to have altered the document without her permission, after WC witnesses confirmed a 35% fee was impossible, and I received no benefit.”

Avvo Contributions
Legal Answers
Award NameGrantorDate Granted
Top ContributorAVVO2013
#1 on Workers' Compensation Leader BoardAVVO2013
Approved DWC ArbitratorDepartment of Industrial Relations2012
Top ContributorAVVO2012
#1 on Workers' Compensation Leader BoardAVVO2012
Certified Specialist - Workers' Compensation LawState Bar of California1998
Honors in Criminal JusticeUniversity of Maryland1985

Work Experience
TitleCompany NameDuration
OwnerLaw Offices of George E. Corson IV2010 - Present
PartnerBredfeldt, Corson & Odukoya, LLP1999 - 2010
Adjunct ProfessorSanta Ana College1994 - Present

Association NamePosition NameDuration
State Bar of California, Labor and Employment Law SectionMember2011 - Present
State Bar of California, Solo and Small Firm SectionMember2010 - Present
State Bar of California, Workers Compensation SectionMember1992 - Present

Legal Cases
Case NameOutcome
Lisa FowlerDefense Verdict
Gabe VanleeuwenDefense Verdict
Darrin WineDefense Verdict

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Publication NameTitleDate
Apple App StoreMy Comp Tool2015

School NameMajorDegreeGraduated
Western State Univ COLLawJD - Juris Doctor1991
University of Maryland, College ParkCriminal JusticeBA1988

Speaking Engagements
Conference NameTitleDate
ABA Paralegal ProgramWorkers' Compensation for Paralegals2008
ABA Paralegal ProgramWorkers' Compensation for Paralegals2007