|GA||Active Member in Good Standing||1981||03/25/2017|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Best Lawyers in America||Best Lawyers in America||2009|
|Georgia Super Lawyer||Atlanta Magazine||2009|
|Best Lawyers in America||Best Lawyers in America||2008|
|Georgia Super Lawyer||Atlanta Magazine||2008|
|Georgia Super Lawyer||Atlanta Magazine||2007|
|Best Lawyers in America||Best Lawyers in America||2007|
|Best Lawyers in America||Best Lawyers in America||2006|
|Georiga Super Lawyer||Atlanta Magazine||2006|
|Best Lawyers in America||Best Lawyers in America||2005|
|Best Lawyers in America||Best Lawyers in America||2004|
|Best Lawyers in America||Best Lawyers in America||2003|
|Owner||Susan J. Sadow, P.C.||1992 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Kids' Chance, Inc.||Member of Board of Directors||2004 - 2009|
|Atlanta Bar Association||Member of Bd. of Directors||2001 - 2002|
|Georgia Trial Lawyers Association||Member||2000 - 2009|
|Georgia Association of Women Lawyers||Member||2000 - 2009|
|Atlanta Bar Association, Continuing Legal Education Committee||Secretary-Treasurer||1999 - 2002|
|Atlanta Bar Association, Continuing Legal Education Committee||Member||1999 - 2002|
|Atlanta Bar Association, Workers' Compensation Section||Chairperson||1998 - 1999|
|Atlanta Bar Association, Workers' Compensation Section||Vice-Chair||1997 - 1998|
|Atlanta Bar Association, Workers' Compensation Section||Secretary-Treasurer||1996 - 1997|
|State Bar of Georgia||Member||1981 - 2009|
|Emory University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1981|
|Tufts University||History and French||BA Magna Cum Laude||1978|
|Workers' Compensation Law Institute||Ethics: Problems and Solutions in Workers' Compensation Cases||2005|
|Workers' Compensation Law Institute||Co-Chairperson||2003|
|Workers' Compensation Law Institute||Workers' Compensation From All Angles||2002|
|Workers' Compensation for the General Practitioner||Common Issues Resolved Through the Hearing||2002|
|GeorgiaSelf-Insurers Association||Claimants' Attorneys: Why I Get the Call!||2001|
|State Bd. of Workers' Compensation Annual Seminar||Legislative/New Case Law Update||1998|
|State Bd. of Workers' Compensation Annual Seminar||Drug and Alcohol Cases/Willful Misconduct||1997|
|Atlanta Claims Association||Learning How to Work with Claimants' Attorneys: How Proper Communication Can Improve Your Effectiveneses and Make Your Job Easier||1997|
|State Bd. of Workers' Compensation Annual Seminar||Hearing Preparation: Preparing Your Client to Win||1995|
Posted by Allen
Wow, where do I start,
First, the workers comp is not setup for the employee, it’s setup for the employer and the insurance company. I had a case that I got hurt at my job at no fault of my own and I was trying to handle it on my own (I am not a big lawyer fan) but was being told by everyone I need a lawyer and was reading about the nightmares people where having dealing with workers comp insurance company as a whole. The insurance company has their own staff of lawyers working for them and I think a room full of bean counters looking for the cheapest way out. So I started the Goggle lawyer search and run across Susan Sadow web site, don’t know why she stood out to me, but I do have a sister name Susan, so I call her office and ask to speak with Susan, the girl on the phone took my name and info and when Susan came on line we talk briefly then set up a meeting, the first thing I notice was Susan made no promises of a big payout, but told me she will watch over my case and work hard for the best outcome as possible.. By this time I had my third surgery and lost arm movement, Susan jump right in and call my adjuster and they agreed that I needed to see another doctor to get a second opinion, Susan then made sure I got into the best doctor available. Then when it came time for me to go in for my FCE Susan made sure I got into the right place. Last was my day with settlement mediation again Susan made sure I had the right mediator.
What Susan is doing is playing a game of chess, with each move she makes she is thinking couple of steps ahead, so at the end game I was standing at the best position possible. In the end I have permanent damage to my shoulder and I was compensated for it.
What you need to do is.
What down any question you have.
Bring in all your paperwork you have from any doctor visits you have gone to.
Keep copies of all future doctor visits and forward them to Susan's office, it's amazing what the doctors office and the case manager forget to forward to your lawyer’s office.
Learn about the WC system..
What you need to know.
You do need a lawyer.
Susan is fast to respond to emails and phone calls.
Susan will work for you.
One very important thing I left out was Susan’s office staff was great, specially Ange she keeps up with emails and phone calls, she even sent a email out on a Sunday, when have you ever hear of a Lawyer's office working on Sunday other than looking for new work.
Allen, Lville GA
Posted by anonymous
Susan and her entire staff are professional, prompt and thorough! I highly recommend her. I would definitely hire her again.
Posted by JG, Store Manager
I can’t thank Susan and her staff enough for helping me get the settlement I needed. When employees are hurt on the job, it usually means the start of a new career choice. This settlement will allow me time to get back on my feet and not lose my shirt. For this my family and I are grateful. Thank you, Susan!
When I called Susan, I had already been treated for a hernia surgery, and my treating physician wanted me to go back to work, ignoring my other injuries. I was going it alone and realized this is not something you can navigate on your own, nor should you. Workers Compensation is a complex system. Your employer has lawyers and Insurance agents sorting it out on their behalf. Why shouldn’t you do the same!
Susan has a great network of medical professionals she has worked with in her practice, that are compassionate and resolute. Susan found me a great match and I was able to receive the care I needed. Susan and her staff, Brandy and Reba are pleasant to work with and they make sure your case is being handled with urgency and care. The best phone call I made! Thank you, Susan!
Moses Kim, Trucking accident Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
I have had the pleasure of working with Susan on several cases. She is a lawyer who holds herself to the highest standards of excellence and is a true, relentless advocate for her clients. I have the upmost respect for her and would not hesitate in fully recommending her to any of my family or my friends. Best of all, she is a great friend and person to be around.